Feminist Warp-Think: Sex Robots Could Make Men, Not Women, Obsolete

Feminist Warp-Think: Sex Robots Could Make Men, Not Women, Obsolete

Feminist Warp-Think: Sex Robots Could Make Men, Not Women, Obsolete

It’s a frightening prospect when individuals begin to claim human interaction is not necessary for happiness on this earth. Take the female sexbot for example (warning, images may be NSFW or children):

Accounting for the vacant stare and robotic voice, this is disturbing on so many levels. The positive side (if there is one)? Perverts like Harvey Weinstein and Matt Lauer can get their jollies. Perhaps they should invest? Lord knows they would have the money to invest in one of these dolls unlike the socially-awkward, I-live-in-Mom’s-basement, video-gaming nerd who would show great interest in this “gal”.

If you have not been distressed enough by the above, let’s hear what a self-proclaimed feminist has to say about AI in the bedroom and beyond. Drum roll, please…

Enter Bloomberg‘s Cathy O’Neil, who penned an article on Thursday entitled, “Maybe Sexbots Will Make Men, Not Women Obsolete”:

“Would that be such a bad thing? In the #MeToo age, I feel like raising standards is quite reasonable. It’s called for, in fact. Make the men compete. It’s the dating equivalent of having free state colleges lower tuition rates everywhere.”-Cathy O’Neil

Uh, free state colleges lower tuition? The beat goes on…

“Don’t get me wrong, I have a good husband. I doubt I would trade in. But if I had a daughter, I might consider giving her a robot as a college graduation present. Preferably one who can do the dishes and guard the door.”-Cathy O’Neil

If I had a daughter. If she had a daughter, she would not see something wrong with her woman-child interacting with a robot as opposed to a human being? This is what UC Berkeley and Harvard churn out. A green-haired, middle-aged woman with an awesome, enviable brain for mathematics (she has a PhD) who is down with a male sexbot for her daughter “if she had one”. For inquiring minds, she has three sons.

O’Neil does address the downside of the sexbot “revolution” (God have mercy on us):

“Granted, there could be dangers. There is, for example, the possibility that hackers could turn sex robots into killers. But the statistician in me can’t help asking: Would that make them more of a threat than actual men? Given the baseline murder rate for human sexual partners, it’s hard to get too worried. Plus, if they can understand female anatomy — I mean, really understand it — maybe it’s worth the risk.”-Cathy O’Neil

Here we go, throwing in the ol’ statistics and probability scenario that human men are much more dangerous than robots.

“Just to be clear: I’m not saying we should want to live in a militant feminist world without men. Far from it, I am suggesting that women and men can coexist, but possibly not cohabitate. Men will likely have trouble with things like household chores and remembering to go to the doctor regularly, but they’ll manage. Maybe Siri can make their appointments.”-Cathy O’Neil

In the midst of the case for male robots, O’Neil talks about her (mathematics professor) husband as being a “good husband” and sprinkles in lovely little sentimental stereotypes about men that feminists enjoy throwing around. Like, making the guys do the dishes and guard the door. Or assuming that all guys forget household chores and to go to the doctor. I found it laughable because when I think of my marriage, my HUMAN HUSBAND is the one who is reminding ME to get my flu shot, among other things that I forget thanks to mid-forties hormones.

I can see it now…”Congratulations on graduating college, dear daughter. So glad you weren’t one of those silly girls who focused on getting her MRS-degree because you’ll actually have a career. For your graduation present, I bought you Mr. McDreamy. He says ‘yes’ to every thing you say no matter how ridiculous you sound, he will never argue with you or challenge your opinions, he does laundry, he does dishes, he mops floors and you won’t even have to worry about that pesky habit of him leaving the toilet seat up because, get this-he doesn’t urinate! SCORE! And get a load of those awesome triceps, baby girl. Psst…he knows your anatomy and I mean reallllllyyyy knows your anatomy, wink, wink, nudge, nudge.”

And here we have it, folks. More fodder for lazy parenting. Don’t raise your sons and daughters up right, humans, because you can just purchase them a robot for their college graduation present. Robots who won’t care if they are glued to their phones or video games, that they don’t hold the door for other humans and generally lack social graces. They won’t care if your kid is an asshole. And, best of all, they can have the best sex of their lives and not repopulate the earth (not sure where that leaves Planned Parenthood and the feminist quest for “women’s health care”). And when they feel the President/government/world is doing them injustice, they can smoke as much legalized marijuana as they want and stoned out of their gourds, can pick up with their polyurethane-skinned partners and go “Occupy” like their parents did and protest evil Capitalism. Maybe the company who makes their robotic “soul mates” will redistribute their wealth to them for the “common good” and make the world a better place. You know, raising standards.

Damn, I want off this planet.

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16 Comments
  • Dana says:

    You know, I used to think that masturbation was free. Now, technology has managed to make it a salable commodity.

    Why can’t people label ‘sex robots’ as what they really are: masturbation toys.

  • Appalled By The World says:

    Too bad a muzz holyman declared these things haram-that would solve a few problems with them keeping themselves zipped up.

    • Blackgriffin says:

      I don’t know about that. Part of their pleasure, I think, is the pain and fear they cause when they rape. Maybe if the robots were programmed really, really well to give the appearance of extreme suffering.

  • George V says:

    Wasn’t this a feature of the robots in the original 1973 movie “Westworld”? That ended well…

  • Timmy says:

    Women are not going to buy sex robots. Why would they? They have had toys for ever. This will just be a more expensive one. The advantage is that if they are trying to sell them for women, they won’t be able to ban them for men. They are currently trying to get them banned for men.

    With regards to this article, just more shaming of men.

    • Lisa Carr says:

      True, Timmy. I can’t even imagine living in her household. Strangely enough, I think guys who are married to these cray-cray women are not bothered by this. As far as her suggesting that men and women cannot “cohabitate”-well…some days are harder than others in ALL relationships. It’s a little thing called understanding and EFFORT that BOTH people need to put into the relationship when under the same roof. You grow and learn TOGETHER as a couple.My husband drives me nuts when he leaves papers all over the dining area table but I know I drive him batty when I put an important piece of paper away to get it out of sight and make things look nice and then can’t remember where I put it! By her logic, it would be totally fine to trade in the spouse for a robot for this reason. Unless you’re like her and have a “good husband”. I wonder if she gives him treats for guarding the door? (Facepalm)

    • Blackgriffin says:

      I think they WILL buy sex robots. Then, they’ll program them to be the kind of man they’ve always wanted.

    • GWB says:

      just more shaming of men
      Yep. That’s the entire point of this article. (Including her sons and husband, regardless of her protestations otherwise.)

  • Cameron says:

    “Just to be clear: I’m not saying we should want to live in a militant feminist world without men.”

    Can’t help but think that she’s lying.

  • GWB says:

    It’s the dating equivalent of having free state colleges lower tuition rates everywhere.
    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!
    Socialism rots the brain!

    If I had a daughter.
    I hope like heck she doesn’t have a son, either.
    For inquiring minds, she has three sons.
    Well, damn.

    Plus, if they can understand female anatomy … maybe it’s worth the risk.
    I’m betting you vote with yours, too. (And I’m betting her husband is a beta male.)
    If you think it’s all about a man knowing your anatomy, then you really don’t understand relationships.

    Maybe Siri can make their appointments.
    So, who is it can more easily be replaced? Hmmmmm……..

    Damn, I want off this planet.
    I want them off this planet. Maybe we can get them to go colonize Jupiter (not the moons, Jupiter, itself).

  • Gretz says:

    Considering the feminists push for IMBRA to combat the threat of scabs, er, protect helpless women in third world countries from predatory western male behavior, I’m thinking that her “I’m all for it” shtick is a lie.

    Feminists don’t want men to have an option other than continually groveling and kissing their butt, and they can’t stand the idea that a man, somewhere, is enjoying himself. They want it both ways: Men constantly pandering to them, with zero reciprocity on their part, plus handouts from the government (confiscating it from men in the name of ‘fairness’), and the ability to boot men to the curb at a whim while still enjoying the benefits of their labor in perpetuity.

    When it comes to dating and relationships, feminists bring nothing to the table. In fact, the risk and grief they certainly bring far outweighs even the remote chance of reproducing, let alone any possible value of enjoying their company.

    Given the certainty of a doomed relationship with a feminist, I’m thinking there are several machines worth the risk and investment, and many of them already have an established household function. It can only get better.

    But it won’t, so long as we reward women for being like this, rather than facing the risks of destroying their relationships on a whim, and the fallback on a paternalistic government, ready to indulge their whims more consistently than any sugar daddy.

    Women have the men they deserve, and surprisingly, they’re the product of their mother’s generation’s values and upbringing. Since they booted out the fathers in large numbers, it’s no wonder they have no idea how to be decent men, and only have the cynical view of women their single mothers gave them.

  • Puck Bacchus says:

    Actually, I’m pretty sure it would be like this: “Those male sex robots only have one thing on their minds. It’s sex, sex, sex, all the time. Why doesn’t he care about me? I mean really care about me? “

  • Flying Dutchman says:

    And when they feel the President/government/world is doing them injustice, they can smoke as much legalized marijuana as they want and stoned out of their gourds, can pick up with their polyurethane-skinned partners and go “Occupy” like their parents did and protest evil Capitalism.

    So THAT explains Hillary the Corrupt and all the chardonnay….

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