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The Sex Robot Revolution
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The Illuminati are at it again. This time they are using the one thing that every human craves: Sex.  As we enter into another year, technology has come out with “Sexbots that will be customized to love us, acquire deep knowledge of us as part of the self-customization process and will be able to suffer.”

While this might make your eyes light up and quickly rush to the website to purchase one, there are some things you should keep in mind.

1. We know cameras and voice recorders have been placed in our phones,  t.v.s, refrigerators, and even the wiring in our homes, just to name a few.  This robot could (and I bet they would) have the technology inside to "acquire deep knowledge" of us and report it back to Big Brother, much more than their current level of surveillance.

2. It will "be able to suffer". This will take away the human's need to feel empathy and connect with our "partner" on an intimate level. This in turn will disconnect us from being truly human, putting us one step closer to becoming robots ourselves.

While this may sound like every person's dream relationship/partner, realize it is a dangerous weapon being placed in plane sight to help control humanity in the long run. Think about that before you support this with your money.

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Quote:2018 was an eventful year for the sex robot industry, with robot brothels expanding from Europe to North America, the introduction of robot strippers, and legislative action against “Pedophilic Robots.” But, will 2019 take us one year closer to a sex robot revolution?

At the start of 2018, in January, a Bloomberg writer predicted sex robots could make men obsolete, and even spoke about the possibility of gifting a sex robot to her daughter.

“I think it’s the men who should be worried. It’s entirely possible that robots can outperform them,” expressed Cathy O’Neil in the Bloomberg article, titled, “Maybe Sex Robots Will Make Men, Not Women, Obsolete.”

“Perhaps it’s time for a Big Think. Are women not as capable as men of crude objectification? There’s room here for everyone’s impure thoughts and desires. Robots don’t discriminate, and they can probably give good massages,” she proclaimed. “Don’t get me wrong, I have a good husband. I doubt I would trade in. But if I had a daughter, I might consider giving her a robot as a college graduation present. Preferably one who can do the dishes and guard the door.”

In the same month, a pair of robot strippers performed at a Las Vegas gentleman’s club, and Californian sex robot company Realbotix expressed interest in creating a transgender sex robot, with the company’s A.I. head proclaiming, “We do believe there is a market not only for transgender, but for any other sexual preferences of gender,” and adding that it is “not out of our plans.”

In March, the president of a sex doll manufacturing company claimed sex dolls and robots would be better for children than pornography, and a sex doll brothel in Barcelona, Spain, introduced its first male sex doll for “curious” customers.

Members of Congress also made moves in March to ban the importation of “Pedophilic Robots” from the United States, with the Curbing Realistic Exploitative Electronic Pedophilic Robots (CREEPER) Act — which received thirty-one co-sponsors.

“When I saw articles on the issues of child sex dolls abroad, I knew I had to act immediately to stop the proliferation of them within the United States,” declared Rep. Dan Donovan (R-NY). “These dolls are being shipped here now. The ability to obtain child sex dolls needs to be stopped immediately… You don’t give an alcoholic a bottle of liquor… Once a child sex abuser tires of practicing on a doll, it’s a small step to move on to an innocent child.”

Yes, there's that too; feeding a child sex abuser's inner hunger until he decides he wants the real thing. 

This can only go one way, and I don't see it being good.

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#2
For those with less finances to acquire the wonders of these disgusting objects, here's a
instructional video to assist.

Just tell them you're Larry Dickman.



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#3
More meaningless indulgence from people who think the world is a movie-set. And their penchant
for making up words for this sh*t... it's like a child who struggles with learning their language.

Quote:‘Digisexuals’ demand HUMAN RIGHTS enshrined by UN to have sex with AI robots

Tech-savvy “digisexuals” who lust after AI software and realistic robots are demanding human rights.

'An emerging sexual identity known as “digisexuality” is said to be gaining traction among open-minded
youngsters in Britain, Japan, Russia and the United States. 

Research by academics Neil McArthur and Markie Twist, who co-authored a paper titled “The Rise of
Digisexuality”, suggests the trend is becoming more commonplace. These digisexuals are forgoing humans
in favour of intimate, and even sexual, relationships with advanced computer software and lifelike robots,
according to Markie and McArthur.

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One digisexual Akihiko Kondo, a 35-year-old school administrator who married a virtual reality singer in Japan,
deems himself to be sexual minority facing discrimination. For those who identity as digisexuals, Markie and
McArthur believe they may be resistance akin to the pushback against other sexual minorities such as homo,
trans, and bisexuals...'

I just hope nobody thinks for one moment you're promoting your paper on how talking vaginas and smiling dildos
are the way of the future. Can these devices propagate the next generation of humans or are these big-boobed
monstrosities merely toys for the dweebs who can't get girlfriends?

Quote:'...Pressuring for human rights protections could be one way in which digisexuals attempt to achieve recognition. 
The campaign, it seems, has already begun online. “I think we are moving towards a system that grants broad
sexual freedom and recognises the value of alternative sexual identities in general,” Dr McArthur, a philosophy
professor at the University of Manitoba, told Daily Star Online. 
“Canada and the Nordic countries are the leaders at this but the rest of Europe and America are not far behind.”...'

Oh well, that makes me feel much better. I suppose those in these countries who struggle to pay for such appliances
will have to stick with the old 'sex-phone' system, another genuine way of venting one's lust!

Quote:'...Markie, a sex education expert and family studies professor at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, said digisexuals
could “possibly” start to agitate for equality of recognition and rights in the same way other sexual identities have. 
She said some people “are also fighting in anticipation for robots to have rights as well”...'

Yeah...? What about hammers? They never get represented in any la-de-da outage thesis. I've heard talk that
toasters may go out on strike for recognition too.

Quote:'...She showed Daily Star Online a T-shirt emblazoned with the slogan “digisexual rights are human”, for sale on
Amazon for $19.97, as an example...'

It'll be interesting to see if The Daily Star are on any kick-back for advertising these T-shirts!

Quote:'...Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms to which all humans are entitled regardless of who they are. 
They include, but are not limited to, the right to life, liberty, and property, freedom of expression, pursuit of happiness
and equality before the law...'

Oh my, that's Rubber-Rachel out the window then. It seems one has to be human.
(This isn't an anniversary-thing about Robin Williams, is it? He voiced the 'Dr. Know' character in A.I and was the
butler in 'Bicentennial Man')

Quote:'...The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDRH), a historic treaty adopted by the United Nations in 1948, was the
first international agreement on the basic principles of human rights. 
In the UK, human rights are protected by the Human Rights Act 1998, legislation based on the European Convention
on Human Rights (ECHR).

McArthur said he does not believe there will be any need for specific protections “within a broadly tolerant legal and
social system”. In less tolerant countries, however, McArthur said “there will be stigma”, especially among older people. 
He said: “Anything to do with sex and technology makes people panic. 
He said: “Many people are also very uncomfortable with the idea of alternative sexual identities.”...'

Aaah, this might be a Furrie-thing, the idea of wearing an animal costume and using the sex-robot subject as a cover.
Yer' gotta watch out for those Furries, they're deviants!

Quote:'...Markie, a licensed marriage and family therapist, said people already “speak and comment of these digisexuals in
primarily disparaging ways”. In their paper, McArthur and Twist explain why, according to their research, digisexuality
has changed society in two distinct waves.

The “first wave” is characterised by people using technology such dating apps, online porn or electronic dildos to
fulfill their sexual desires in a practical way. 

In the “second wave”, meaningful relationships between humans and immersive technologies such as virtual reality
and have become more commonplace...'

'Meaningful relationships'...? With a piece of plastic. You know, they actually pay people to talk this way!
And you spelled 'fulfil' wrong.

Quote:'...Sex robots fit into the second wave of digisexuality, Dr McArthur, director of the University of Manitoba’s centre for
professional and applied ethics, said. “Sex robots are the easiest form of second wave digisexuality for people to
get their heads around, because they are such a common feature of movies and television, and we think we know
what a sex robot would look and act like,” he said. 

“I think they may actually prove to be one of the last forms of this technology to come to market. “They’re still coming,
but they may ultimately not quite be like Jude Law in AI.”...'
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Except one is a fictional movie to entertain, the other is the failings from a liberal sex education progam that turned
normal young people into introverted cry-babies that think f*cking is the only thing in a relationship.
Just who are the robots today?!


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(01-01-2019, 07:27 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: The Illuminati are at it again. This time they are using the one thing that every human craves: Sex.  As we enter into another year, technology has come out with “Sexbots that will be customized to love us, acquire deep knowledge of us as part of the self-customization process and will be able to suffer.”

While this might make your eyes light up and quickly rush to the website to purchase one, there are some things you should keep in mind.

1. We know cameras and voice recorders have been placed in our phones,  t.v.s, refrigerators, and even the wiring in our homes, just to name a few.  This robot could (and I bet they would) have the technology inside to "acquire deep knowledge" of us and report it back to Big Brother, much more than their current level of surveillance.

2. It will "be able to suffer". This will take away the human's need to feel empathy and connect with our "partner" on an intimate level. This in turn will disconnect us from being truly human, putting us one step closer to becoming robots ourselves.

While this may sound like every person's dream relationship/partner, realize it is a dangerous weapon being placed in plane sight to help control humanity in the long run. Think about that before you support this with your money.

[Image: Fashion-Maya2-1-640x480.jpg]

Quote:2018 was an eventful year for the sex robot industry, with robot brothels expanding from Europe to North America, the introduction of robot strippers, and legislative action against “Pedophilic Robots.” But, will 2019 take us one year closer to a sex robot revolution?

At the start of 2018, in January, a Bloomberg writer predicted sex robots could make men obsolete, and even spoke about the possibility of gifting a sex robot to her daughter.

“I think it’s the men who should be worried. It’s entirely possible that robots can outperform them,” expressed Cathy O’Neil in the Bloomberg article, titled, “Maybe Sex Robots Will Make Men, Not Women, Obsolete.”

“Perhaps it’s time for a Big Think. Are women not as capable as men of crude objectification? There’s room here for everyone’s impure thoughts and desires. Robots don’t discriminate, and they can probably give good massages,” she proclaimed. “Don’t get me wrong, I have a good husband. I doubt I would trade in. But if I had a daughter, I might consider giving her a robot as a college graduation present. Preferably one who can do the dishes and guard the door.”

In the same month, a pair of robot strippers performed at a Las Vegas gentleman’s club, and Californian sex robot company Realbotix expressed interest in creating a transgender sex robot, with the company’s A.I. head proclaiming, “We do believe there is a market not only for transgender, but for any other sexual preferences of gender,” and adding that it is “not out of our plans.”

In March, the president of a sex doll manufacturing company claimed sex dolls and robots would be better for children than pornography, and a sex doll brothel in Barcelona, Spain, introduced its first male sex doll for “curious” customers.

Members of Congress also made moves in March to ban the importation of “Pedophilic Robots” from the United States, with the Curbing Realistic Exploitative Electronic Pedophilic Robots (CREEPER) Act — which received thirty-one co-sponsors.

“When I saw articles on the issues of child sex dolls abroad, I knew I had to act immediately to stop the proliferation of them within the United States,” declared Rep. Dan Donovan (R-NY). “These dolls are being shipped here now. The ability to obtain child sex dolls needs to be stopped immediately… You don’t give an alcoholic a bottle of liquor… Once a child sex abuser tires of practicing on a doll, it’s a small step to move on to an innocent child.”

Yes, there's that too; feeding a child sex abuser's inner hunger until he decides he wants the real thing. 

This can only go one way, and I don't see it being good.

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MW has hit the nail on the head, as they say. Problem is tec has moved so fast that social restraints and norms cant keep up with the changes.
There is also another problem, if you use a sex doll and get an STD because it was not cleaned, or get burns because the wrong cleaning fluid was used who is to blame ??
Do you need to use a condom with a sex doll ??
I think it would be wise to use condoms with it if you use a "public" doll.
Now what about religion, can you use a condom or even have sex with a sex doll, since most religions, RC and islam forbid out of marriage sex.
Is sex with a sex doll the same as been unfaithful ? or is it basically the same as a hand job ??
So many questions
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#5
The idea of using these machines for monitoring purposes will be easily accepted as long as
the established media push it in their light-weight playful terms.
As Mystic pointed out, the public actually pay to have devices that track their habits and listen
into their privacy. A few decades ago, we'd have laughed at the idea.

The whole concept is demeaning to women and it's so apparent by the lack of protest to these
articles, that most of what we discuss is media-driven and probably approved by the LGBTQ
community.

If men wish to stick their dicks into -what equates to a doe-eyed hard-drive with channel-knobs
stuck on its cover, then I'm sure it leaves spaces in the social forums for those who like to wear
neon paint at rallies and shriek that lesbianism will save Mother Earth.

Stick a pair of inflated rubber-gloves on an Amazon Alexa and eh presto, you've got one of these
lust depositories.
tinyhuh

Caveat -(Other CIA listening-bugs are also available)
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So true BIAD, but its going to happen and nothing we can do will stop it. The best we can hope for is to have the laws and social constraints in place before it all gets out of control
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(02-17-2019, 02:51 PM)Wallfire Wrote: So true BIAD, but its going to happen and nothing we can do will stop it. The best we can hope for is to have the laws and social constraints in place before it all gets out of control

If you excuse the drama, this dated BBC 'Tomorrow's World' programme just shows how our perception
of talking to each other has changed and who -in the UK, were heavily involved in taking the permission
of private communication away from the callers/listeners, to those who had the power to do so.

1979.


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