I have 2 E's, 2004 has 147K on the original clutch, still working fine but engages earlier when the pedal is raised during shifting. 2008 has 42K on the car and clutch and still feels new. 65K is a really short life for a clutch, in my opinion.
It's hard to say. 90% of the time, premature clutch failure is caused by poor driving technique, or aggressive driving. We couldn't say if it's normal because we can't see how you shift, how long you slip the clutch on launch, how high you rev, etc.
I needed a new clutch in my S2000 at 40,000 miles but it was driven aggressively and drag raced at the track a bunch of times.
I got a 13.8 in the 1/4 mile once in the winter. Just drop the clutch at 9000 rpms and it scoots. Hondas are known for soft pad material on the clutches for smooth and quiet operation. The life of the clutch ultimately depends on the driver/s.