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Freaky sex robot is really unnerving

Freaky sex robot is really unnerving

Science fiction movie characters are becoming realities. Now artists have also started to work on such ideas. A French artist, has designed a “female” sex robot out of 3D technology; it is his vision of a futuristic sex toy for lonely men (may be?).

The freaky sex robot is really unnerving as it is nothing like those rubber dolls sold at the sex shops; it rather looks like a woman and has all the organs(?) that would excite a man. The sex robot has a body made out of synthetic material probably to give the soft touch of female skin. With it, it has a range of other features that can satisfy men sexually.

Shaped like a woman, the sex robot looks attractive; its internal mechanism seems to be complicated as it has been revealed in moviepilot.com. There are circuits and wires, motor and simulators inside the body that react to sensations it receives from its “male” counterpart. The robot is more of an artistic expression of its creator rather than an actual working machine; the other factor that one must keep in mind is that this is not the first ever sex robot created by scientists on earth.

The very idea of a “sex robot” is ridiculous and seems to be a choice for a perverted person. There is no sexual enjoyment neither for a male nor for a female if there’s no affection between the two. The act of sex begins in the mind first and the human bodies just follow the inclination of the mind.

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One Response to “Freaky sex robot is really unnerving”
  1. Bobby Smith says:

    “There is no sexual enjoyment neither for a male nor for a female if there’s no affection between the two. The act of sex begins in the mind first and the human bodies just follow the inclination of the mind.”

    What the fuck is WRONG with you? Sorry you’re so uptight… I have affection for my vibrator, it GIVES ME SEXUAL PLEASURE. Idiot.

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