Interest in Male Sex Dolls On The Rise

Interest in Male Sex Dolls On The Rise

Let’s hear it for equal opportunity objectification of people. Women have been sexually objectified forever, now men are getting a turn at it.

And you know what? I’d rather keep my dignity intact by remaining celibate, rather than disgrace myself by performing sex acts on or with a doll. You’re kind of debasing yourself when you do certain things, and this is one of those things.

(Link): Interest in Male Sex Dolls On The Rise

Sept 2019

Why play with Barbie when you can play with Ken?

Demand for male sex dolls has steadily increased as companies move to accommodate consumers of various sexualities.

Company LumiDolls launched its first sex doll brothel in Barcelona in 2017, and this year launched a location in Nagoya, Japan that will feature its first male dolls, the Daily Star Online reported.

Sergi Prieto, who co-founded the venture, told the outlet that more men wanting to experiment with male dolls.

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Give Us SexBots With A Soul by L. Emmons

Give Us SexBots With A Soul by L. Emmons

(Link): Give Us SexBots With A Soul by L. Emmons

Excerpts:

Who really needs relationships anyway? They’re a pain in the ass. Partners are difficult. They want us to be our best selves, to quit drinking, to stop leaving dirty socks in the bathroom.

Partners have feelings, emotional realities, flatulence, bad breath, opinions, debts, wants, needs and desires than can clash with our own.

Partners want things from us even when we just want them to shut up and get cozy. But the worst thing about partners, the worst part about romance, is the potential for rejection.

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The Rise of DigiSexuality Could See Us Falling in Love With People Who Don’t Exist by Ellen Scott

The Rise of DigiSexuality Could See Us Falling in Love With People Who Don’t Exist by Ellen Scott

(Link): The Rise of DigiSexuality Could See Us Falling in Love With People Who Don’t Exist

Excerpts:

….Digisexuality is a form of attraction primarily through the use of technology.

Those who identify as digisexual may be attracted to sex robots, AI, digitally created imagery or only feel arousal when engaging in sexual activity with a machine rather than a human.

Akihiko Kondo has a happy marriage with his wife, a hologram of a virtual reality popstar called Hatsune Miku.

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Experts Predict Human-Robot Marriage Will Be Legal by 2050 by O. Goldhill

Experts Predict Human-Robot Marriage Will Be Legal by 2050 by O. Goldhill

(Link): Experts Predict Human-Robot Marriage Will Be Legal by 2050

Dec 2016

In the face of AI exerts repeatedly predicting the rise of sex robots, it’s increasingly difficult to insist that such machines strictly belong to a far-off, dystopian future.

But some robotics experts predict we’ll soon be doing far more than having sexual intercourse with machines. Instead, we’ll be making love to them—with all the accompanying romantic feelings.

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NY Times Says Robot Marriage Becoming Mainstream; Pastor Believes Church Partly to Blame by B. Showalter

NY Times Says Robot Marriage Becoming Mainstream; Pastor Believes Church Partly to Blame by B. Showalter

(Link): NY Times Says Robot Marriage Becoming Mainstream; Pastor Believes Church Partly to Blame

Excerpts:

The nation’s most prominent newspaper is asserting marriage to robots is becoming mainstream, as is what is now called “digisexuality.”

In a Saturday New York Times article — titled “Do you take this robot…” with the subtitle “Today we fall in love through our phones. Maybe your phone itself could be just as satisfying?” — the newspaper noted that artificial intelligence-driven sex robots are becoming more mainstream.

In an age of sexting and dating apps like Tinder, it is fair to ask whether everyone might be a “closet digisexual,” the article said.

“The idea that flesh-and-blood humans may actually forge fulfilling emotional, or even sexual, relationships with digital devices is no longer confined to dystopian science fiction movies,” the newspaper declared on its Twitter feed.

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‘Robosexuality’ on the Rise as THOUSANDS Now Sharing Creepy Sex-Bot Porn Online

‘Robosexuality’ on the Rise as THOUSANDS Now Sharing Creepy Sex-Bot Porn Online

(Link): ‘Robosexuality’ on the Rise as THOUSANDS Now Sharing Creepy Sex-Bot Porn Online

Excerpts:

Nov 2018

They say opposites attract, so maybe a coming-together of man and machine isn’t so strange after all…

ROBOSEXUALITY is on the rise as hi-tech horn-dogs take to the internet to share creepy sex-bot pornography.

Forums dedicated to sex-bot smut have sprung up across the web, drawing in thousands of online punters who long to feel steel and silicon after dark.

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Meet the Men In Love With $7,000 Sex Dolls

Meet the Men In Love With $7,000 Sex Dolls

This is not only creepy, but it’s sad and pathetic.

(Link): Meet the Men In Love With $7,000 Sex Dolls

The men in love with $7,000 sex dolls: Subculture of ‘iDollators’ who marry and develop romances with inanimate partners after swearing off ‘flesh and blood’ women

November 2018
by Shelia Flynn

…John and Jackie are the stars of new documentary Silicone Soul, which chronicles the lives of men who’ve fallen in love with dolls – as well as other doll enthusiasts who have interests and motivations separate from sex or romance, such as a female artist who uses dolls for photography and friendship.

In addition to John – who purchased Jackie for $7,000 – the film follows a man named ‘Davecat’ in Detroit who’s married to doll Sidore and owns another, Elena, with whom he’s involved (they’re polyamorous, he says).

There’s also a New Jersey husband going by the pseudonym of ‘Ben’ who keeps several dolls in the basement as surrogates for his severely ill wife.

And they’re far from the only people choosing such a lifestyle, according to director Melody Gilbert, who was wholly unacquainted with the phenomenon before embarking upon this project – though it immediately fascinated her.

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How Sex Robots Could Revolutionize Marriage—for the Better by M. Adshade

(Link):  How Sex Robots Could Revolutionize Marriage—for the Better

Excerpts

Some elements of that social change might be easier to anticipate than others. For example, the share of the young adult population that chooses to remain single (with their sexual needs met by robots) is very likely to increase.

Because social change is organic, however, adaptations in other social norms and behaviors are much more difficult to predict. But this is not virgin territory.

New technologies completely transformed sexual behavior and marital norms over the second half of the 20th century. Although getting any of these predictions right will surely involve some luck, we have decades of technology-induced social change to guide our predictions about the future of a world confronted with wholesale access to sexbots.

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Sex Robot Addiction: Clinics Braced For Humans Hooked on Cyborgs Like ‘Problem Drinkers’

Sex Robot Addiction: Clinics Braced For Humans Hooked on Cyborgs Like ‘Problem Drinkers’

(Link): Sex Robot Addiction: Clinics Braced For Humans Hooked on Cyborgs Like ‘Problem Drinkers’

by Joshua Nevett

SEX ROBOT addicts hooked on making love to hyper-realistic cyborgs to “escape from the self” are comparable to “problem drinkers”, according to a therapist.

The creation of artificially intelligent sex robots that resemble humans has provoked a heated debate about the social and health consequences.

Meanwhile, the market for talking and moving robots made for sexual pleasure is on the rise, with makers from across the world selling them for thousands of pounds.

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Transgender Sex Robots Are Coming to a Bedroom Near You

(Link): Transgender Sex Robots Are Coming to a Bedroom Near You

by Sean Keach,

January 2018

“Transgender” sex robots could be a new and exotic way to spice things up in your bedroom.

The Sun has learned that the Californian startup responsible for the female Harmony sex droid is now considering a trans version too.

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Male Sex Robots With Unstoppable Bionic Penises Are Coming This Year

Male Sex Robots With Unstoppable Bionic Penises Are Coming This Year by R. Waugh

(Link): Male Sex Robots With Unstoppable Bionic Penises Are Coming This Year

Excerpts:

January 8, 2018

…But don’t despair, ladies – RealDoll (maker of those alarming plastic sexbots for men) is making one for women too.

….Matt McMullen of RealDoll said that the company’s currently tweaking the sexbot’s voice and personality – and says that users will be able to choose any penis size that suits them.

‘We’re working on a male version of the robot AI,’ McMullen told the Daily Star. ‘We’ll eventually have a male and a female platform available.’

David Levy, author of Love and Sex With Robots, says, ‘I’m sure women will find robots equally appealing as men.

Sex Robots Recognize Owners Using Cameras In Their Eyes

Sex Robots Recognize Owners Using Cameras In Their Eyes

I think this is about the same guy I blogged on earlier, only that article about sex robots was from the Daily Mail, and this is from another site.

A line I will never utter in any life time, not even in any parallel universe:
“Shoot your load for me baby, you are awesome.”

The guy in the article says he doesn’t know if he could decide between his real, honest to goodness human wife or his fake plastic sex doll.

That he cannot decide tells me that he, along with many other men, are conditioned to view honest to God women as less than human, and only find their sexuality a redeeming virtue.

If you’re a guy who can’t decide between a Sex Bot and a real woman, you really need to question how biased you are against women, that you view them as only big sex toys, which is an odious view.

I sometimes see people argue that anyone over the age of 25 or 30 who hasn’t had sex yet is somehow “repressed” (I disagree), but, I really would wonder about a person who chooses to have sex with dolls or robots, or exclusively with dolls and robots.

It’s one thing to decide to refrain from sexual intercourse with someone (due to various reasons, one of which being religious morality or personal conviction), or to lack a libido or attraction to people (i.e., asexuals), but quite another to opt to perform sexual acts on a robot – a piece of machinery.

How repressed is someone that they won’t even try to have sex with an equal partner, an actual human, but prefer to “get it on” with a piece of machinery that is largely programmed to be entirely submissive, docile, and so on?

(Link): Sex robots to RECOGNISE owners with cameras in their eyes

Armchair dwellers sat back as we met James, watching him play with sex robot Harmony while she “dozed”.

Provoking a response from her, and with a prominent Scottish accent, she told him: “I love these compliments, you’re really a special person to me.

“I just want to be next to you the whole day.”

She then rather bluntly added: “Do you like to masturbate?

“Shoot your load for me baby, you are awesome.”

Lovely stuff.

Now, after five years in development, sex robot Harmony is being tested for the first time by a potential customer.

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Why Indulging Your Darkest Desires With A Sex Doll Will Not Protect Anyone, Including Yourself by L. Emmons

 Why Indulging Your Darkest Desires With A Sex Doll Will Not Protect Anyone, Including Yourself by L. Emmons

(Link): Why Indulging Your Darkest Desires With A Sex Doll Will Not Protect Anyone, Including Yourself

Excerpts:

… The argument against is that normalizing these behaviors in the mind could lead to men seeing this as normal behavior in their everyday lives. It’s possible that to engage in the fantasy is to bend the barriers toward engaging in the reality.

Aimee van Wynsberghe, from the Foundation on Responsible Robotics, believes we have to think about the power technology has to “reinforce different norms, habits, routines, and values,” and that sex dolls can change the idea of what sex is.

In a June 5 interview with the BBC, van Wynsberghe argues that using sex robots creates a situation where sex does not require dual consent.

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Hackers Could Order Sex Robots To KILL Their Owners, Cyber Security Experts Warn

Hackers Could Order Sex Robots To KILL Their Owners, Cyber Security Experts Warn

I never would’ve dreamed it, but there are now so many news stories about sex robots, I finally got around to making a “sex robots” tag for this blog.

There are advantages to being celibate. Not only can celibates avoid being exploited (used by a guy for sex then dumped the next day), but celibates can avoid getting sexually transmitted diseases and avoid this…

(Link): Hackers Could Order Sex Robots To KILL Their Owners, Cyber Security Experts Warn

Sept 11, 2017

by Harry Petit

Cyber criminals could easily breach sex robots’ inner defences, expert claims

Hackers could then attack owners by controlling the robots’ arms and legs

If the robots are connected to the internet they could be remotely accessed

The androids will be far simpler to hack than modern phones and computers

Hackers could one day order sex robots to kill their human lovers, a cyber security expert has warned.

Cyber criminals could easily breach the robots’ inner defences and turn them against their human owners, lecturer Dr Nick Patterson says.

Hacking into modern-day robots would be far simpler than accessing more sophisticated devices like smartphones and computers, he claims.

The technology expert, from Deakin University in Victoria, Australia, told the Star Online: ‘Hackers can hack into a robot or a robotic device and have full control of the connections, arms, legs and other attached tools like in some cases knives or welding devices.

‘Once a robot is hacked, the hacker has full control and can issue instructions to the robot.’

Sex androids will use an operating system, much like modern computers or phones, Dr Patterson said.

This means that if the system is ever connected to the internet it could be vulnerable to hackers.


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Sex Robots Are Being Made to Look Like Customers’ Dead Wives

Sex Robots Are Being Made to Look Like Customers’ Dead Wives

I do not find this touching. It’s gross and weird.

(Link): Sex robots are being made to look like customers’ dead wives… and one firm insists it’s the best way to help with their grief

by G Harrison

For many people, the social aspects of owning a sexbot are far more important than the physical side of things

SEX robots have become so lifelike that bereaved men are flocking to order dolls designed to resemble their dead partners.

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Sex Robots Would Give Us Only What We Think We Want, and Not What We Truly Desire by R. Pelling

Sex Robots Would Give Us Only What we think We Want, and Not What We Truly Desire by R. Pelling

(Link): Sex robots would give us only what we think we want, and not what we truly desire by R. Pelling

…A study cited by one of the speakers reported that around 40 per cent of men would happily purchase a sex robot given half a chance.

The conference nicked its name from tech whizz and international chess master David Levy’s 2007 best-selling book, Love and Sex with Robots.

Levy said it was now a certainty that humans would be marrying automata (“enormously appealing partners for some people”) by 2050.

Before you scoff, think of the emotions most of us regularly display towards our smartphones: panic, despair and a sense of hopelessness sweep over me if I’m parted from mine for more than an hour. In fact, it’s fair to say I’d rather lose my husband for a week than my iPhone.

Add to this Levy’s assessment that, unlike tricky old humans, “Your robot will be protective, loving, trusting, truthful, persevering, respectful, uncomplaining, complimentary, pleasant to talk to and share your sense of your humour,” and you may start to see the appeal of a robot spouse.

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