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Inability to orgasm
zoedune2013 posted:
Why is it so hard for me to orgasm with a man? It's like I am afraid to let go or something? How do I know that I have had an orgasm?
elle0317 responded:
The trick is to be totally comfortable with the man you are with, it helps if you are in love. Have you been able to orgasm while masturbating? This can help him help you if you know what feels good by doing it by yourself first and you can relay that information to him during sex/foreplay. When you have an orgasm, there will be no question you've had one.
tlkittycat1968 responded:
Do you mean during sex or in general? If you mean during sex, you do know that up to 70% (some say 75%) of women can't orgasm during sex and need some sort of clitoral stimulation, right?

If you mean in general, like Elle asked, can you orgasm during masturbation?

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