You would think with all the electrical wiring and turning gears, people would be more cautious about having sex with a robot. Wouldn’t it be like poking your finger into a light socket, but much, much worse?
In this age of technology, the sex industry has seen incredible advancement. Back in the dark ages people had to go out to a club and try to be attractive or interesting to get laid. Not any more! We now have sex-bots, who we don’t have to woo to get in their pants. We just have to literally “turn them on.”
Many people in the sex robot industry claim that they are creating healthy companions for lonely people. However, the medical community has some differing opinions, as they can find no evidence to suggest having sex with a machine is good for you.
USA Today reports: There’s no evidence showing how the dolls impact health, according to Susan Bewley, an obstetrician at King’s College London and Chantal Cox-George, a doctor at St. George’s University Hospitals, also in the British capital. The two analyzed medical journals and general online searches for any primary data relating to health aspects of sex robots and came up short.
“There are a number of health claims being made, but without foundation,” Bewley told USA TODAY.
The report, published in BMJ (formerly the British Medical Journal) Sexual and Reproductive Health, examined if sex robots promote safer sex, have therapeutic value, or have potential to treat pedophiles and sex offenders, as some creators have claimed. It found that all of these theories have not been proven.
Of course, this leads you to wonder how they tested these theories. Did anyone involved in this study physically get in bed with a robot? After all, the phrase is “don’t knock it ’till you try it.”
“We call for more research in this sphere,” the report states. “Future health studies might include medical observations, case reports, and measurement of visual and neural responses of users, alongside evidence of the impact of robots, and sexbots in particular, in the education, criminal justice and social science sectors.”
Riiiggghhhttt… more “research” into sex-bots. You pervy doctors, you!
Ok, so maybe having sex with a robot isn’t completely satisfying. Maybe people should try having relationships with them, instead of it just being a pure sex thing? Take your ro out for dinner some night, maybe go dancing? Treat It can only strengthen your relationship if you put some work into it!