Call for a ban on sex robot

Technology has advanced so much that robots are more than just a metallic arm in the factories.  Nowadays, human look-alike robots are made for various purposes, including being a sex object.

According to BBC news, Dr Kathleen Richardson, a robot ethicist in Leicester tries to raise awareness of people that “such a use of the technology is unnecessary and undesirable”.  She believes that this reinforces traditional stereotypes of women and is very undesirable.

“We think that the creation of such robots will contribute to detrimental relationships between men and women, adults and children, men and men and women and women,”

Can we apply this statement to electronic games and smartphones as well?  We all know that whatever it is,  addiction is bad.  It’s all come down to the users’ mindset.  Has he great difficulty dealing with people in real life. Has he a stressful life that he needs to escape from?

In the past, shy guys have to hide in their bedrooms and jerk off with a porn magazine.  Today, they can go to a webcam chat room and actually talk to a girl without being slapped or rejected. For those who really can’t deal with girls in real life, that is a big relief, a progress.

When Roxxxy, “the world’s first sex robot” launch later this year by True Companion, a sex robot manufacturer, people will be given one more choice – holding a robot girl’s hands and even have intimate actions with “her”.

The Chief executive of True Companion Douglas Hines said that “This is a solution for people who are between relationships or someone who has lost a spouse.”

What we know is, there are many lonely people around, men and women.  Any cam girls in Camcontacts or Camplace can tell you how many times a guy has asked her to marry him in the chatroom.

Be it a sex robot, a friendly cam girl who he visits every evening, everyone has the need to be accepted and be appreciated.  Who do you turn to?


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3 thoughts on “Call for a ban on sex robot”

  1. To each his/her own. Assuming that nothing wrong is being done then there is no reason to interfere with another person’s life. We need education, not laws.

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