No. I can’t see how that would be good for marital sexual intimacy. Like @Peter said, it would take away from the anticipation and enjoyment of sexual intimacy between husband and wife. I can see how it could look like a good option for some, especially if the real deal isn’t happening, but I just have trouble seeing how it wouldn’t work against marital intimacy.
From the question it sounds like it’s already on the arm….yes, I would use it. Since I have a somewhat similar refractory time as a man, I probably wouldn’t do much different than I already do, enjoy the sexual pleasure and then orgasm. But I would probably experience with some multiples. I have no clue how often.
I have heard the same argument already shared used about vibrators. I use one of those too to help with orgasming.
Only occasionally. I feel like it would rob DW of foreplay, intimacy, and anticipation. And yes, it would be a loss to me. So, I wouldn’t do it often. But, there might be times it would be fun or even useful – another type of quickie perhaps.
I’d rather have one for my wife. Doesn’t Staples have an “easy” button for that?
– Feeling stressed babe? Let me help! 😀
– On the phone with your parents? Hehehe!!! 😀
Now to your original question, I think I’d be tempted to on occasion under stress and when the wife wasn’t available to hit the “easy” button.
No for me.
Huge yes on one for DW. She can reliably get an O thru manual sex from me, but it would be great fun if she could get there other ways. I can see it now… she’s looking bored with regular old PIV…just punch the button and wow! I can’t even imagine the fun we’d have.
This post reminded me of something I found interesting several years ago. In all the years I’ve been reading marriage/sex forums and blogs I’ve only seen ONE man complain that his wife orgasmed too easily. He felt cheated because she got there within a minute or two of regular PIV every time! Would be a dream wife for anyone who’s ever struggled with PE. You have to just shake your head at how mismatched we can seem to be at times.