No one is entitled to receive sexual favours from their partner in a relationship within a certain amount of time *anyway*. The woman doesn’t even need a reason that she has traumatic baggage. No means no. He attempts to justify that the man is entitled to expect sexual favours from his partner simply because “he’s 30 years old; he’s not a virgin.” In other words, since he enjoys sex and is used to it from past relationships, she better give it to him or else he has the right to be pushy and coerce.He gaslights the woman by telling her that when choosing to enter a relationship, she should expect that men are sex-crazed beasts and to not keep them waiting too long otherwise it’s her fault if man gets antsy or angry.He then gaslights the woman again by telling her because she isn’t seeing a therapist, her trauma is null and void. These two ideas have no related connection whatsoever unless he’s making the point that woman must submit to sexual coercion from their partners unless they’re seeing a therapist, which is obviously absurd. This also can be considered classist; it assumes she has the means to even see one. I feel assaulted after listening to his creepy and scary reasoning.