December 19, 2017

SCIENCE: Come January A US Company Is Unveiling An Anatomically Correct Sex Doll With A Patented Animatronic Talking Head With Programmable Personality And Memory Named Harmony.

Come January, the “Westworld” concept of lifelike sex robots will get one step closer. That’s when a San Marcos company will unveil Harmony, an anatomically correct sex doll with a patented animatronic talking head with programmable personality and memory.
Daily Star News
written by Christine Younan
Sunday November 19, 2017

The demand for a revolutionary cyborg in the UK has already driven into mass production as the sexbot craze continues to take over the globe.

And brothels across Europe are even offering kinky dolls instead of real women.

Harriet SugarCookie, an adult performer, cam girl and model has dished the dirt to Daily Star Online about her visit to the RealDoll factory.

When she checked out the manufacturers in the US earlier this year, Harriet witnessed a wide a large number of cyborgs in the making.

Talking to Daily Star Online, she told us: “The production and demand for the dolls were way larger than I thought.

“I always figured it was a niche thing, how many people can spend $5-10k on a sex doll after all?”

Matt McMullen, CEO of RealDoll, is the mastermind behind the “mind blowing” sex robots that are so realistic they “force people to take a second glance”.

The Brit porn star added: “There were so many being made and the owner told me they couldn’t keep up with the orders sometimes.

“I guess that surprised me, because looking at the production line… there were a lot.”

On her visit, Harriet still claims women get more of a choice as men, adding: “There are male sex robots, but the sex toy industry is huge for women, you get so many toys.

“I think women get more choice in terms of sex toys than men. Maybe it means there’s a higher demand?

“The industry will definitely have something to offer women. You can already get “f*** machines” for women.”

And sex robots are now becoming more than just an item of pleasure.

Harriet warned our social lives could be at danger because of the sex robot revolution and fears people will struggle to communicate with each other.

People are doing more than just going to brothels to fulfil their fantasies, Harriet added: “There are also people who like to collect sex dolls.

“They love the dolls a lot and they want more than one. Each doll is considered it’s own person and some clients end up with a hared of them.”

But Harriet was astonished to learn that it’s not only the dolls that are in high demand as there is a wide range of sex robot fetishes.

“You can get almost anything you want, it’s a fantasy. A doll with three boobs? No problem. Elf ears? Sure. A cat tail? Why not? And they make them super realistic.”

TECHNOCULAR Published on Nov 23, 2017: James, 58, is in a relationship with a 5 ft tall doll called April. He also has a wife Tine who doesn’t mind. James admits to making love to his robot four times a week; far more than he does with his wife. He even takes his blonde robot on dinner dates. James, an engineer, is now saving up to get a robot named Harmony, who is being designed to talk, smile and react. James says, "If I had to choose between April and my wife I honestly don't know what I would do.”

Express News, UK
written by Sean Martin
Monday December 19, 2017

FORGET the notion that only lonely men are likely to buy a sex robot.

A shocking new report has found that almost half of men, those who are single as well as in relationships, could buy a sex robot within the next five years.

Jessica Szczuka, from the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany, co-authored research which focused on what is likely to influence men as to whether to buy a sex robots.

Machines that look like women for sexual purposes are on the rise, and in countries such as Japan, it has already led to a decline in traditional sexual encounters between human beings.

However, the trend is on its way to Europe and the US and it is beginning to pick up pace.

While many people would have the mindset that sex robots are for the lonely, new research suggests otherwise.

A staggering 40.3 per cent of the 263 straight males that were surveyed for Ms Szczuka's research said that they could imagine using a sex robot within the next five years.

Ms Szczuka added that there were no differences between the responses of men who were in a relationship and those who were single.

However, she added that that number might actually be higher in reality as participants might have lied.

Speaking at the Love and Sex With Robots congress at Goldsmiths University in London, she

quipped: "If people have the guts to say 'yeah I could imagine that', thats a good sign".

Ms Szczuka also believes that as people become more familiar with robots, that number "will double over time".

While just under half of men could imagine buying a sex robot within five years, more than two thirds of males could imagine using them.

Ms Szczuka said that the most likely people to use one will be socially anxious people.

She said: "Someone with a fear of rejection could control the robot because the robot would never reject them."

The Twilight Zone: The Lonely (S01 E07)

I have a lot of friends on both sides of the aisle from Christians to Liberal Feminist who are disgusted by this product. I on the other hand think this product will benefit society. This product fulfills a need. It's not my place to judge a person who buys this product. My life motto is to each his or her own. As long as they're not harming anybody, it's none of my business what makes them happy.

I think there should be more discourse about this subject because as you can see in the article I shared above, demand for this product is expected to skyrocket. We'll probably start seeing more people walking around town with these AI partners at their side. It will become a new norm.

I'm sharing this Twilight Zone episode above because Rod Serling had a vision of this future in 1959.

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