Al Fin, You Sexy Thing!

26 September 2007

Sex Life of Robots--Check Out Teaser Trailer

The Sex Life of Robots is not work safe--there is no way around that. But if you want to know why it is not work safe, you should probably take a look at this tease-trailer. Just don't watch it at work unless you are the boss and have a private workstation that isn't being monitored.
The Sex Life of Robots centers around a robot baby and his mother scanning their home computer for porn. It shows -- in graphic detail -- the scenes of robot coitus that pop up on their screen. "It's supposed to be like a silent robot porno movie from another planet," Sullivan explains. Despite the subject matter, Sullivan's creation exhibits a high degree of artistry. His eye for detail gives his movies a gritty, industrialized atmosphere, as you can see in this preview Sex Life of Robots. Warning: the video is not safe for work (NSFW).

His eclectic background includes making rubber roach suits for a made-for-TV horror movie (canceled by NBC), building puppets and sets for indie films, photographing then-budding rock star Deborah Harry for underground mags in the 1970s and art-directing high-concept porno movies. Some of Sullivan's robot sex dioramas will be on display through spring 2008 at Manhattan's Museum of Sex. The images in this gallery are, needless to say, NSFW either.
Wired

If we truly thought of these robots as machines, there should be no reason for us to be upset about their sexuality. It is because we see ourselves in these computer-generated robots that we react to them the way we do.

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16 September 2007

Love, Honey!--If Nature Abhors a Vacuum, Is This Love Toy Unnatural?

Who cares, if it works? The inventor of this particular LoveHoney claims that it produces an orgasm in 11 seconds, with plenty more to follow!
Inventor Joanne Drysdale claims it can give multiple, back-to-back orgasms lasting up to a minute a time - and it does not even touch the skin.

The 49-year-old former toolmaker was cleaning her carpets when she came up with the idea for Vortex, which sells for £35 through lovehoney.co.uk.

She saw how a piece of rubber that had got caught in the nozzle was gently resonating in the air flow. She also felt a soft stimulation to her fingertips as she tried to remove the rubber.

At the time Joanne, from Utah, had not had sex for 15 years following her divorce.

She said: "In my attempts to alleviate frustration, I began to think what I could do. I noticed how the rubber moved in the top of the vacuum.

"After several hours, I came up with the prototype. The first time I tried it I reached an orgasm within 10 seconds.
ananova

Previously, vacuum sex toy devices were made to stimulate males. This new LoveHoney "vacuum screamer" is for women.

While Al Fin remains skeptical as to its claims, he regards the effort to be noble, and on the proper path--natural or not.

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