Many of the higher orders of animals don't seem to care about whether or not they enjoy sexual expression. It usually happens when the female is "in heat", and doesn't seem to last very long. I have heard that when lionesses are ready to mate, they and their male partner do so several times a day for a number of days, but that doesn't mean they're partners for life.
On the other hand, it's a good thing for the survival of the species when a human couple forms a sexual bond that lasts beyond a short time. Human pregnancies last quite a while, and can hamper a woman's survival efforts. If she gets little or no satisfaction from a relationship with a human male, she won't be very interested in it.
Men might have preferred the "Wham, bam, thank you ma'am" approach in the past, but over the centuries, marriage or permanent pairings have been a good predictor of family survival. In spite of male supremacists who tried to suppress female sexual desire, women who enjoyed sexual fulfillment made good partners.