No. The reason is, women vary quite widely in how much time it takes them to reach orgasm (depending on the individual and depending on the type of stimulation they're getting). Some can reach orgasm in a minute or less, some take a few minutes, some take many minutes (upwards of an hour or so), and some just can't seem to reach orgasm no matter what they do. It's perfectly normal for a female to reach orgasm quickly, and she often is able to have multiple orgasms in a sexual session because of how easily she gets there. Males tend to be more consistent in how long it takes them to reach orgasm (again, depending on the individual and the type of stimulation they're getting), usually about 10 to 15 minutes on average I'd say. Some do get there in only a couple minutes, usually those who are in their puberty years or early 20s, and some get there in a matter of seconds because they're so horny and aroused right from the start. That short amount of time is kind of to be expected with a guy who's in his puberty years and can orgasm at the drop of a hat, but when a guy is well into his 20s or older, when he reaches orgasm in seconds (under a minute), that's when it's considered premature ejaculation because at those older ages it's much more expected that he'll be able to last longer.
Of course, if a guy does have premature ejaculation, the way to deal with that is to continue the sexual fun and go for a second orgasm. He can either continue the sexual pleasure without stopping, or he can focus on pleasuring his partner while letting his genitals rest for a bit before starting up again. Either way, his second orgasm will take much longer to reach.