What I find astonishing is the false premises and attitudes such connotations as Virgin denotes in peoples psyche. Who put that there, society, your family, friends, work, yourself? The expectations, pressures and associations that exist by a single word? Makes me wonder about the rest of the attitudes towards sex.
Personally I have a feeling that even with experience people remain confused by sexual experiences. People come together to enjoy a moment of sexual intimacy without some understanding in how either partner reacts psychologically, intellectually, emotionally, spiritually, and physically to their thoughts and emotions during sex.
Most think it is purely physical pardon the pun and their pleasure tends to be varied. I would be interested whether those that are sexually active, are you able to create the mood, safety and stress free environment that allows yourself and your partner to orgasm multiple times? Because you know if your partner struggles to climax a few times at least during sexual intimacy then she wouldn't trust her body or you to allow herself to climax. And then sex, while men think its the bees knees, assume their partners arousal state is what there is and yours is in response to being turned on by her sexually.
I wonder how much better sex would be with her climaxing while trusting her body to do so without stress and would the quality of sex improve after. I mean sure if a man orgasms, whats that, any day of the week. So then I would be intrigued to wonder if women experience a certain monotony to their motions whether their wanting sexual intimacy would increase or decrease after being satisfied. I would hazard a guess if she experiences not much just going with the motions then she wouldn't demand sex from her partner as much as her partner would, she would be emotionally disconnected. Have you ever wondered why, because it starts to become a chore instead of a pleasure and she starts wondering whether this is all there is. Fun for awhile but if she can't get her kit off, how much fun would it be.