My first tidbit of sexual misinformation came in the fourth grade, when Peter Heinz next door told me that babies were conceived in the anus. Even at the time, this seemed confusing, but it wasn't until a whole year later that I discovered his information had been completely erroneous. But perhaps Pete Heinz was a prophet in his way, a seer into the dark trends of the coming century in internet porn.
If modern pornography is a reflection of contemporary society, and I believe that it is, then there's an awful lot of buttsex going on. And by this I mean straight buttsex; gays, of course, must employ buttsex as a means to express their affection - this is one of only two viable pathways in their case. Straights, however, have no such excuse. As a straight man, if you're fortunate enough to have a mate, or at least a woman willing to lie down with you, she comes readily equipped with a magnificent vagina, one of creation's greatest achievements, its labial folds and fleshy contours custom-designed to ensconce the penis. So why do you wanna force your way in the back door, brother?
We have a saying in our home: The butt is for "exegesis only." Exposition, explanation and interpretation. As far as our needs go, it's exclusively an exit, not an entrance. No tongues, fingers or other appendages need traverse there for us to have a satisfying sexual experience.
Straight porn online, based on my personal research, is about 70% or more buttsex. Oh they may start with a little blow job, but they get down to that heiny hole eventually, and it's often treated as the "main event." So what's wrong with the good ol' vagina? Even when taking into account the taboo/degradation aspect, which I understand is a turn-on for some people, the numbers still don't add up. Porn responds to its audience, which, by current trends, is most interested in fucking a woman up the butt, who's in braces or pigtails, who's also been sheared of her wondrous bush (though there's no real action in the front, in most cases.) What the fuck?? What the fuck indeed.
I am not generally known for being a traditionalist, but I feel the need to scream for a return to the appreciation of the vagina as the best possible place for heterosexual lovemaking. If you're really looking for a "tighter grip," then maybe you ought to try men, or, alternatively, politely ask your partner for a handjob.