Educate yourself and him- Most women do NOT orgasm from intercourse alone
This has been Known since the 1960's! You Need to Learn How your Own Body works sexually
there are 100's of books on Female Sexuality- I kindly suggest you and your partner Read some
you can start with this article
: the majority of women do NOT reach orgasm through vaginal intercourse alone.
You're not the only one asking, either
. Sadly, more women than not have just never been informed as to how their sexual anatomy works, and that vaginal intercourse is not often "the" sex for women, or a kind of sex which results in orgasm for most all by itself.
Dr. Gail: Women take on average 20 minutes of stimulation and arousal to have an orgasm. Men take quite a bit less. Women also have more variation in what they find to be stimulating as well as having more difficulty defining exactly where and how stimulation works best. Only 20 percent of women are able to orgasm with intercourse alone, most women need some sort of direct clitoral stimulation.
Dr. Drew: Yes, men and women are wired differently, moreover women are wired differently from each other. Many times women will feel as though they are flawed because they are not living up to a certain standard of climaxing. Men make it worse because they generalize what’s needed to make a woman climax. Often men believe women are the same, and once they figure what works for one woman they apply that same method to all the other women they are intimate with, and that’s one of the major problems.
50-60% of women will never have an orgasm via intercourse and will require clitoral stimulation to climax.
30% of women will have a reliable orgasm with intercourse.
10% of women will orgasm with intercourse and could possibly have sequential orgasms.
5% of women have true multiple orgasms only through intercourse and these women typically find oral sex uncomfortable.
It's also important to recognize that there really isn't such a thing as "vaginal" or "clitoral" orgasms.
That terminology was invented mostly by psychologists way back when, before we even had real study on women's sexuality or on human orgasm in general.
orgasms happen primarily in our brains and nervous systems, we simply feel the effects in our whole bodies, including our genitals. Women may arrive at orgasm through clitoral stimulus, but that doesn't make that orgasm clitoral.