My boyfriend and I dated for 6 months last year. We broke up, and it was horrible. We didn't speak for 5 months. We came back to college, and he ended up realizing that it was a mistake for us to have broken up. We are back together now, and everything is going better than it ever has except our sex lives. We are so in love and we talk about being married all the time, but he is not sexually satisfied. I enjoy our sex, but the last few times he has not been able to orgasm. The first time that this happened, he said it was because I was not playing an active enough role. Now I have certainly stepped it up, and I am getting even less response from him. We have talked about it, and he really doesn't have any physical suggestions for things I can do. I really want to fix this part of the relationship because everything else is so great. He said that the problem with sexual chemistry was part of why we broke up last year, but now he thinks it is worth fixing. Is it possible to fix? He says he is attracted to me and the idea of sex with me is great, but the actual thing is disappointing. I feel like it should be easy for a guy to orgasm -- especially if we are so in love. What should I do to help the situation?
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