The first question we need to answer is about the morality of masturbation.This is a huge subject that could take a whole article by itself which is why I wrote an entire article dedicated to answering this question from a Biblical perspective entitled “Is Masturbation a sin” a while back.“What are your feelings about a husband placing a chastity belt on a wife to prevent masturbation or fondling?
And I am grateful he cares so much for our intimacy.
But, it does have that medieval bondage aspect to it.
I do consent (even though I cannot remove it, if I wanted) but the question is do I have to consent to such a request by husband as a Christian wife? I have not been a fan of wearing the belt and shield, but I see the wisdom in it. It is amazing to me how much I had been sinning by consciously or unconsciously gratifying myself.
Obviously, the belt prevents me from using my fingers or an object.
The short answer is that “9 And Onan knew that the seed should not be his; and it came to pass, when he went in unto his brother’s wife, that he spilled it on the ground, lest that he should give seed to his brother. Onan could have refused to take his brother’s wife as his wife.
10 And the thing which he did displeased the Lord: wherefore he slew him also.” Genesis 38:9-10 (KJV) This story in Genesis 38 is about a man named Onan who was called upon to fulfill his duty to enter into levirate marriage with his sister-in-law after his brother had died and not left her a son to be an heir for his estate. Yes it would have been a shame on him but this would not have been worthy of death.
The device is a belt, from which a shield covers my private parts and is locked on…allowing for urination, but not for fingers.
So, it works, but I always worry someone will find out, which would be highly embarrassing.
However if I were to play video games during the week to the neglect of my job or spending time with my wife and children in other ways it could become an obsession and sinful. There is no sin in us desiring food and eating on a daily basis.
However, if we live for food and constantly over-eat simply for the pleasure of eating we commit the sin of gluttony.
As I told her in my emails to her this is the first time anyone has ever written me about this.