Brits will become ‘hooked’ on sex robots, warns expert
as they’ll be better than humans in bed, Daily Star Online can
And other sex therapists have argued – there’s nothing we can do about it.
Daily Star Online can lift the lid on the addiction set to take Britain’s bedrooms by storm.
“Robotic sex may become addictive,” American Research Fellow Joel Snell from Kirkwood College revealed.
“People may become obsessed by their ever faithful, ever pleasing sex robot lovers”
“Sexbots would always be available and could never say no, so addictions would be easy to feed.
“People may become obsessed by their ever faithful, ever pleasing sex robot lovers.
“People will rearrange their lives to accommodate their addictions.”
The beautiful life-like cyborgs will never have headaches, break your heart or demand a divorce.
With all this artificial technology, the robotic romps are going to be hard to resist.
He added: “Robotic sex may become better than human sex.
“Like many other technologies that have replaced human endeavours, robots could surpass human technique.
But the new addiction set to sweep Britain’s bedrooms may not be a bad thing.
And the robot romps could actually be quite healthy for our sex lives.
sex therapist Gurpreet Singh, from UK relationships charity Relate,
told Daily Star Online: “Who are we to judge people who want to have sex
“And if both parties are agree, I see nothing wrong.”
Sex addictions are about coping mechanisms.
And you can “work with an addiction”.
But it wouldn’t be healthy for sex cyborgs to replace or eliminate human relationships completely.
Singh added: “It takes on a whole different meaning if sex robots are
used because of a fear of intimacy or because a person wants to be
“Then the addiction needs to be addressed.”
The cyborgs are going to revolutionise the UK sex scene, encouraging safe and clean romps.
And it’s going to look something like what Channel 4’s Humans showed us.
CEO of sex doll company RealDolls Matt McMullen revealed they are going to love us back.
Joel Snell outlined his research in a published report.
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