The rest of the walls, meanwhile, are lined with framed, posterized photos of RealDolls in a variety of imaginative settings and inviting poses -- a sexy librarian reaching for a tome on the top shelf, for example, or an Amazonian bombshell sprawled out seductively on a chaise lounge.
In the end, though, there's no escaping the objectification argument.
Actually, except for an opening talk of about a minute, his other speeches will be only a few seconds long.
Robots and drones are unlikely to replace the army of takkyubin workers who knock on your door several times a day and who will return — sometimes immediately — if you miss a delivery.
It's not enough that your job is gonna be lost to automation, now your relationships will go that way, too.
Matt McMullen, Abyss Creations founder and CEO Not everyone is titillated by the idea.