Vibrators will soon see women spurning real life partners and snuggling up to silicon instead.
But MRAs fear clit buzzers could spark an explosion of sexism which will see women adopt dark age attitudes to real life gentlemen.
An activist from The Campaign Against Vibrators has issued an urgent warning about the “brutal dehumanization of men” which could take place when women have sex with artificial love machines.
Researcher Lawrence Kaye said vibrators will encourage women to think men are nothing more than objects designed exclusively for feminine sexual gratification.
“Vibrators create another means through which men are presented as objects to be used for sexual gratification and mistreatment,” he wrote.
“They will also desensitize humans to intimacy and empathy, which can only be developed through experiencing human interaction and mutual consenting relationships.”
Kaye said vibrators tended to be built to look like male genitals, with women able to choose everything from the color of the love machine to the length and girth of the virtual penis.
He claimed this “reinforces the view that the male body is a commodity” and called for urgent discussion of the ethical implications of vibrators.
“In order to protect basic human rights and discourage the brutal objectification of humankind, it’s time to examine the human ethics of freedom in relation to vibrators,” he added.
“We must address the ways in which advancing technology should be used as a force for good and could reflect what is best for humankind.
“We cannot let our humanity and our dignity slip away into a world of technology.”
However, vibrators are likely to become even more wildly popular in the coming years.
Earlier this month, the manufacturers of a pioneering video game controller that doubles as a virtual reality female sex toy pulled it off the market after being swamped by demand.
VibraGent is a system which allows hi-tech heavy breathers to strap on a VR helmet, sleep with simulated men and be pleasured by a device which responds to on-screen eroticism.
This could, for instance, allow gamers to watch a cyber-hunk twerking whilst the silicon sex toy pulsates in time with his every gyration.
So many women rushed to pre-order this device on the crowdfunding site Indiegogo that its designers were forced to “put the project on hold”.
In a series of tweets, the firm behind VibraGents admitted demand for their virtual penis had been, ahem, enormous.
How hilarious is this? I’ve actually switched out vibrators for sex dolls, and inverted the genders, to better explore feminist hysteria of ‘amorous androids’, as the original article calls them. How odd that women being able to purchase any permutation of a silicon penis is fine and dandy and just some good fun, but men being able to have sex with silicon women, without any bullshit and baggage threatens all of humanity.
One might note that in purchasing a whole woman, as opposed to just a dick, men are engaging in considerably less objectification than women. Women reduce men to merely a penis, while men appear to derive sexual gratification from a whole body that can be virtually linked to simulate an actual person. It’s almost like men prefer to pretend their sex toys are actual people instead of just severed genitals.
Of course, we know the real reason feminists are freaked out by sex robots. First of all, they’re attractive and slender. No doubt there is a small market for grossly overweight, hirsute sex dolls for fetishists, but in general, the plastic ladies are pleasing to behold. Secondly, the amorous androids don’t bring any emotional drama with them, and won’t make a false rape accusation the next morning. Sex dolls allow men to enjoy the sexual company of virtual women without having to put up with the bullshit of actual women.
Oh dear. Feminists can’t compete with women on the whole, and with virtual women, they stand not a chance. I’m not worried about sex dolls affecting my life or value, since I’m not a hairy, screechy, perpetually aggrieved bitch, but I can see why feminists might take umbrage.
Too bad, bitches.
Feminist opposition to sex dolls reveals an interesting confession: if women can be reduced to pure sexual function, perhaps women might want to consider offering something more than sexual gratification? This is the big difference between feminists who abhor men having options, and women who are not intimidated by sex bots. Sex is not the only thing I have to offer men. A sex bot will never have a warm meal waiting for you after a long, shitty day at work. A sex bot will never care if you feel unwell. A sex bot will never stand firm when you need to lean on someone for a change. A sex bot will never give birth to your beautiful family. A sex bot will never love you. A sex bot will give you sex, and nothing more, no matter how much you might imagine or long for the human connection that truly loving, complete women can offer.
Sex bots don’t scare me, because I am so much more than sex.
Feminists opposed to sex bots might want to think about that.
And then cultivate some qualities men might actually want besides a warm vagina.
Lots of love,