Robot Sex May Make Us Better In Bed
Long Story Short
According to RealDoll CEO Matt McMullen, sex with robots will be “mind-blowing,” and it could even improve your life in the bedroom, making you more adventurous. Oh yeah, and you can seduce the robots, too.
The future of sex never looked so…adventurous?
Instead of producing the same old depressing blow-up doll, RealDoll CEO Matt McMullen is in the robot business, and it’s expected to soar in the next few decades.
McMullen insists that sex with robots, which is expected to overtake human intercourse by around 2050, will be “mind-blowing” due to the amount of possibilities one has with their specific “toy.”
These robots, which bare an uncanny resemblance to human beings, are unfortunately expected to replace human relationships, but McMullen thinks otherwise. He believes that these bots will not only help people spice up their love life, but he also suggests the robots will help your performance in the bedroom.
McMullen’s San Francisco-based firm sells the dolls for $5,000 each.
This is where it gets creepy, though…
The company recently launched a project harnessing Al to create sexbots capable of talking to their owners in both romantic and entertaining ways. They even come equipped with customizable personalities, too, meaning owners can interact with the robot — seducing, charming and chatting with them.
“It’s going to be an amazing new experience that no one has ever had before,” McMullen said. “We’re trying to create the desire to have sex beyond the physical. In order for people to find themselves attracted to the Al – she’s really funny, she makes me laugh, she has the same interests as me.”
Yeah, not weird at all.
McMullen also believes that having sex with a robot will help you last longer in bed, try out different positions and be more adventurous.
As strange as this sounds, the sexbot fascination may be an unhealthy one. Some experts have expressed concerns that sex with robots could become very addictive, and that it may do more harm than good.
“Robotic sex may become addictive,” said Joel Snell, a robotics expert from Kirkwood College in Iowa. “Sexbots would always be available and could never say no…addictions would be easy to feed. People will rearrange their lives to accommodate their addictions.”
Considering pornography is an addiction in itself, it’s not hard to dispute these claims. Virtual sex is on the rise, and with all the new explorations in the world of sex, it seems as if it’s only a matter of time before “sexbots” start surfacing in households across the country – even if only the wealthy perverts get to them first.