It's hard to separate indoctrination from genuine emotion. We're often told that marriage is the soundest path, that it should be an end aspiration for our lives.
But there's no denying that at 22, I feel a lot of my friend's eyes are bigger than their stomachs.
It's certainly been a long time since I've been with a woman, emotionally and physically.
And I've never had the pleasure of "showing off" a relationship (previous ones being very detached from my main social life, such as at work)
I'm sure, in no small part, the idea of HER being forward is very appealing. As I undeniably have trouble with confidence and romantic interaction.
A nonchalant approach could be a desire of how I wish I was (I.E so confident, that a woman licking my neck is no big deal and I can idly joke with others about it.)