Researchers are in disbelief.
A recent study found that in a test group of 200 men, those who identified themselves feminists or "pro-feminism" performed no better or slightly worse than non-feminist counterparts in an oral sex evaluation. The research team was led by Dr. Fabian Landy, who first began tracking the sexual patterns of 200 heterosexual men ages 18-30 in 2015. Over the course of two years, Landy's team conducted confidential exit interviews with each of the men's sexual partners, who were asked a series of questions about sexual, social, and political behaviors. Landy was so astounded by the feedback from female sexual partners about the oral sex quality that he refocused the entire project. "I almost left non-penal forms of sexual activity out of the questionnaire completely. It was just more of a fluff question so the women wouldn't suspect my funding came from big pharma," Landy admitted.
After two years of collecting testimonies, the researchers determined that Redskins fans were just as likely to give competent oral sex as men with a Hillary Clinton bumpersticker. One participant, Lucy M. said, “Joel is great—he even drove a bus of my friends to the Women’s March—but kind of operates his tongue the way I imagine a dead fish moves its body, only inside my vagina.”
"As disappointing and shocking as it is, there is considerable evidence that men with progressive gender values have no consistent advantage over subscription holders to GQ when it comes to oral sex.” The study concluded that men who frequently mentioned the clitoris in pro-feminist contexts were 22% more likely to locate it on a map, but 40% less likely to lick it like they meant it. On the other end of the spectrum, men whose response to the same placement exercise was a shrug or snort, were often reported to perform adequately, if in complete ignorance of the anatomical configuration.