It's not a stretch to say that when it comes to sex, orgasms are usually considered par for the course. Naturally, with the amount of emphasis placed on having a 'noticeable pay off', having to admit that we've never had that experience before can feel a little embarrassing. But that, right there, is the problem. Even though everyone sees orgasms as the height of sexual intimacy, you don't actually need to have an orgasm to show that you're having a good time.
Sex therapist Moushumi Ghose goes so far as to contradict what we usually think, "a large majority of women have not experienced orgasm." She even added that she also thinks that "there is an inordinate amount of focus put on our culture to orgasm." There are so many measures that we can take to increase the odds of enjoying sex, and possibly even reaching climax. For starters, we have to realize that just because not everyone has had an orgasm, it doesn't mean that sex can't be pleasurable without it. Instead of focusing what we think is supposed to feel or how we're supposed to feel, we have to spend more time being comfortable with ourselves. We don't need to take an sex education class to know that if it feels good (and right),we should just sit back and enjoy it!