You can go to jail for fucking a willing adult female and leaving a $100 bill on the nightstand in Anglo America. But in Anglo Europe, it will soon be just fine to drop your load into a sex robot and pay the owner of a blowjob cafe $80 for the pleasure of doing so.
For many men, women have become so unpleasant to deal with robots are becoming more appealing than the real thing. There’s already talk that sex robots may replace prostitutes in both nations. Business Insider dug up a law professor named John Danaher who told them:
The displacement hypothesis says sex robots will eventually push human sex workers out of a job. It’s served by two other ideas called “the transference thesis” and “the advantages thesis.”
The transference thesis argues that people will successfully be able to project their sexual desires onto robots, or as Danaher puts it, “the fact that there is demand for the former suggests that there will also be demand for the latter.”
The second leg of the displacement hypothesis — the advantages thesis — simply suggests that robots designed for sex work will have advantages over human sex workers. For example, sex robot manufacture is legal in many countries where prostitution is illegal. There are also ethics and health advantages, as sex trafficking and objectification need not be a concern for robots. And as long as sanitation is maintained, STDs would largely not be a concern.
Don’t know about you, but to me there will never be a substitute for the real thing, baby. And by personal experience I know the threat of getting an STD is vastly overblown by those in the Establishment who try to scandalize sex at every turn. I’ve slept with well over 100 women, many of them unprotected, and never had an STD. (Just had a complete medical scan, and I’m clean as a pin. But then I don’t sleep with trash. Most of the time.)
Thankfully I now reside in libertine Latin America, where there’s no shortage of the real thing with feminine women. So, sex robots here are laughable. But in the Anglosphere, the cumulative effects of sexual repression are adding up as both sides of the same Anglo culture coin struggle to find some way to deal with human sexuality. Specifically, male sexuality which is shamed and shunned on both sides of the pond.
Anyway, getting back to the original premise of the story – a blowjob cafe opening in England. The online magazine Minds reports:
Businessman Bradley Charvet, plans to open the ‘blow job cafe’ in Paddington, claiming that robot sex will soon be completely normal.
Charvet goes on to say:
Sex robots will always be pleasing and could even become better at technique because they would be programmable to a person’s need. It’s totally normal to see a new way of using robots and others sex toys to have pleasure.
Sounds great, doesn’t it? Especially for the huge glut of Beta, Gamma and Omega males who have a hard time getting laid in today’s sexual jungle. As usual feminists have to find something, anything wrong with satisfying normal male sexual desires. Even if men are screwing inanimate objects that have nothing to do with real females other than anatomy.
The Female Monopoly on Sex Upset
Kathleen Richardson of De Montfort University in the Down Under portion of the Anglosphere in Australia obviously worries the robots will cut into the female monopoly on sex, although she tries to couch her concern with typical feminist flack.
I want people to stop thinking about the word ‘robot’ and think about the word ‘property’, and what we’re being encouraged to do is have relationships with property.
Insert typical feminist boilerplate language. Kathleen goes on:
While we live in a world which still considers women as property, then it’s not too much of a stretch of the imagination to start creating property that looks like women and then encouraging people to have the same sort of relationships.
She’s leading a crusade against sex robots, probably because she knows once men can get their jollies from a sex robot that doesn’t bitch and doesn’t turn them into child support slaves, subpar women in the Anglosphere won’t be able to extract a high price for such a lousy product. The divorce rape racket will be put into serious jeopardy.
Might there finally be a check and balance on unlimited female power when it comes to sex, strange as robots may be?
Incidentally, prostitution is legal in Great Britain and Australia but still verboten in Puritanical, feminazi-dominated America. A dizzying array of sex laws still plague the uptight nations, moreso in America than England and Australia. Even sex toys are illegal in Alabama (shocking, I know considering the how advanced the state is) and the current governor of Texas tried to ban them in 2007.
However, fudge packing and enshrining fudge packing with marriage is perfectly legal in both states as the elevation of homosexuality and marginalization of heterosexuality continues in America. (FYI, I’m a sexual libertarian. Don’t care what people do to pleasure themselves as long as they leave children out of it.)
No doubt, future historians will have a field day dissecting our current malaise as something as simple and natural as sex has been – pardon the pun – fucked up by our culture. But, let’s look on the bright side. At least women will soon have some competition.
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