I know this topic has probably been posted here a million times before, but, going through old threads on it, I haven't found one that fit my situation precisely.I just started having sex about 2 months ago with my boyfriend. Before that I was a virgin. I have not been able to have an orgasm from penetration. I orgasm pretty easily when I masturbate or when he goes down on me. Also, I have had an orgasm while we were having sex only when he was also touching my clitoris. I have been able to get off from him fingering me only once; every other time I need oral stimulation in combination with fingering.So basically, I know its possible for me to have an orgasm only from penetration, as it's happened before, but I can't achieve it with sex. I would very much like to, and I have been feeling kind of down lately since I haven't been able to. Is there anything at all that I can do to "fix" this? Or just have him keep touching my clitoris while we are doing it? I like that of course, but I really would like to experience an orgasm from sex alone.Is it hopeless?
It's not uncommon at all to not have orgasms through penetrative sex. When he was fingering you he may have been stimulating your g-spot (look it up if you don't know where it is), this is more difficult to reach with the penis.
Try some different positions to try to reach the spot.
"Believe those who are seeking the truth; doubt those who find it"
your gonna just havta make do with what ya got.
try laying on your side with him taking you from behind, now you can play with your own clit while ya get fucked.
its the best advice I can give ya.
I now when I do thta with my girl, she eventually moves my hand and takes over wiht her own, she seems to enjoy it.
Let's agree to respect each others views, no matter how wrong yours may be.
Thanks for the advice. Yeah, I know where the g-spot is, and he has been able to hit it, but that alone doesn't help. We've tried many many different positions, but alas, no orgasm. We'll keep trying but I'm beginning to think it isn't ever going to happen.