Posted: Wed, February 13, 2013 | By: DEBATE
People today regularly get augmentation to be sexier - that’s why breast enhancement and other cosmetic surgeries are a booming business.
In the future, will radical bio-interventions succeed or fail based largely on their sex appeal? Will human sexual preferences evolve in unforeseen ways, into factions that do-or-don’t like radical modifications?
For example, Aimee Mullins has no lower legs - made out of flesh. Instead she has numerous other legs made out of various materials.
Are her metal legs… sexually interesting?
In the photos below, is Aimee most alluring when her legs look “fleshy” or when they look “robotic”?
In the future, will people that are heavily-upgraded with non-human body parts be seen as more desirable? Or not?
Will erotic turn-ons that are viewed today as marginal fetishes - become mainstream? Will unmodified bodies be regarded as boring, and ugly?
ps. If women don’t appeal to you… do you…fantacize about Oscar Pastorius? who has said,
You are not disabled by your disabilities, but able by your abilities.
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