What does the future of sex look like? Robots. Probably, robots.
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The Future of Sex: How Intimacy is Transforming
“Technology is pushing human sexuality into uncharted terrain. It’s transforming how we express love and intimacy, and holds tremendous potential for deeper emotional and physical connections.”
Teledildonics gave me the gift of long-distance sex with a stranger
“Eight years later teledildonics would pass from science-fiction predictions into vibratory reality, becoming the target of federal regulations and patent litigation. In 1999, NBC reported on a pair of ‘cyberdildonic’ devices that were ‘likely to touch off a commercial land rush to the new frontier.’”
A (Straight, Male) History of Sex Dolls
“Throughout history, men without access to beautiful statues—but with an inclination to make love to women-shaped things—have made do in various ways. Sailors often used cloth to fashion fornicatory dolls known as dame de voyage in French, or dama de viaje in Spanish. In modern-day Japan, sex dolls are sometimes known as “Dutch wives”—a reference to the hand-sewn leather masturbation puppets made by the 17th-century Dutch sailors who traded with the Japanese.”
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