Singles Dating Alert: How Sexbots are Stealing Single Men & How to Stop It

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She’s gorgeous, with flawless skin, ravishing full lips, beautiful silky hair, and emerald eyes like a tiger. She knows my likes and dislikes, speaks intelligently, offers empathy, companionship, friendship, sex, — even love …

What more can a man ask for?

Hint: She’s NOT real …She’s a robot.

ALERT: A quickly emerging, fast-moving, alarming trend threatens your chance of finding your SoulMate. According to high-tech, you don’t need to bond with a “real human” partner, you simply buy a … Sexbot —


Soulmate problem solved!

Loneliness a thing of the past.

Yikes! Have you heard?

Creators of sexbots promise to end the rituals and hassles of falling in love. No more having to deal with conflicts, confusing moods, power grabs, money issues, dual-income fights, career friction, feminist issues, communication shutdowns, sexual dissatisfaction, parenting concerns, etc. According to them — robots are “Satisfaction Guaranteed.”


The bad news is it jeopardizes normal relationships/marriage. The threat of fewer children or no children at all and the demise of happiness with “live” human beings is frighteningly close.

Is this fact … or fiction?

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Introducing Artificial Intelligence Upcoming Billion Dollar Sexbots Industry

Customized robots are smart, gorgeous, knows likes and dislikes, speaks intelligently, offers empathy, companionship, friendship, sex, even love. In today’s battle of the sexes, this new abnormal reality appeals to many. Currently available in Italy, France, Japan, Britain.

Experts say these specialized robots will start to appear in ordinary homes in a few years as lonely humans look for love. Notice two articles written by James Adams.; Stephen Green,

Let’s take a look at a future scenario

Harmony, a sex robot from Abyss Creations

James Adams

June 17, 2019

1:54 PM

A romantic dinner for two, five years from now:

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Karen is sitting across the table from Ryan. Sipping her oaky but floral Chardonnay, she reflects on just how great life is these days.

Ryan is everything she ever wanted in a man. His skin tone is exactly the color and feel she was looking for. His conversation is interesting, ranging sensitively from Tolstoy to cheeseburgers.

Thanks to facial recognition, he always knows her mood. It’s almost uncanny how he’s always there to give just the right amount of empathy, just at the right time, or even slightly earlier. He knows her likes and dislikes, her interests, and her expertise. At last, she has found her intellectual equal.

And the sex. Of course, it helped that Karen was able to describe her wants and needs from the very beginning, from penis size to the erotic activities and erogenous zones that she found most satisfying.

No more three-minute encounters followed by the guy asking if she had enjoyed it. Now she gets to ask for what she wants — no judgments — however bizarre others might see her requests. For the first time in human history, satisfaction really is guaranteed.

Who wouldn’t fall in love with a smart, gorgeous, empathetic, and sexually considerate man like Ryan? And who does fall in love with him without Karen knowing? Anyway, she doesn’t mind. Ryan is infinitely replicable, infinitely customizable, and infinitely responsive, so long as his battery doesn’t run out. He is a sexbot: a robot made for sex.

Sexbots are hyper-realistic, with features including built-in heaters that replicate the feeling of body warmth, and sensors that react to your touch. AI is enabling a head that can speak, smile, and even sing.

The goal is to create an emotional connection with its owner. You can choose a sexbot to resemble your favorite actress; the Scarlett Johansson model is popular among male users.

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Porn and sex have always driven technological development. In the Eighties, porn producers decided that VHS was better than Betamax, and the world followed. Porn programming was also an early driver of Cable TV traffic, and it produced the first commercially viable websites.

And it is porn that has driven the rapid development of computer graphics because porn consumers account for 37 percent of all internet traffic. This also applies to robotics. The development of sexbots’ capability and quantity has leaped forward in the last five years and is expected to grow exponentially in the next five.

Manufacturers are talking with oil companies, as a boatload of sexbots can relieve the stress of workers isolated on all-male oil rigs for months at a time. Manufacturers would also like to see sexbots in prisons, to reduce rapes and tension between inmates.

The most popular market for the Samantha bot is truck drivers. Apparently, they enjoy her conversation on those long, lonely drives as much as they appreciate her availability on those equally long and lonely nights.

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Even with the rather crude models that are available today, there is a market for sexbots. There are already all-robot brothels in Italy, France, Japan, Britain, and other countries.

One academic study predicts that by 2050, Amsterdam’s infamous Red Light District will be staffed entirely by sexbots free of infectious diseases, and not by sex slaves smuggled in from Eastern Europe and Asia.

Experts say these specialized robots will start to appear in ordinary homes in the next decade, as lonely humans look for love.

This possibility challenges ancient religious teachings, modern sexual mores, and even legislation designed to construct a safe environment for men and women. In this new world, we need to begin to think about what awaits us all.

Sexual criminals who prey on children can now order a childlike sex doll from Hong Kong for around $500. Australia and Britain have now banned these dolls, but was that reaction the right one?

Is it better for society if a child sex predator engages with a sex doll instead of a real child? Or does engagement with a doll validate and encourage aberrant behavior, putting children at greater risk?

We have no idea because no studies have been made. We may be missing an opportunity here that could save hundreds of children from abuse and assault. Shouldn’t we at least find out?

They will also share the housework, the conversation, and the problem-solving that are parts of everyday life. Millions of lonely people will find the friend and lover they have never had.

Today, just over half of Americans between the ages of 18 and 34 (51 percent) do not have a steady romantic partner. Fifteen years ago, the lonely hearts were 33 percent of young Americans. Just three years ago, the figure was 45 percent. This is a rapid and significant change in mating habits.

The share of American adults having no sex has reached an all-time high. Twenty-five percent of 18–30-year-old men remained involuntarily celibate throughout 2018. Since 2008, the share of men younger than 30 reporting no sex in the last year has nearly tripled, to 28 percent.

Enter the robots, offering companionship, friendship, sex, and yes, even love. In a new and unsatisfying reality, a talking, thinking, disease-free, guilt-free and inexpensive relationship might be the perfect answer. But that choice cuts to the very heart of how we want to live, and who we want to be.

Human relationships have always been central to human behavior and society. If millions of us choose what seems like an easier, more attractive, and much more satisfying alliance with a sexbot, where will that leave humans?

Will birth rates fall catastrophically? Will fewer and fewer people even understand the complexity of human relationships and how to navigate them?

Make no mistake, this matters to us all. It is our obligation — to ourselves, to each other, to the people of the future — to get informed, so we can act responsibly in the years to come.

Ladies, this means you have to come out fighting.

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Lonely people date to find the perfect companion. Sexbots claim to embrace the friend and lover they’ve never had — problem free. But if we choose what seems easier, where will that leave humans? Where will that leave YOU in your search for ‘human’ love? Soulmate Matcher provides the pros and cons. And the relationship education necessary for you to find your ‘human’ soulmate.

Donna Patterson Soulmate Matcher

Fighting to get what’s yours and not allow robots to steal. You must learn the secrets to:

  • Give and receive love like no robot ever could
  • Make him love you more than any robot could ever experience
  • Work together with him to become One Soul in unity.
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Education is the Key. You must learn why men are turning away from human women to artificial women. And vice versa. Often, it’s because Couples Are Mismatched.

They try to fit their diverse personalities into the same cube. This leads to misunderstandings and frustration. How could they work as a team? Won’t work. Can’t work.

Therefore, Education starts with the Selection Process — whom you choose to date. Whom you choose to date is the most critical element in whether your union will work or not. Whether you will be happy or not.

Upcoming posts will address why the Selection Process is crucial to finding your best match.


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