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For starters, in a world where sex toys that respond and give feedback and artificial-intelligence-powered sex robots are inching toward the mainstream, are digisexuals a fringe group, destined to remain buried in the sexual underground?Or, in a culture permeated with online pornography, sexting and Tinder swiping, isn’t everyone a closet digisexual? Kondo is not the only person to go public about his deep feelings for a digital apparatus in recent years.In 2016 a Frenchwoman identified only as “Lilly” told the media that “I’m really and only attracted by the robots.” She claimed to be engaged to a 3-D-printed robot she had designed, and said, “My only two relationships with men have confirmed my love orientation, because I dislike really physical contact with human flesh.” In 2017, after failing to find a human spouse, an artificial intelligence engineer in China named Zheng Jiajia married (not legally, of course) a robot wife of his own design named Yingying that can reportedly read Chinese characters at a rudimentary level and speak simple words.Neil Mc Arthur, an associate professor of philosophy at the University of Manitoba, and Markie Twist, a professor of human development and family studies at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, published a paper last year called “The Rise of Digisexuality.” It appeared in the journal Sexual and Relationship Therapy and was picked up by media outlets as diverse as Vice and Breitbart.
Maybe they would even go as far as to buy her flowers, or set up a mock dinner with the doll.” For those who can’t afford their own sex android, there are robotic versions of a brothel.
In real life, pioneers of human-android romance now have a name, “digisexuals,” which some academics and futurists have suggested constitutes an emergent sexual identity.
Whether the notion is absurd, inevitable or offensive, it raises more than a few questions.
(A male version named Henry with a bionic penis is in the works.).
The robots, which start at ,000, are designed to provide companionship as much as sex, said Matt Mc Mullen, the company’s founder.