At a further education course for teachers, in Switzerland, (given by two native speakers of English), someone came up with the question of whether you could say "dislike doing something" and "dislike to do something", just as you can say "like doing something" and "like to do somehting".
The answer was you could not, and that it was a question of usage. Period!/Full stop!
Just learn this by heart and stop asking silly questions!
Will keeping your whys to yourself make you… wise?!