heavy-handed tone to start thinking about where we’re headed and more importantly…why.
represents further evidence of female objectification in every nook and cranny of our pop culture media cacophony, imho.
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.
As we ramp up toward Valentine’s Day, evidently some will stumble into looking for love in all the wrong places, according to PCAdvisor who is bracing for an attack of the “flirt bots.” Flirt bots have made their first reappearance since 2007’s “cyberlover” malware spree, so be wary of amorous advances and flattering cam coaxing, kiddies.
The idea is that men don’t just want to have sex, they want to talk to a person as well.
Men can create a “dream personality” for their robot, and talk to them afterwards. Are we really shifting from real relationships to virtual ones with robots?
A note to all the guys out there: If you want to meet women and have satisfying, intimate, mature expieriences and relationships with them where you have great sex and also great communication, do not buy a sex doll that can pretend to talk to you. I hope not, but I want to hear what others opinions are as well. Dan is a teen advocate for comprehensive sex education based in North Carolina, a blogger, music lover, and high school activist.
Dan’s insightful, very REAL questions about objectification, sexuality, and futuristic digital spheres strikes the perfect humorous vs.Here are my thoughts on sex robots: It takes the human joy of sexuality out of sexual intercourse, and it is not a healthy form of sexual expression.Having sex with a simulation of a woman is not an ok substitute for having sex with someone you respect.IF you cannot get the embedded video to work, you can watch the clip here).Because, as Colbert said, Touche, Stephen…I am LMAO, if I dare use a acronym such as that in a blog post.