I was wondering whether I should post this discussion here or Bodies section, so if I guessed wrong please, move it or something ^^
Lately I've read a lot of people's opinions, mostly penis owners about their feeling of inferiority when it comes to creating pregnancies, sexual complexity, and social status through the lens of sexuality, reproduction and role in a stereotypical family.
Main concerns are that they feel as mere sperm donors for the process of pregnancy as it takes place in uterus' owners body. Their feeling of glorification of pregnancy and social awe around it and care that is being socially presented for pregnant people. Favoring "mothers" as single parents over "fathers" is another cause of this feeling of inferiority, especially when it's up to decision of court to choose the main parent.
In case of penis owner being a victim of a sexual assault it is much less frowned upon, then when it's vulva owner. Even more so, when that ends up creating a pregnancy.
And lastly when it comes to vulva owning people, there is so much talk every where about sexual health and sexual practices, and it's much harder to stumble upon those type of discussions or articles about penis owning people. There are talks about periods, vaginal infections, vaginal pH, clitoris and it's stimulation, labia, vaginal penetration/masturbation, nipple stimulation, and much more about erogenous zones around neck and so forth.
When it comes to penis owners it's always about the D, and it's just "stroke until you finish" or "penetrate until you finish" ... nothing else. There is barely any talk about other kinds of stimulation, variety of sex toys is tremendously smaller, and there is almost completely nothing about sexual health or practices, or products for that.
All that combined as media/social message can create a big feeling of inferiority for some, in my opinion even more likely when penis owner does feel like stereotypical masculinity fit them well or want to aim for it, or if they don't identify as a man.
What do you think about that? Do you feel like it's justified feeling? Does it have to do only with media and messages, or does it have roots in reality as well? How could it be combated if at all?