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The robot just lies there, in a submissive position, and does nothing. I have nothing against men or women being sexual, and sex toys that help people masturbate or pleasure a partner are not wrong. Or is it a way for men to get all the “perks” of sexual intercourse without the messy ordeal of dealing with another person?I think it is something closer to the latter, and Colbert makes this point nicely in the above video. This is an experimental web portal, where open-minded and kinky people like you can share their dirty talikng, secret desires, sex fantasies, concerns and exciting stories.You can read what other people wrote and you can also write something about yourself.”‘targeting’ kids, but they’re getting splashed in the backwash of behavioral messaging.Figure for every teen swigging alcopops and energy drinks in wannabe style, there’s another buying into the beer-n-babes positioning, taking cues from this Heineken ‘hiney’ messaging on how to treat, view and ogle females.”My Thoughts On Sex Robots by Dan Jubelirer (published on Amplify Jan 12, 2010) On last nights’ show, Colbert covered the invention of a sex robot that has touch sensors and the ability to download different personalities.By removing the actual woman from the whole experience, sex dolls are the realization of a society that too often ignores the person part of a woman, and only focuses on the sexual parts.Furthermore, it reinforces heteronormativity the only type of sex that happens is one man and one woman.

The other issue that comes to mind is the sex with the robot itself. The SF Chronicle has a great article about this if you want to read more…(Note, the above video above is short and hilarious, please watch it.IF you cannot get the embedded video to work, you can watch the clip here).Some show humanity ascending with hope and promise, others pose tough ethical quandries and feel like we’re even devolving in some ways…From tacky Stepford-style sexism and objectification weirdness to the brilliance of youth innovation and the first ever annual National Robotics Week …it’s pretty easy to see how robotics and technology past, present and future are making an impact, for better AND for worse.

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