I know that the majority of woman can not orgasm through penetration alone and that clitoral stimulation is usually required.
However, can it help to fantasise during sex to reach orgasm, since someone like myself cannot cum through penetration alone and is not used to/not comfortable with clitoral stimulation?
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Well, different things work for different people so while something might work for a given person, it might not necessarily work for another one. Therefore we just can't tell you whether or not doing that will help you but if that's something you'd like to try, then I don't see any reason why you shoudn't.
Also, bear in mind that you don't have to engage in a sexual activity if that given activity isn't pleasurable for you or doesn't feel good. (I don't know if that's your case ? Sometimes, even though you don't necessarily orgasm from a given activity it might feel good nonetheless so that's why I'm asking ). If that's the case, there is plenty of other sexual activities you can engage in that could be far more pleasurable for you and your partner.
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