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VR News Porn, AI and sex – is there a place for women in the future?

by Beth Divine 1 Nov 2018

Porn is mostly arranged for heterosexual men. It is mostly created by heterosexual men. Computer programmers and designers are mostly heterosexual men – albeit shy ones who struggle to communicate with other people, especially women. They often suffer social issues like anxiety, shyness, and being an introvert. Porn stars are easily accessible and, in the narrative of the porn film, they always put out. There might be a bit of teasing and banter but you know without a shadow of a doubt that her knickers are coming off sooner rather than later.

Unfortunately, porn films are all about the sex and there is nothing in them about how to attract a girl, how to flirt and tease and get to the point where a mutually satisfying sexual liaison is possible.

This in turn means that the advent of lifelike sex dolls has made it easier for these shy men to indulge their fantasies without needing to face up to speaking to real women and perhaps being rejected – something that is every insecure young man’s nightmare.

AI (artificial intelligence) has only added to this allure – engineers and software programmers can literally create the perfect women for themselves: stacked, hot realistic-looking women that can hold basic conversations, are always ready for sex and that never need too much in the way of presents, holidays or sweet-talking.

But where does this leave real women? Women do enjoy sex, and women do watch porn – not all women are hard to talk to or get to know, and, let’s be honest here, women are fairly necessary for the propagation of the species!

One thing that is clear: the solution does not lie with existing sex doll manufacturers, porn producers or computer programmers – rather, it lies with female sex doll manufacturers (currently non-existent), female porn producers (of whom there are a few) and female programmers (of whom there are some, but still not nearly enough). A feminine take on these traditionally male and slightly in-a-rut progressions will make sure that women’s needs are considered – and this can be even better for men too, as it will help to close the ever-widening rift between the sexes.

As soon as these traditionally male strongholds open to admit flesh and blood women and allow them equal input into creating porn, sex dolls and VR games, the sooner we can all enjoy better, more varied – um – entertainments. With or without robots, as we like.