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Had the relations between the sexes been healthier today, there wouldn’t be much call for sexbots to get in the way. But gender relations in the West are at their worst for fifty years, possibly more, which is why popular men’s bloggers are now asking whether sexbots will replace women entirely.
The consensus seems to be: for some men, yes, totally.
“It is going to take a lot more to win over a guy who is that sexually satisfied.” I think he’s right.
What’s clear is that the purchase women have over men, sexually and emotionally, is fading fast.
(Men know the robot orgasm doesn’t exist — unlike the female orgasm, whose existence is still insisted upon by some conspiracy theorists and biological extremists.) And Dildos and vibrators have become a permanent part of feminist iconography.
They are celebrated because their existence suggests that men are disposable.
Now, suddenly, they will earn the fruits of their labour: the “whiny manbabies” they’ve been bullying for so many years are going to be ejaculating into silicon-ribbed pleasure-bots, instead of grovelling at their feet for a chance to smell their knickers.
The internet, the pyramids and the moon landings would not exist were it not for man’s desire to have sex with woman.Why are feminists lying to women that they can look however they want — fat, hairy armpits, piercings, blue hair — and still be content?Women were told by feminists that they could “have it all” — the career, the husband, the kids and the book club. What they’ve ended up with instead is a tiny apartment in an “up and coming” bit of town, friends they hate, a string of disastrous and emotionally unfulfilling past relationships and a cat. There’s a reason the Ashley Madison leak showed that the site was over 90 per cent male.But male sexual appetites are easily satisfied, despite what women will tell you.
Blow jobs really aren’t that difficult, and in any case most blokes are fine with a pizza and a wank.
The fact that wacky, misandrist intersectional feminists are an unpopular minority — as a result of their horrid influence, just 18 per cent of women now call themselves feminists — doesn’t matter because they hold court in the media and on campuses, and young women are starting to parrot discredited and absurd nonsense about the “oppressive patriarchy,” picking up on a victimhood script they believe they can leverage for social and professional advantage.