IF you cannot get the embedded video to work, you can watch the clip here).Because, as Colbert said, Touche, Stephen…I am LMAO, if I dare use a acronym such as that in a blog post.The idea is that men don’t just want to have sex, they want to talk to a person as well.
A note to all the guys out there: If you want to meet women and have satisfying, intimate, mature expieriences and relationships with them where you have great sex and also great communication, do not buy a sex doll that can pretend to talk to you. I hope not, but I want to hear what others opinions are as well. Dan is a teen advocate for comprehensive sex education based in North Carolina, a blogger, music lover, and high school activist.
If you do own a sex robot DO NOT TALK ABOUT IT when you are meeting women. The story gets a little more complicated when the inventor says he made this sex doll because of a girl friend that died in the September 11th attacks. I cannot even begin to grasp how hard it must be to lose a loved one in a terror attack, but is making a robot that acts like the person really the best way to get over it? Feel free to add him on Facebook and Twitter…He welcomes any and all comments on his posts 🙂 For anyone grousing that youth have succumbed to ‘digital demise’ are in another orbit or other stereotyped generalizations about the ‘avatar’ generation…I highly recommend you take a peek at the commentary on Dan’s original post too.
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