To be honest, very few women can come to orgasm from vaginal intercourse alone, so the amount of time spent doing that is really neither here nor there. Don't get me wrong - that doesn't mean it isn't pleasurable for both people, because it is.
Certainly thirty minutes isn't anywhere near short enough to be symptomatic of premature ejaculation, if that's what you were worried about.
Most likely you and your sexual partner will want to experiment with different things, including oral sex, mutual masturbation and so on, to find stuff that satisfies both of you. After all, no one says you have to do just one thing.
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Just like no two relationships are alike (some couples hold hands, others don't, some fight a lot, others don't), having sex is different between different people.
Don't worry about how "long" you have sex, although there are A LOT of people in the same boat as you are and they're stressing about this as well. The important part is to make sure that you both feel good about what you are doing. Sex is supposed to be a pleasurable thing, so let go of those inhibitions, and keep your eyes off the clock! Hopefully soon you'll be enjoying yourself so much that you won't care about the time.
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