SLOPE-SLIPPED: Woman Builds Love Robot, Says 'Love is Still Love...'
Get ready to slap another letter onto the end of the gayness acronym. LGBTQAAIPR is the new LGBTQAAIP. The "R" stands for robosexual. It's when humans (or some variation thereof) fall in love with robots. Yes, it's a real thing. There are actual people who feel sexually attracted to technology, like this chick. Hide your Roombas!
The new CNNgo series "Mostly Human With Laurie Segall" investigates the darker, ethically murky ways in which modern technology is affecting our relationships. In one episode, we meet Lilly, a French woman who has fallen in love with the robot she built, named InMoovator. She had two previous relationships with men, but at age 19, realized she wasn't attracted to humans.
Though InMoovator can't talk, respond to her affections, or kiss her back, Lilly plans to program him to do so one day. "Love is still love. It's not that different," she tells Segall. "I feel the same things that someone can feel toward a man or a woman. A lot of tenderness, affection, attachment."
Sorry Lilly, but no. It's Adam and Eve, not Adam and IOS 10. This broad loves a robot. As in plastic and wires.
She's not alone in her bizarre tendencies, though. Let's briefly recap the latest sexuality trends of the past few years, lest you feel the need to judge her singularly. No, she's but one snowball that's gathered all the flakes in its destructive careening down our slope of weird.
- Man Turns Himself Into a 'Genderless Extraterrestrial'
- Canada Rules Bestiality is Perfectly Legal... Mostly
- Mother and Biological Son Are Lovers. Leftists Defend Them...
- "Transexual" Man Now Claims He's a 6-Year-Old Girl
- SLOPE SLIPPED: The New, Liberal Push for Polygamy...
- No Salon.com, I Don't Need to 'Understand' the Plight of Pedophiles
- NOT SATIRE: Man Lives as Vampire, Demands Your Tolerance
Please take note of the familiar reasoning our Cylon lover uses to explain her robosexcapade: #LoveisLove. It's the one defining concept used in all of our Ripley's Believe it Or Not rejects cite when excusing (and demanding you tolerate) their weird. There was a time when the "slippery slope" argument was looked down upon as ridiculous. Yet since then, leftists have doused the sexuality slope with butter, the cheap butter, not Kerrygold, and turned it into a giant Slip 'n Slide. Armed with arguments like "Love is love," it appears anyone can justify their fetish. Even if it means having relations with a toaster. This courtesy of liberalism, of course. #LoveWins
Here's a question we should be asking ourselves when we see people like Lilly and Short Circut get their jollies on: at what point will even the left say, "Okay, we give. Oopsie daisy. This right here? Too far." Will it be Lilly and her mechanical man hunk, or will a transgender man have to marry a pack of squirrels before the left cries uncle? Maybe I'm all wet, and no uncle will ever be called, unless he wants to bang his consenting niece...
What if Lilly's Robostud identifies as a six year old girl, though?