With technology advancing so quickly, it won’t be long before we have sex robots which seem almost identicle to humans. Is this a good or bad thing?
I think realistic sex dolls would be very useful for men and women who can’t find decent attractive partners. It would reduce the amount of unhappy couples who are with each other out of desperation.
I’m not a psychologist so I couldn’t say how mentally healthy (or not) treating a robot as a sexual partner would be. I think it would be useful to hear some professional unbiased opinions on this.
I was going to post a link but just google "sex robot"You can get one for about $4k. I think the one for $40 is probably just a doll. I havent studied people interested in this kind of thing but my best guess would be little interest in living breathing females.NOt sure it would affect us women much.@Ellatynemouth in another search sparked by these kinds of questions I have found people that are concerned about right of sex worker robots.
If people want to delude themselves with fake intimacy, that's up to them. The whole thing stinks of misogyny and seems to be a natural extension of some men's views about women being objects.
And no doubt, these sex robots will be designed for men. Not women.
And I challenge men to question how they would feel if male versions of such robots were made for women.
Imagine if some women enjoyed abusing their male sex robots - again how would they feel. Could the term 'misandry' be applied?
And just to make things more disturbing, there are child sex dolls...