Male Sexbots vs. Female Sexbots - The Futuristic Approach To Love Making

Male Sexbots vs. Female Sexbots

Sexbot company Realbotix has announced that it will be releasing a male sex robot with a “bionic penis” that would be “better than a vibrator.”

Matt McMullen, CEO of Realbotix, has revealed that his company plans to release a male sexbot in 2018. Speaking to Daily Star Online last week, McMullen said, “We’ll eventually have a male and a female platform available.” He speculated that the male robot could be plugged in to “go as long as you want” and that “the sky’s the limit” when it comes to penis size. He also says that the robot’s body would look like the male sex dolls currently made by sister company RealDoll.

So far, Realbotix only advertises “Harmony,” an artificial intelligence app that is supposed to sync up with a robotic female head. The system, which was scheduled to be released last year, has been delayed by bugs. Nevertheless, McMullen remains optimistic about the chances of getting its male version out by the end of the year. “We’re working hard on that, and that’s one of the next big things we’re looking to get up and running,” he told The Star.

According to McMullen, the push for a male sex robot is all about equality. “We have equal interest in male and female versions of what we’re doing,” he told The Star. “We get a lot of people gravitating to the fact that we’ve just made a female robot so far. People have accused us of objectifying women, but it’s important that people know that this is more than a sex toy.” Indeed, McMullen claims, many women are interested in male robots as “companions to talk to and interact with.”

Not everyone is convinced by McMullen’s sunny optimism. According to teledildonics developer Kyle Machulis, none of today’s sexbots are even close to the real thing. “We aren’t anywhere near there in terms fidelity yet in sex toys, or really, in any market sector involving robots,” Machulis recently told Motherboard. “There’s a lot of tech that doesn’t exist yet that we’ll need to pull this off in the way people imagine when they think ‘sex robots.’ Indeed, at present, even the promised Harmony is just a robotically-animated head on a lifeless body.”

And even if the male sexbot rolls off the line ready to do the horizontal tango, it’s uncertain whether there’s even a market for it. AI researcher Dr. David Levy believes that “women will find robots equally appealing as men” and that heterosexual women will essentially see the male sexbot as an upgraded vibrator. But Cindy Gallop, founder of amateur erotica site MakeLoveNotP*rn, disagrees. “‘As long as you want’ is not the female definition of fantastic, mind-blowing sex,” she told Motherboard recently. “That presumes that the only thing that represents great sex for women is jackhammering her for as long as you possibly can.”

While she’s uncertain about the current model, she doesn’t completely write off the possibility of a working male sexbot in the future. “I would just love to see what a female concept [sic]-and-built approach to male sex robots would look like,” she said.

Is there such a thing as a sexbot?

Sex robots seem to be a very hot topic these days, as they appear to be taking over the real world and gaining increasing popularity daily. It looks as if people are after sex robots for intimacy and companionship, and the sex part is second to that. These sexbots get named and dressed up; it appears that they are helping their owners enter the world of fantasy and build intimacy and friendship as they envisioned. With further developments and advances in robotics and artificial intelligence, these sexbots are becoming increasingly sophisticated. Sexbots or sex robots are designed and produced for humans to have sexual intercourse with. Sexbots are machine-engineered for sexual arousal and stimulation. This means that the love-making process is also mechanical, and even though human sexuality implies deep spiritual, psychological, and emotional traits, human connection, and human sensuality, sexbots offer only physical action.

What are the positives of sexbots?

It is a popular belief that sexbots are high-end sex toys. However, in recent years, a pair of British researchers revealed that they found positive feedback and many health claims related to sexbots, such as practicing safe sex and then having therapeutic effects for those experiencing sex problems or companionship problems. Another positive side was the reduction of sexual abuse in general.

There are also other health benefits to sexbots. Both male and female sexbots help promote safer sex by reducing sex trafficking, sex tourism, and prostitution. Additionally, sexbot users can gain knowledge related to sex and expertise without any pressure from real-life sexual intimacy. Sexbots can also help those struggling with libido irregularity, disability, loneliness, or other sexually related struggles. And finally, the use of sexbots can reduce the urge for any non-consensual sex. In conclusion, sexbots provide unconditional love and support for human beings. They meet the sexual and social needs of adults without any unnecessary stress and intimidation.

Who invented sexbots?

It is becoming evident that sexbots will profoundly influence the future of human sexual relations, and even though they are a pretty new phenomenon, artificial sexual devices have existed for quite a long time. But who invented the sexbot? The beginnings date back to 1997 when Matt McMullen started to construct a silicone rubber model named RealDolls that was life-sized and realistic. He received much criticism for the anatomical correctness of the model, and he used that criticism as a motivation to create a better version of the doll. In 2009, he started using platinum material, not silicone, because he wanted to increase the doll's durability and he wanted the doll to have a more natural feel. The rest of the sex doll manufacturers followed in his footsteps and created different sexbots.

Since 2018, many new models have been created that can converse, remember facts, interact, and express emotions. One of these models is “Harmony,” and Matt McMullen also made her. This doll is customizable by a mobile application, and the users can choose many combinations of clothes, personalities, voices, and looks to fit their needs and wants.

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