I find the most illustrative debate points revolve around the appearance of the bots. The most raucous denunciations are drawn when a purchaser seeks to commission a bot that looks like a child.
The curious thing about this is that a bot is a machine….not a child..it just looks like a child. If an owner masturbates with the assistance of a small bot, no child is molested, no child is abused, no crime committed, yet the howls of derision are more fierce than an bot enthusiast ordered a bot designed to appear dead…so he can enjoy simulated necrophilic relations with it.
Can anyone describe why using a child-sized bot is any worse than using a full sized bot?
I’m not so sure. First of all, technology advances very quickly, at times, and our time in the Uncanny Valley might well be drawing to an end. Second, once sexbots become an actual reality, people will slowly get used to the idea, just as they did with every other kind of consumer technology that seemed useless playthings, like those little portable phones no one can live without anymore.
“Although 18- to 34-year-olds were somewhat more open to the idea than their boomer parents.”
Seriously? The study was in 2017, when the baby boomer age range was 53-71.
Blah, blah de blahblahblah. All I want from a sex robot is to make me a sandwich when I’m done.
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