The Love that Dare Not Beep its Name
You've heard the arguments, of course---that gay marriage will lead to a moral permissiveness which will rip apart the very fabric of our society. What they fail to mention is that this slippery slope may also lead to a future filled with funky robot lovin', according to one scientist:
"My forecast is that around 2050, Massachusetts will be the first jurisdiction to legalize marriages with robots," researcher David Levy told LiveScience... At first, sex with robots might be considered geeky, "but once you have a story like 'I had sex with a robot, and it was great!' appear someplace like Cosmo magazine, I'd expect many people to jump on the bandwagon," Levy said.Assuming that Dr. Levy is correct---and let's face it, if they can put a man on the moon, there's no reason they can't give us the infinitely more important robotic sex machines we all deserve---here are six sultry cybernetic models which I believe should be first off the assembly line: Model: The Lisa Inspired by: Kelly LeBrock Build: Makes Farah Fawcett look like Pat Benatar Hair: Brown, flowing dramatically backwards into some kind of timewarp or something Pros: Imparts lessons about life, love, and believing in oneself to troubled teens Cons: Sometimes visited by unpleasant martial arts-programmed ex-husband "Seagalbot 3000" Memorable quote: "Don't hate me because I'm beautiful, or made of titanium." Model: The Pris Inspired by: Darryl Hannah Hair: Blonde, broomlike Build: Almost so manly it's hard to believe we used to think she was a sex symbol Pros: Stylish use of eye makeup, low-cost plastic wardrobe Cons: Homicidal robot boyfriend, unhealthy relationship with "other brother Darryl" Memorable quote: "Standard pleasure model"