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Sexbots Will Give Us Longevity Orgasms

Posted: Sun, December 02, 2012 | By: Hank Pellissier

Sexbots are coming, and we will cum with them. Three times a week or whatever our physician / longevity coach recommends. Because orgasms — especially the hormone-exploding O’s we’ll eventually enjoy with carnal cyborgs — are excellent for mental and physical health.

This article has Six Sexbot Photos and One Sexbot Video - to read it CLICK HERE



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By Robby Artist on Nov 21, 2012 at 10:28pm

If a robot can do all this, it can also work on an assembly line and in fields and down drains etc etc.
They can also make other robots and dig up landfill sites for recyling.
If there’s no work to do and everything that needs doing is being done by robots that cost the price of a washing machine, capitalism as we know it is over.

By simoncz on Nov 24, 2012 at 12:38pm

Masturbation and imagination are free.

Btw outside of visual recognition and linguistic AI, we have the tech to make these doohickies right now

By Otis Wang on Nov 24, 2012 at 6:35pm

I’ve been both thinking about this future and masturbating.  The article confirms that my activities are healthy and trendsetting so I applaud.  Keep up the good work!

By Soul Catcher on Nov 25, 2012 at 7:37pm

I disagree with the author. If robots can be our perfect lovers and friends, with superior intellect and sexual prowess, why would we want an imperfect human ? Just to feel average and in the “human condition” again? Unlikely.

This author is too optimistic and naive to realise the devastating and game changing potential this tech means to society. The reason he can’t see it is because nothing like this has ever happened. Hence the effects are unprecedented.

By Jake The Muss on Jan 22, 2013 at 4:40am

Complex issues, complex life, complex technology and complex human beings. How can the future be simple? For sure the past has never been simple!

By Francis Estrand on Feb 12, 2013 at 6:36pm

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