Here is the statute:
A defendant is proven to have penetrated a female’s vagina with his finger. Is he guilty of sexual intrusion?
I say no. An object seems to me to be, first, an inanimate item, not a part of a human being. It further seems to be an item on its own and not the greater part of a whole.
What say ye wanna be legal scholars? Oh, and, this is not about the morality of such a thing. The question for MPIMS is: does a finger (or two or three fingers or even a fist) count as an object?