It is all in the setup, in my opinion, If you set up properly, you can let the truck back to a point without turning the wheel, Notice I said to a point, Minor adjustments are needed after that. Funny thing is, when I have to back between 2 trucks, I have no problem but if I have say 4 open spaces around me, I'll be all kinds of crooked lol.
I saw a woman back into a spot with a sleeper, between 2 trucks, blind side and she got it in 1 shot. I been driving 17 years and still won't attempt that, So in essence, it's not the fact of being a woman, it is if you can handle the vehicle you are driving.
Bought a steering knob, many many miles ago. Have the same one on my last 4 units. For me? Sure reduced the stress level. Mine is a small little black 8 ball. Pretty much wore out now, the 8 ball that is.
I can see the million milers plus chuckling this morning. Hey Guys I had to do something. Worked like training wheels for me. Just sayin.
Small movements, holding the bottom of steering wheel and moving hands in the direction I wanted the trailer to go with small corrections helped me do a solid off set backing today. Starting to make sense for me.