Although some women don't experience an orgasm every time they are intimate with their partner, the orgasm gap between men and women is beginning to close.
If you're still on the other side of a satisfying intimate moment, you're not alone, and you don't have to be stuck there forever.
There are a few ways to enhance your experience in the bedroom that can also be mutually beneficial for your man as well.
For starters, get your head in the game (stop thinking about Zac Efron) and focus on the moment itself. Don't let your facial features, laundry list of errands to run later or stress get in the way of the sensations you should be feeling. If you're not into it completely, how can you completely enjoy what's happening?
Don't be afraid to make some noise! If you're laying there quiet as a mouse, things are going to get real weird, real quick. Be vocal, tell him what you like or, even better, show him. Raising your hips or other part of your body to meet his is a great way to be involved, show what you like and take charge when your body needs it most.
Take a chance focusing on another part of your body. Although many men just go for the breasts or directly to the clitoris, there are other erogenous areas of your body too.
"An erogenous zone is anywhere on the body that has a heightened sensitivity and can elicit a sexual response when stimulated," explains Jane Greer, Ph.D., a sex and relationships expert and author of What About Me? "It's important to move beyond the obvious turn-on areas and explore your partner's entire body to give him or her the most pleasure."
These include the area just above your vagina, the lips and of course, inner thighs.