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Porn Site Offers Virtual Reality/Sex Robot Experience

We may not yet have those flying cars that The Jetsons promised us, but the advancements in the sex robot world are proceeding rather rapidly.

The "boom" in the sex robot industry has been a topic of conversation for a while now. Lonely men who have the money, but not the patience or imagination, to make a woman happy now have the option of purchasing a robot to attend to their carnal needs. This is fine for men who have had as least some experience with a woman like, say, waving at one from across the street.

But what about those young men who have grown up on the Internet? There is a very real possibility that these unfortunate lads may have watched porn for a decade or more before even making eye contact with a human woman.

Well, the porn world isn't going to forget their devotion to it or technology.

The UK's Daily Star reports that the pornographic ("adult" to the more euphemism-inclined) service called CamSoda has come up with a solution for the shy, inexperienced guy who has a sex robot but isn't creative enough to think up scenarios for their quality time: the pairing of a sex robot with a virtual reality headset.

The service is called "VIRP," which stands for "Virtual Intercourse with Real People."

It is unclear whether the company is clueless or has a remarkable sense of humor and is subtly mocking the intended customers. Obviously, there are no real people involved in this. There is a real person and a robot, but not people. Sure, the argument could be made that the guy could invite a friend for a ménage à trois, but what are the odds that a dude who can only have sex with a robot while watching porn has any friends?

Exactly.

Also, "VIRP" sounds like "vurp," which is street language for throwing up a little in one's mouth.

Who knew the Urban Dictionary could one day provide such appropriateness?

The Daily Star says the robot (called "RealDolls") costs $1500 dollars, which every 25 year-old guy who's never had to pay for a real date should have saved up. There is no mention about the price of the porn.