Our expert says:
It does sound like you are fortunate in experiencing an orgasm every time before, about 70% of women don't! My approach for both men and women is to try to remove the goal-oriented approach from sex (i.e. that it's always about orgasm) as this places a great deal of pressure on and the sexual response does not always withstand this... The closeness and intimacy involved can be hightly rewarding too, but I agree that orgasm is a great outcome. It just feels a little demanding to say that you 'deserve it' - this could be quite intimidating and pressuring for your boyfriend. That said, this does not mean that you should not try to assist your current boyfriend to learn how to give you pleasure - this could be really helpful. Maybe he needs a little more direction from you, or perhaps you could show him by touching yourself. Another strategy would be to alternate whose needs are focused on first if turns need to be taken?
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