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#20775 - 02/19/09 05:16 AM Re: Pentagonal Revisionism [Re: Zoid]
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A vibrating penis, with a servomechanism that calibrates the size and shape of itself to my internal anatomy..... and I can tell it to get hotter too?

It will be a glorious day indeed, when something of that calibre hits the market...


I may never leave the house again. ;\)
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#20793 - 02/19/09 12:56 PM Re: Pentagonal Revisionism [Re: spiderbreeder]
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They already have something on the market like that. It's called they Sybian. I couldn't find a site for the other machine that wasn't a porn site. There is another machine that you can control the speed, size, penetration, etc all from a remote control. Have a look at the Sybian.

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#20845 - 02/20/09 05:21 AM Re: Pentagonal Revisionism [Re: fakepropht]
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Well, blow me down with a feather and call me Martha...

Thanks for posting that link Fake, it's ripped my carnal horizon wide open... Ahhh, the possibilities are endless!

I must confess, I've never really ventured into vibrators, but I've gotta tell you, the Sybian looks like a wonderful introduction to the whole scene.
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#20909 - 02/20/09 10:02 PM Re: Pentagonal Revisionism [Re: Zoid]
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 Originally Posted By: Zoid
My thinking on this is irrevocably influenced by C. J. Cherryh's sci-fi novel, Cyteen, which depicts and explores the ramifications of clones who are programmed from birth, and not merely to perform rudimentary tasks, but to devotedly serve the master in highly sophisticated ways, such as, for example, bodyguard. Anyone at all interested in the topic under discussion would do well to read said novel.

Here again, since I've been assuming sexuality was part of the package, I have never been limiting the proposal to rudimentary tasks. Devotion would be absolute but the services rendered would be utterly open-ended. Also, the likeliest scenario would be to program the clone to get complete fulfillment, satisfaction, self-esteem, and self-actualization from the services rendered. In all likelihood, the clone would be happier than the master!

Does any of that alter your perspective?


Ahhhh this does make your view much more understandable to me. Still I see the cloning of human beings as a very complex issue which must be studied from various angles. For example would a clone be looked at as being just as valuable and productive as a naturally born human being in our society or would it just be viewed as a disposable utensil that can easily be replaced? There's no question that even creating human clones who get a sense of fulfillment out of their assigned tasks would cause quite the moral conundrum amongst people.
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#20911 - 02/20/09 10:38 PM Re: Pentagonal Revisionism [Re: Morbid Rex]
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I would say it would be. It is geneticaly the same as a born human. It can still think with logic and reason, it can still work like one.

Why would it be an issue? I think it could do great things for soviety if done right. If being looked at as an expendable asset it would prove most productive. It is easier to dispose of something as long as you have no emotional attatchment to it atleast from what I have found.
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