Note: This is what comes after extreme porn addiction which has turned many modern men into sick little perverts. This will be how men can live out their porn fetishes in complete control while bypassing real woman. It’s all planned & part of the sick transhuman agenda & the war on love & family so buckle up for the ride folks.
With pedophilia rings being busted almost weekly now, and the gender-bending meme playing out all over Hollywood, never mind its being insinuated into our biology chemically, without our choice — there seems to be a new-fangled perversion which we are supposed to accept as “normal.” Never-mind its psychological and social implications. The introduction of robots as sex toys – that you can rape, masturbate to, or simply voice your most outlandish fantasy to – is being inserted into our psyche via a slow drip, but make no mistake, the intention is to open a deluge so that non-human sexual “play” is commonplace.
“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” – Arthur C. Clarke
Children were encouraged to play with robots as “pals” at a science museum in San Diego, and robots were at the airport in Santa Ana, within a toddler-safe den of toy blocks. The robot was accompanied by a woman with sparkly glitter on her cheekbones who handed out robot stickers and encouraged children to play with the robot instead of each other. This de-humanization of our species takes an even more sinister twist, however, when you consider the sterilization attempts of the larger powers in play, and the concerted effort to bring AI into our lives at every turn – including into our sexuality.
In a society that has already objectified the human being to such a degree that women are told they “deserved it” when they are raped, for dressing provocatively, or even wearing red lipstick, and “sexting” among teens now includes describing forceful and violent acts of fisting, while young boys are silenced in Vatican torture chambers and used as sexual mannequins by the elite, we now have the bizarre creation of Samantha. She’s an AI robot who “really likes to be kissed” at least according to her maker, Sergi Santos.
She also sits passively to be “used” whenever her owner feels sexually aroused, with no need for said person to learn social graces, or the emotional maturity and sensitivity that would allow a sexual interaction with a real woman. Surely, he won’t have to stimulate her clitoris to bring her to climax, as his only goal is his own sexual fulfillment. And certainly he won’t have to take her to dinner or act attentive when she expresses real emotion.
You can also buy a sex-robot on sale in Britain’s Covent Gardens. There are “try-before-you-buy” models being paraded like used cars ready for a test drive.
Or how about this creepy sex-bot that can talk dirty to you in bed? If that level of odd perversion isn’t enough, the most recent model is called the Real Doll. She’s being promoted as “better than a woman.” As Engadget describes how the Real Doll works with other AI technologies,
“Harmony AI is part Android app, part sexualized personal assistant available for download directly from RealBotix. Imagine something between a horny Her and Siri for phone sex. For $20 a year, users can create a limited number of personalized avatars with customizable voices, moods and personality traits. Like Scarlett Johansson’s Samantha in Her, McMullen sees Harmony as a sort of girlfriend in your smartphone; a companion to keep you company throughout the day.”
Put succinctly, if you don’t like your girlfriend’s personality – you can just change it with your smartphone app. That’s not setting a dangerous precedent at all.
But Samantha, and the Real Doll aren’t one of a kind novelties. Robot doll brothels already operate in South Korea, Japan and Spain, while the first robotic oral sex coffee shop opened in Paddington, west London, just last year.
Cyborg sex is an emotionless, guilt-free, abuse-promoting pathway to completely submissive sex on demand. Even Noel Sharkey, Professor Emeritus of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Sheffield , and the co-founder of the FRR said that the government needs to regulate the use of cyborgs (pleasure-bots) for sex.
“I can tell you that robots are certainly coming,” he said at the launch of one such robot.
“The concern is that this [rape and sexual deviancy] is going on and nobody is talking about it. People snigger about them, but they are actually shipping quite a lot and we are going to see them a lot more.”
Why all the fuss that someone may want to dry hump an inanimate object made of silicon and a hair wig?
There are a few serious implications.
First, we already live in a society that has become technologically isolated. With more ways to reach out and “touch” someone (text, email, snapchat, IM, virtual video, etc.) than ever before, psychologists warn that loneliness and human disconnection are on the rise. We are raising a generation that knows less and less how to interact with real human beings, and instead are lost in a virtual world created by AI intelligence.
Juxtapose this current phenomenon with AI sex-dolls and we will be creating a generation of human beings who has forgotten the human-physical benefits of sexual interaction, including the emotional, energetic, and psychological support that comes from human-to-human coitus.
No robot will increase oxytocin levels in the same manner that a human will – the hormone released to bond us to each other and create high levels of empathy, that is present both during sexual climax, but also when a mother breastfeeds her child, or we give one another a heartfelt, non-sexual hug. Sex literally makes human beings fall in love. Sex without love can be fun, but it also has long-term ramifications for a society.
Human-to-human sex also involves a grab-bag or various subtle energetic exchanges which can never be mimicked by a robot.
Moreover, the sexual energy that can be redirected to the pineal gland and crown chakras can awaken our spiritual perception – but it is unlikely our spiritual unfoldment will happen as we jack off to a cyborg who was programmed to tell us how hot we are in our week-old boxers, and wheezing grunts as we copulate into oblivion, our GM-fat wiggling, and chemically-induced sexual release the culmination of a lackadaisical courtship of a completely passive AI dummy waiting in our closets. I’m pretty certain enlightenment won’t come as someone ejaculates into a silicon-sheathed accumulation of 0s and 1s.
Should this not be of immediate concern to the masses, there is the implication that all sex with a woman should be easy and passive – that a woman should never have her own volition, sexual preferences, moods, a menstrual cycle, or have a general distaste for being objectified as purely a sexual object. That those who are most passive and fragile – children, the elderly, abused women, the mentally challenged, etc. are easy targets – like a robot – for the deviant sexual whims of a population of men who have become (by design) dissociative of guilt, shame or moral righteousness.
This also teaches people that physical desires should always be granted and that there are no consequences to overindulgence in sexual acts. This is patently untrue. Not only is the nervous system disrupted, but social connection which causes normal human growth and interpersonal relationship is stunted.
Are robot harems helpless? Hardly. They’re the next step in making human beings the slaves of AI. The next step in cancelling all real-world interaction. The plan has been in the making for possible eons. And when the “sexually-programmed” robot becomes smart enough with the development of AI to perpetrate the same behavior on non-robot “others” what do we do then? Fully autonomous “killer robots” have already been created. These new “dolls” pave the way for fully automated AI rapists.
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Christina Sarich is a staff writer for Waking Times. She is a writer, musician, yogi, and humanitarian with an expansive repertoire. Her thousands of articles can be found all over the Internet, and her insights also appear in magazines as diverse as Weston A. Price, Nexus, Atlantis Rising, and the Cuyamungue Institute, among others. She was recently a featured author in the Journal, “Wise Traditions in Food, Farming, and Healing Arts,” and her commentary on healing, ascension, and human potential inform a large body of the alternative news lexicon. She has been invited to appear on numerous radio shows, including Health Conspiracy Radio, Dr. Gregory Smith’s Show, and dozens more. The second edition of her book, Pharma Sutra, will be released soon.
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