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Robot Sex

Posted in sex with tags , , , , , , on November 8, 2015 by andelino

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An “expert” on the psychology of sex has “claimed” that not only does she expect having “sex with robots” to be socially “acceptable” by 2070, but it may be more popular than “intercourse” with humans.

While the notion has “dystopian” elements, Dr. Helen Driscoll of the University of Sunderland said that any “stigma” attached to “robophilia” could quickly dissipate.

“We tend to think about issues such as virtual reality and robotic sex within the context of current norms,” she told The Mirror.

“But if we think back to the social norms about sex that existed just 100 years ago, it is obvious that they have changed rapidly and radically.”

Given that “robots” could theoretically be programmed to be “down for whatever” and perform an infinite number of “positions and experiences,” it is very conceivable that “sex” with robots will become the most “popular” kind of sex.

“As virtual reality becomes more realistic and immersive and is able to mimic and even improve on the experience of sex with a human partner; it is conceivable that some will choose this in preference to sex with a less than perfect human being,” Dr. Driscoll added.

“People may also begin to fall in love with their virtual reality partners.”

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The impending “trend” is the subject of a lot of “fiction” being made of late, including the films “Ex Machina” and the Channel 4 TV series “Humans” which tend to “focus” on the negatives.

“This may seem shocking and unusual now, but we should not automatically assume that virtual relationships have less value than real relationships,” Dr Driscoll said.

“The fact is, people already fall in love with fictional characters though there is no chance to meet and interact with them.”

The idea of “humans” spending their time in virtual “environments” interacting with virtual “people” might seem psychologically “problematic,” but if the technology is “perfected,” Dr. Driscoll sees no reason why forming a “relationship” with a robot should be any different to “forming” one with a human.

“Currently the lack of human contact could be harmful. Humans are naturally sociable and a lack of human contact could lead to loneliness which is linked to various mental and physical health problems,” she said.

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“But, in the long term, technology may overcome these problems.”

“When eventually there are intelligent robots indistinguishable from humans – apart from their lack of bad habits, imperfections and need for investment – not only are we likely to choose them over ‘real’ humans but psychologically we will not suffer if we are not able to tell the difference.”

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Robot Birth…Will that be Natural or C-section?

I suspect the moment a women gets pounded “rhythmically and ruthlessly” 2000 times a second, while her robot companion simultaneously “vibrates” with the force of a pneumatic “drill” I can’t imagine any men to be very “appealing” after that.

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The good “news” is that after experiencing an earthquake type “orgasm” the robot will head “back” to the recharging “pod” leaving her “alone,” with all needs satisfied.

If robot “banging” is going to be the “in” thing to do in 50 years, you might as well “hop” in ahead of the trend and start buying stock in “Sex Robots.”

This is the “beginning” of routing out “civilization” of men kind.

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High Tech “sex robot” for the ultimate in male/female discreet satisfaction.

Sometime ago a robot passed the “Self Awareness” test, while last year a super-computer became the first to pass the “Turing Test” convincing humans it was also a human.

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1. Robots have abs literally of steel.
2. Robots personality can be programmed.
3. Robots have self-cleaning penises.
4. Robots never tire of listening to an argument.
5. Robots don’t cheat on you.

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Lopsided Outrage

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on September 1, 2015 by andelino

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We’ve seen lots of commentary on the lopsided outrage over the inhumane death of Cecil the Lion and how the incident has “inspired” far higher levels of “fervor and indignation” than the brutal systemic “barbarism” of the #PPSellsBabyParts controversy or the tragically unjust murder of Samuel Dubose.

At first, I was inclined to shrug off this claim, thinking, “You can feel pointed grief about one while still feeling empathy about the other.”

Or, “the facts of the Cecil case are perhaps clearer to more people.”

Or, “How can we be sure this imbalance actually exists?”

But alas, the social media “rants” and media “non-developments” of the past few weeks have only “continued” to confirm that the “reaction” we are witnessing is, indeed, “stemming” from some kind of distorted “social, moral, and spiritual” imagination.

This isn’t just about what is or isn’t “bubbling” up in the news cycle. It’s about what’s “brewing,” and in some cases, “festering” deep inside our hearts.

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Far from being simply an “imbalance” in attention, the armchair animal rights “slacktivists” routinely claim that the “death” of a lion is, in fact, more “tragic and unjust” than the rest, that “animals are different” because they can’t “defend” themselves, as opposed to “unborn” humans or an “unarmed” person.

They claim that killing an “animal” via the hunt is somehow more cruel than killing “babies” for the cause of “science” and “progress” or killing a person for the cause of “justice.”

The “irrationality” of those arguments is glaring, but even more “troubling” is the perverse “immorality” of the philosophy of “life” behind it.

God loves all his “creatures” and we ought to be careful to “care” for animals and be humane and faithful stewards, but on matters such as this, the basic “ethical” assumption simply can’t be “humans = animals,” or in the disturbing case of those others, “animals > humans.”

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Lion, elephants and buffalo on Robert Mugabe’s 91st birthday menu.

Perhaps the more helpful “corollary” to the Cecil affair is Zimbabwe itself, where Robert Mugabe rules with an “oppressive” hand, overseeing an “authoritarian” regime distinguished by “greed, torture, bloodshed, and defunct economic trickery.”

Real “human” people in Cecil’s own backyard are “suffering” tremendous pain, whether from “poverty, AIDS, prostitution, or the severe government intimidation” that perpetuates the cycle.

And yet it’s the particular “death” of a particular lion that “stirs” the masses. “Why?” we might ask?

Perhaps it’s more “convenient” to care about and confront an “incident” that doesn’t involve our fellow brothers and sisters and the “awful” things we do to each other.

Perhaps it’s less “intimidating” to pounce in the “frenzy and vent” Buzz Feed induced “angst” when we’re joined by a “foaming” media mob that’s “united” from Fox News to HuffPo to Daily Kos.

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Perhaps it’s easier to “care” for a distant lion than the “neighbor” in our own backyard, who is far more likely to “wrong, harm and hurt” us, then to challenge the “limits of our love and the depth of our selfishness.”

Any outrage can be “justified,” but as our culture supposedly evolves, our “passions” appear ever more “narrow,” ever more “disordered,” and ever more “sourced” from dirty, self-indulging, self-serving streams.

For whatever reason, it’s easier for us to elevate the dignity of a “lion” than it is to recognize, protect, and praise the dignity of a “man, woman, and child,” regardless of his or her country, class, race, age, criminality, or self-construed “viability.”

We are “created and called” to be image-bearers of God, and to “defend” the image and dignity of our neighbors — “to love, affirm, and relish their beauty, worth, and transcendent destiny.”

We should let that be the primary “driver” of our care, concern, and stewardship. Who knows. If we would stop averting our eyes from the “hunting” of humans, the excessive “pursuit” of lions may just take care of itself.

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