I don't tell a lie! Would you ever consider or want to have sex with robots! This is a story carried by major international websites. How do you feel about changing you sex partner to a machine.
Mmm not sure I'd fancy a robotic welding machine, it might be rather painful.
I wonder if in a relationship or marriage would people consider it "cheating" to have sex with a robot? Or Would it be considered a "sex toy" like those (blow up dolls), vibrators, rubber sex organs, and other gadgets adult stores presently sell? hmmm
I suspect if they were ever able to make the robots look and feel like human beings (similar to Blade Runner) it would radically change the course of dating and marriage as we know it. There are a lot of people I imagine who wish they could turn off or remove the batteries from their spouse from time to time. LOL!
Naturally some people would own multiple robots for variety and then one day the robots take on a life of their own filled with the human emotion of jealousy and they start killing humans that cheat on them. "Attack of the Sexbots!" coming (no pun intended) to a theatre near you! :-)
Does that include women who use vibrators? Are vibrators not machines?
There is a hub I have seen on this. I believe they are Japanese.
Yes , I can imagine it all now , first , the urge !......get out the manual ,
-plug in machine
-foreplay ,kiss softly on robot lips
-wait for recommended response time
- romantic vocal response not playing
- wait 15 minutes
- robot calls you by another name
Hey I can see a hub here !
Re -boot robot again
If the robot runs Windows operating system which parts of the anatomy would you push for Ctrl-Alt-Delete?
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