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A win-win solution!

PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2016 4:28 pm
by Fernando
A new generation of sex robots is just around the corner.
The current generation sexbots are already scarily realistic with “lifelike warm skin” and a pulse but newer generations only a few years away will be essentially be impossible to tell from human women.

Except in the way their sex organs are engineered with added extras to heighten sexual pleasure just not available in humans!

Makers say the sexual experience will be unprecedented in human history - opponents say the dolls could become addictive and make women obsolete.
So, give four to every Muslim male and both the oppression of women and the demographic nightmare will be solved. And if they're as good as it says, no need to go on jihad, either! When does the crowd-funding begin?

Re: A win-win solution!

PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2016 7:28 am
by Nosuperstition
the demographic nightmare will be solved

A question.Is there a possibility of conceiving a baby every time you have sex with your partner of opposite sex without any condoms etc or does the probability of fertilisation decrease in some random periods after or before menstruation?That is what one person told some 1 or two years back that not every sexual union will produce offspring and that it is safe to have sex without condoms during some periods when the ovulation or the release of egg does not occur in the female body.

Re: A win-win solution!

PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2016 7:29 am
by Nosuperstition
And what about the pill?Does one compulsorily need to take it before or after sex without condoms?

Re: A win-win solution!

PostPosted: Sun Nov 20, 2016 11:00 am
by Fernando
I can't give you exact answers to either question, but I'll try. As regards fertility, it peaks about midway between menstruations, when the woman ovulates. Well away from that point is relatively "safe" or "unproductive" depending how you look at it but by no means reliable. IIRC, a couple of days either side of ovulation is the likeliest time to get pregnant. Whichever way you look at it though, the whole process is rather hit or miss! There are ways of estimating the time of ovulation, at which one can either concentrate ones efforts or avoid like the plague!

As for the pill, the normal ones take control of the woman's whole reproductive cycle and stop ovulation completely, so have to be taken all the time except for a brief gap to allow menstruation (I believe it may be possible to do away with that too, with some). The "morning after" pill is different. It's normally taken just as in its name, but I suspect it might work just before - do not try this at home, though! It's not intended as a routine form of contraception, it's just for emergencies.

[None of the above is intended as medical advice - I'm not qualified to give it.]

The beauty (no pun intended) of the robots, though, is that there is no danger whatsoever of producing little baby Muslims.