There really is only one answer- 6MT
And, let me just say, if anybody does not know how to drive a standard, ask around, find a friend who does, and has one, and bribe them to teach you
Driving a manual can be a total PITA to learn, it can be frustrating as all get out, but believe me, once you get the basics down it just keeps getting easier and easier, and after a while you will find you don't even really think about it, it just becomes second nature. The key here is this, if you want a 6MT, don't let not knowing how to drive a manual stand in your way, simply find a way to learn how to do it. Learning how to do the basics is not that hard. The hard part comes with nothing more than experience, and that's learning how to rev match and perform flawless heel toe downshifts, that just comes in time...
The very 1st thing I started to drive when I was 13 was the farm truck, a 1953 Chevy Pickup, and my 1st car was a '64 Ford Falcon, with what we called back then, a three-in-the-tree, it was a manual 3-speed, and the shifter was on the steering column, it really was a blast