It seems you're expecting to have orgasms from the actual intercourse itself. If you'd have those, that would put you in the minority.
75% of all women can't have an orgasm from intercourse alone, they need clitoral stimulation, either separately or during.
I'll say it again, because it's important: Most women do not have orgasms from intercourse alone.
Do you masturbate at all? If not, it sounds like you should! That way, you could learn what it takes for you to get off, so to speak, and then you could show your guy. In any case, you need to know where your clitoris is, and make sure he knows it as well. Because that's a woman's pleasure button.
It has a lot more nerve endings than the inside of your vagina does. That may help you understand why things feel the way they do.
You might want to try having an orgasm before the actual intercourse. It's very satisfying that way. It makes intercourse feel way better to me. The 'ladies first' approach works really well here.
If you want to have orgasms during intercourse, then often the easiest way is for him or you to stimulate your clitoris by hand during the deed. Don't be ashamed; you have a right to enjoy sex as much as he does, and there is nothing wrong with a helping hand. But to be honest, he will probably enjoy it if it makes sex more pleasurable for you.
PS All sex is 'regular sex'.