Sex Robots are becomingly realistic and acceptable, especially in Japan where they are even being paraded like real people in public places. In a country like Japan, with already sharply declining population, one wonders if any babies will be made at all, if everyone is procreating with machines…or is something more disturbing in the works: Will we see natural conception, gestation and birth replaced with something else? I see a connection between Transhuman and Transgender, and I believe that an agenda has been in the works for some time now.
Swiss artist HR Giger, most famous for his work on the “Alien” movie franchise, openly flaunted his satanic and Illuminati connections, and all his work featured a signature “bio-mechanical” style in conjunction with explicit sexual themes. was Giger hinting at the agenda unfolding here and now?
Cliched as it may be, the future is here; we can and should talk about reality. Within a matter of decades we’ve become entirely reliant on technology and robots are increasingly part of our everyday lives. Now it is estimated that realistic sex robots will become more common within a decade.
There are currently four manufacturers making life-like robotic dolls worldwide, but experts predict that in coming decades they could become widespread, used not just as a fetish, but for sexual therapy and as companions for lonely, disabled or older people…
But what happens when machines start contributing to the objectification of women too?
There’s also a real worry that people will abuse robots assigned human traits – whether it be in a sexual or physical way. Whitby thinks it’s a legitimate concern: “Will people mistreat robots? Oh yes, I’m sure. The reason I’m sure is because they already do. The way people first meet artificial intelligence is in a character in a video game that they’re shooting at.”
THOUSANDS of Japanese men are turning their backs on real women and choosing ultra-realistic sex dolls as their life partners, it emerged today.
More than 2,000 of the scarily real silicone dolls – called Dutch Wives – are sold each year in Japan at the cost of about £4,600, industry insiders have confirmed. And sales are rising every year.
A love affair with the silicon sex machines is becoming increasingly acceptable. Owners have no qualms about taking their rubber companions to the park or the beach.
1978, Star trek the Motion Picture, human “joins” with android to create new life form “possibly the next step in our Evolution”