I realized something. The reverse position of the uterus creates a sac in the anterior fornix instead of the usual sac in the posterior fornix--where the a-spot is located. See how small this is in a female with a normal uterus:
Interestingly enough, I am capable of orgasming vaginally, and in fact practically all of my orgasms have come through stimulation of the a-spot. Most women cannot orgasm vaginally, and I suspect this may be because the a-spot is sensitive mostly to pressure, and the position of their cervix makes stimulation of this area difficult during intercourse.
From what I have read, around 28% of women have reported being capable of orgasming vaginally. Also, there is a similar percentage--around 20%--of women with a retroverted uterus.
Now, the idea that I propose it this: is it possible that having a retroverted uterus makes vaginal orgasm more likely?