Sexbots (sex robots) are becoming more of a norm, and that is disturbing because there’s nothing normal about it! Technology and sex are both driving factors in our society. Combine the two and we have a whole new, disgusting, world.
There’s no surprise that porn addiction is at an alarming high!
We have covered the man who feels so comfortable around the sexbot he invented that he allows his children to play with it, and also raised serious concerns about the implications of robots that allow for the simulation of rape or that are designed to look like children.
Many argue that sexbots are essentially harmless, in fact, even potentially positive, as they may give men who wish to cheat on their wives, enact a rape fantasy, or engage in sex acts with children, a healthy outlet for their perversion that doesn’t harm anyone.
However, this begs the question: what will it do to a person’s psychological and spiritual health to engage in such an intimate human act with a non-sentient object?
This was the question posed by researchers Neil McArthur and Markie L. C. Twist, from the University of Manitoba, Canada, who recently authored a report on the future rise of the “digisexuals”, as they call it.
The term “digisexual” refers to how McArthur and Twist believe people will identify as they create attachments to their sexbots as the technology becomes more advanced and interactive.
They said, “There is no question, then, that sexbots are coming. Our view is that they will represent a different sort of sexual experience from what existing technologies offer. First of all, people will form an intense connection with their robot companions.”
The duo aded, “These robots will be tailor-made to meet people’s desires, and will do things that human partners cannot or will not do. For this reason, significant numbers of people will likely come to use robots as their primary mode of sexual experience.”