I don’t know where “men” got it into their heads that they were a wealth of valuable knowledge, just waiting to be imparted to you, but it’s been something that’s been going on in since the dawn of human speech. While the grunts have become more coherent, they haven’t become any more useful.
Sheila Heti, one of the many authorial patron saints of Williamsburg, said it best in her book, How Should A Person Be?: “He was just another man who wanted to teach me something.” Perhaps “men” need a gentle reminder that, shocking as it may be, the female brain is indeed capable of making informed decisions without unsolicited male input. So unless asked, keep your opinions (and your nub dick) to yourself.