Reposted from BSG PR
Premier Men’s Lifestyle Site’s Infographic Explains the Love Doll Appeal
Harriet Sugarcookie, founder of the popular men’s lifestyle website HarrietSugarcookie.com, takes her fascination with AI Future Sex to the fans, asking the question, “Why would you want a sex robot?”
Over 500 men were polled, ushering in a variety of eye-opening responses to supplement Sugarcookie’s new infographic, edited to a Top 10 list. Voters could choose more than one option, which ranged from basic (shy with women or lonely) to peculiar (many wanted a partner that “shared the same interests” or they wanted to “show off their super-hot trophy girlfriend”).
67% of men polled said they simply wanted to have regular sex. 38% said they’d like to live out their fantasies they can’t do in reality. 35% want a partner with “amazing sexual skills” to indulge in “the ultimate sexual luxury… instant gratification.”
Other responses seemed to reflect their dissatisfaction with today’s single women – 31% said they want a partner that wouldn’t let them down; 21% yearn for someone to always listen to them, nearly 15% were looking for a woman who “is never sad or upset” and 6% desired “an old-fashioned girl that doesn’t exist anymore.”
Sugarcookie found that men mostly want to connect – and sex robots can be both designed and programmed to look and act exactly like the ideal partner.
“Men tend to be very specific about what they are looking for, but at the same time – they just want to be comfortable around someone else, be themselves, do what interests them – but maybe they can’t or would rather not make the effort,” said Sugarcookie. “For those people, a robotic love doll can essentially replace the human touch and provide a comforting sense of companionship.”
Since its 2015 launch, HarrietSugarcookie.com has become one of the UK’s leading lifestyle websites – regularly topping over 300,000 monthly visitors – mixing the British adult entertainer’s articles about pop culture, sex, sci-fi/fantasy films, fashion, advice, food and sports, and more!
Visit Harriet Sugarcookie on her Facebook page at Facebook.com/SugarcookieMag.