Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Vintage Robots Hookers - Photo Dump

OK, color me grey scale weird but technology and sexuality have long been intimately connected. Let's explore the concept of teledildonics and sexual robotics. 


Science fiction is rife with classic examples of the merging of sex and technology. The sex machine, for example. But how close to reality are these tropes?

Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting

Teledildonics, also known as “cyberdildonics,” are a category of electronic sex toys that can be controlled by a computer to help your partner reach orgasm from a remote location.

Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting


Can you learn to love a robot? 

Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting

You can't buy love, but can you engineer it?
Can a robot learn to love you?

Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting 


Why Would You Marry a Robot?

Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting 

Reasons to Marry a Robot

Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting


Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting



Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting Free Image Hosting


Will we be able to disable our foes with weaponized orgasms


Between kissing robots and full-sized love dolls that talk, it's clear to me that all aspects of technosexuality and technology are heading toward one inevitable invention: robot hookers.
So... Is having sex with an ultra-realistic 
robot hooker cheating?

For my own part, yes and no.  Do I look at that old robot on 'Lost In Space' waving its tentacular arms around and get all hot and bothered?  No. Not hardly.  Now when I look at the image of Jeri Ryan playing the infamous borg, Seven-of-Nine on Star Trek Voyager?  You better believe it! Just don't tell my wife! 


6 comments:

Proof said...

There was an episode of Twilight Zone where a guy was left all alone on some planet with a human looking female robot. When it was time for him to go, he wanted to take her along, but there was no room for her on the ship back, so the captain blew off her face.

Good times.

Proof said...

Jean Marsh in "The Lonely"

http://www.updown.org.uk/outofcos/oc_twils.jpg

Soylent Green said...

You forgot this classic of American Cinema, one of the five worst movies ever made:

http://nistagmus.files.wordpress.com/2010/02/rm.gif

Robot Moster.

GOODSTUFF said...

thanks for the links, Guys

Cal Jennings said...

I remember this one. Good to see it again. It inspired me to do a blog on the latest cybersex partners. If they could make a few improvements, who knows? It MIGHT be possible to fall in love with a robot.

Dave T said...

What about inter-robotic relations? This cyberman's clearly 'got wood' ... http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/d/df/Wooden_Cyberman.jpg :)