Should we ban sex robots while we have the chance?
From our ever popular series, Questions in Guardian headlines we can answer.
If men (and it will be men – even the few male sex dolls produced by Abyss Creations every year are generally shipped to male customers) become used to having sex with synthetic companions that are programmed to meet their most precise specifications, how will they then interact with real women who have the inconvenience of having their own idiosyncrasies and free will?
Perhaps the most important question to ask is why there is a market for sex robots in the first place. Why do some people find the idea of a partner without autonomy so attractive?
Dunno love but if it’s modern men refusing to have sex with modern women then I’d probably start my investigation by asking what is it about modern women driving the refusal?