Leading Law Professor Says Sex Robot Brothels Will Become Commonplace


A leading law professor firmly believes sex robot brothels could soon become commonplace as the sex industry continues to undergo a technological revolution.

NUI Galway Law professor John Danaher claims that technology can alleviate such concerns as sexually transmitted diseases and sex slavery, for example.

He says that robots could even legalize the industry because it only regulates humans.

Brothel-owners, as well as pimps, would be free to set up shop offering cyborg sex to anyone who wants it, without legal ramifications, he said.

He even thinks that robots could be better in bed than people, and could prove better at developing emotional bonds with their clients.

“The cyborgs can cater for desire for sexual variety, freedom from constraint and complication and fear of lack of sexual success,” he told The Daily Star.

“Technology may become better at developing emotional bonds with their clients. They won’t need to “fake it” the same way as human prostitutes.”

Experts already believe that places with already-booming sex industries, like Amsterdam’s infamous red light district, will be overflowing with cyborgs by the year 2025.

Not only would they fill brothels, but they could even be living in our own homes as technology sharpens.

Of course there’s still the risk of disease and such if the cyborg isn’t properly cleaned in between clients.

Disturbingly, just last week, a Japanese company was found to be making child-like sex dolls for pedophiles. 18 shipments destined to locales worldwide have been seized by officials.


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