Do not let your heart turn to her ways or stray into her paths. Many are the victims she has brought down; her slain are a mighty throng. Her house is a highway to the grave, leading down to the chambers of death. (Proverbs 7:25-27 NIV)
The fall for many of Israel’s bravest warriors was not in battle, but in their tragic decision to enter the tents of Moab and Midian. In Numbers 25, we have the account of what happened. Thirty-thousand died when the Lord’s anger broke out against the Israelites who ignored their vows and committed sexual immorality and worshiped idols at Baal Peor. Buckle up! We will see a falling away like this again. It’s coming! A fatal attraction is coming, only worse.
The plot of the 2007 American film, “Lars and the Real Girl,” centered on a shy young man who, out of fear, rejected relationships with women his age. Instead, Lars purchases a blowup doll whose appearance and dimensions resembled a real girl. A psychiatrist encouraged family and friends to go along with Lars’ attachment to his doll. How far along becomes the question, as Lars affection grows for his girl and they show up (dating?) all over town. The community begins to question their approach to Lars, when invited to Lars’ wedding.
Crazy? I know. That was my thought as I caught scenes of this “comedy” on my fellow plane passenger’s in-flight monitor and researched the movie trailer for this post. Hearing the dialogue wasn’t necessary. I got the point.
Fast forward to a few weeks ago. A headline appeared on The Drudge Report from Britain’s Daily Star On-line. They published an interview with a recent owner of a female sex robot (“sexbots” or “fembot”). (If you want to archive this, the gist of the headline was “Wife shares husband with sex robot.” I hope you take my word for it.)
I apologize for the salacious nature of this, but I believe it is extremely relevant to the present and the end times. The article–as I recall–described the fembot’s owner as wedded to the same woman for some 25 years. He extolled his new love (a robot) and all her virtues. He confessed that it would be tough if he had to decide between his sexbot and his wife.
In the article, the wife and robot were pictured sitting on opposite ends of a couch. The beautiful, buxom young blond was the mostly plastic fembot, of course. The wife was a real person, naturally showing her age, and not smiling. Sex several times a week was with the fembot (yes, the plastic robot), and that’s all I want to report on that subject. It sounds sick, because it is.
A few weeks earlier, another interview was similarly headlined in The Drudge Report, again from the Daily Star. This sex robot owner (let’s call him Lars) said that if anything happened to his wife, he would have no qualms about marrying his fembot. Lars was having an amazing time, since bringing his sex robot home. His wife was just fine with the arrangement, so he said.
In both interviews, the wives did not protest, but, as if married to a polygamist, how could they do anything but approve? How could the wives of the Israelites compete once their men sampled the pleasures offered by the women of Baal Peor?
Women have not been overlooked by sexbot manufacturers. According to fairly recent news reports, male sex robots received good reviews for partner satisfaction, in fact, they offered superior performance to their male human counterparts. God help us! And what will be the consequences if these reports prove accurate?
Other recent related stories in The Drudge Report have stated that because of their life-like qualities–including programmed emotions, and abilities–a humanoid has been awarded citizenship in one nation, and, legal rights are being discussed in others. (Check it out in The Drudge Report archives if you don’t believe me. I know it sounds really weird, but do we see where this is going?)
If you don’t see it yet, maybe Part 9 in this series will open your eyes. Buckle up!