Sex machine is going to take on a whole new meaning in years to come. Once the realm of science fiction fantasies, the technology behind anthropomorphic sex robots is advancing at a rapid pace. Some observers believe the technology will become widespread in the near future and that sex with robots could even eclipse human love-making
by 2050. It is highly controversial, however, with many feeling that the development of sex robots cannot be morally justified.
That begs the question: would you have sex with a robot? YouGov conducted a survey
in an attempt to find out how Americans feel about the possibility of having a wild night with an actual sex machine. They found that while the vast majority of U.S. adults would turn down the chance of having sex with a robot, men are more likely to accept the offer than women. 1 in 4 men say they would consider having sex with a robot compared to just 1 in 10 women.
The research also shed some light on the moral consequences of having a mechanical fling. 32 percent of people would consider it cheating
if their partner had sex with a robot while 33 percent would not. Interestingly, men are less likely to consider it cheating than women.