US 2024983 A
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Dec. 17, 1935. J. STREET 2,024,983
' DEVICE FOR PROMOTING MARITAL ACCORD Original Filed Sept. 10, 1954 Inventor Ki a fie iwe Patented Dec. 17, 1935 UNITED STATES DEVICE FOR PROMOTING MARITAL ACCORD Jake Street, Fort Worth, Tex.
Application September 10, 1934, Serial No. 743,471 Renewed June 4. 1935 3 Claims. (01. 128-1) This invention relates to a device for promoting marital accord between married couples, the object of the device being to provide means for stimulating certain nerves of the female during 5 intercourse, thus tending to overcome frigidity in the wife.
The invention is illustrated in the accompanying drawing in which:--
Figure 1 is a front view of the device. L Figure 2 is an edge view thereof.
Figure 3 is a section on the line 3-3 of Figure 1.
As shown in this drawing the device comprises a flat member I of elongated form and made of 5 soft rubber or the like with one end rounded as shown at 2 and having an opening 3 therein which tapers from one side to the other as shown at 3'. The other part of the member I is slightly tapered from the rounded part 2 and a substantially wedge-shaped member 4 is connected to one face of this part, this member 4 being also formed of soft rubber and may be vulcanized to the part I and has its edges spaced from the edges of the part to which it is connected. As will be seen the member 4 is attached to that face of the part I through which the large endof the opening 3 passes. The device is to be made of various sizes and the opening 3 receives the penis 9 with the member 4 adapted to come in contact with certain nerves of the clitoris and near the clitoris and this contact of the member 4 with such nerves stimulates the nerves so that the female can complete the act of copulation, where without the device she could not.
As is well known to the legal and medical professions a considerable number of divorces are caused by alleged frigidity of the wife and many 5 married couples are not in marital accord due to this fact but by the use of this device for stimulating the nerves of and surrounding the clitoris the libido of the wife is increased and thus she is in full marital accord with her husband. 10
What is claimed is:
1. A device of the class described comprising an elongated flat member of resilient material having one end enlarged and provided with a circular opening and an elongated projection on one face of the other part of the device.
2. A device of the class described comprising an elongated member having flat faces and formed of resilient material, one end of the member being enlarged and having a circular opening therein tapering from one side to the other and a substantially wedge-shaped member of resilient material connected to one face of the device and extending from the point adjacent the opening to a point adjacent the opposite end of the device, said wedge-shaped member being spaced from the side edges of the device.
3. A device of the class described comprising an elongated fiat member having a penis receiving opening adjacent one end thereof and a clitoris engaging projection on one face thereof, terminating adjacent the other end.