Our thanks to Martin for this, a piece about sex robots in yesterday’s Mail on Sunday. An extract:
Last month The Mail on Sunday became the first newspaper to experience Harmony 2.1, the latest version of a sex robot Matt McMullen has been working on since 2014.
Harmony has 30 different faces to choose from, 16 body types, customisable breasts from AA to triple F, 19 different nipple types from ‘perky’ to ‘puffy’, and 11 different types of genitalia.
The robot has 18 different personality types from happy to sensual, shy to talkative.
It is modes such as ‘shy’ which most concern critics, who cite another sexbot as a blatant invitation to ‘normalise’ rape.
Laura Bates, founder of the Everyday Sexism project, said creating a robot willing to have non-consensual sex [J4MB: As opposed to creating a robot unwilling to have non-consensual sex, you daft trout?] ‘is to risk normalising rape but giving it a publicly acceptable face’.
‘We should no more be encouraging rapists to find a supposedly safe outlet [J4MB emphasis] than we should facilitate murderers by giving them realistic blood-spurting dummies to stab.’ [J4MB: Women being raped and people being killed would apparently be preferable outcomes for this moronic woman.]
This is the narcissistic who the headmaster of Eton College deems suitable to give a talk about gender issues to the pupils.
Realdoll should create a Laura Bates lookalike sex doll, with a marching personality – whiny, 24/7/365. Hmm, I wonder what sales would be like?