If you can't tell, I'm not a fan of sexual pleasure. I don't want to make you feel better, and in a way, I don't think you can feel any different. But I do think it is important for everyone to have something to do to help them achieve sex-positive orgasm.
The Sex Power Index is not meant to be a substitute for medical advice. There are other great sources for the same information. So I want to go back to the question that started the whole series, Why Do You Want to Be Fucked? Why do you want to give yourself the power of pleasure when you don't even know what it is you want? Sex is about pleasure. So what you want, at this point, is for your partner to enjoy your pleasure without you having to give it away.
But you can't have pleasure without power. You can't be satisfied without power. But that doesn't mean that sex should always be about power. And sometimes it might be even less about power than it is about pleasure. You want to be able to enjoy sex without feeling guilty or ashamed. But you don't want to have to give up your pleasure and the power you've built up for something that may not even be pleasurable for you.