Dear Dr. Kim:
My girlfriend says she has been faking orgasms for a year and I am considering breaking up with her. What should I do? — Unsatisfied, [address withheld]
Short answer: Break up with her.
Long answer: Break up with her. No relationship has ever survived sexual dysfunction — in this case, your desire to take your partner to the peak of sexual intimacy, and her inability to do so.
Longer answer: Break up with her. In the vast majority of cases, a woman’s inability to have an orgasm is not physical, but psychological — and most especially if she’s never been able to reach a climax with any partner. There is no upside to the two of you trying to address this together and frankly, I don’t see marriage as even a remote option here.
This is not your problem; it’s hers. Move on.
— Dr. Kim
Normal disclaimer / obligatory warning for stupid people:
Dr. Kim isn’t a doctor, doesn’t play one on TV (but has been known to do so with unsuspecting women on an ad-hoc basis). His advice should be taken with a metric tonne of salt and two metric tonnes of humor, and should be followed with extreme care. Dr. Kim takes no responsibility for outcomes of separation, violence, divorce or strange diseases stemming from the adoption of his advice.