You have seemed to make pretty clear here that you don't think you have experienced orgasm. I'm inclined to trust your own ideas and feelings about your experiences.
I don't know what you mean by "the actual sex." Sex is basically almost any way we can express our sexual desires or sexualities, so I'm just not clear what you mean by that. Can you fill me in?
Honestly, I think it's safe to say that for most people, intercourse that lasts for an hour is very unlikely to remain satisfying or feeling good for a good deal of that period of time, especially if that's the only thing happening. And if your boyfriend says he is stimulating your clitoris but you aren't feeling anything, it may be because he thinks that's what he's doing, but it's not actually what he's doing.
I'm curious: I wonder if you could fill me in on why you have been engaging in sex with people in the way that you are. Do you really WANT to be doing any of this? I hear you when you say it feels good, but I also hear you saying that this isn't just about you not experiencing orgasm, but not feeling satisfied. So, I'm not really sure why you are continuing to be sexual with partners, or in the ways you have been, because I am not clear on why you are being sexual with them if all it is is something that just kind of feels okay, know what I mean? Can you talk to me more about this so we can better understand and perhaps better help you out?
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