Unless the both of you have agreed to an open marriage or to swinging, you are your husband’s sole source of and outlet for and focus for sex, romantic affection, erotic affection, sensuality, and Connection.
Being physical, affectionate, and sexual with their partners is how men feel valued, ,wanted, and close to their partners.
You are it for him for sex, romantic affection, erotic affection, adult play, sensuality etc etc.
If you say twice a week for “sex” for 10 or 20 or 30 minutes is all that you need, would you get upset if he says he only needs to talk to you for 10 minutes twice a week?
Does he get upset when you talk to your closest friends? If he does then you need to consider counseling, he doesn’t sound a like a good man. The answer is probably no.
So you can get your need for talking and verbal and therefore emotional connection fulfilled with people outside of your marriage.
He is not your legally-restricted, agreed-to, vowed to forsake all other sources of talking and emotional connection.
Let’s reverse it.
Would you get upset if he goes to a sex worker? The answer is probably yes.
Why? Because he agreed to forsake (sex with) all others when you and he got married.
You are his legally-restricted, agreed-to, vowed-to forsake all other source of and outlet