I think most young girls are brought up to believe sex is dirty even with a husband. My first wife made love like her mother was in the next room listening. Add to that the body shaming they experience from males, other females, and the advertising world it is no wonder it is hard for most of them to truly enjoy sex.
It took 10 years for me to overcome the loud voices in my present wife's past for her to make peace with her body. We've both changed over the years and I love her more intensely than ever.
I agree with @Post #38 above completely!
My wife was brought up in a strict Baptist family and was taught all of her life that sex was only for procreation. We married as virgins and it was only 8 years for us, before she became comfortable with sex and wanted to explore her desires that she had been repressing for so long. We worked through the difficult times and have enjoyed 40+ years of blissful sexual communion...
Yes! i am one of the very fortunate ones. After hysterectomy,, my drive went through the roof! I enjoy giving and receiving pleasure. Yet enduring the social stigma that I have loose morals because I enjoy sex. Where a man is congratulated for his conquests, a woman is called filthy names. What I see is this: women want to be WANTED, men should create a heaven for their queen. Make her feel cherished, adored, of great value to you. Yes there are still women that want to be made love to. Unfortunately our media, porn, etc has conditioned most to cheapen and demean sex to the point of pure filth. Taking the care and time to woo her, learn her likes and dislikes. After all isn't sex showing each other physically how you love each other?