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) the series opens up many questions about human nature, and all of the dark fantasies we might want to fulfil if we ourselves could visit a place like Westworld.Following the life of Dolores, played by the charming Evan Rachel Wood, we see just what the robots are put through on any given experience, there to please and gratify the super rich that visit the park.

But over the past few months we have heard a great deal about the rise in popularity of a new breed of Japanese sex doll. The beautiful, albeit creepy, dolls are available in a staggering range of designs.This is particularly true in Japan where an ancient Shinto tradition, which views all inanimate objects as having a ‘life force’, and robotics technology far superior to that of The West have met and blended.Of course, Asuna is not a sex robot (not yet anyway) and given her fake age that’s probably a good thing.Helen Driscoll, a leading authority on the psychology of sex and relationships, thinks that advances in technology mean the way in which humans interact with robots is set alter dramatically in 50 years, stating that “Robophilia” will soon be the norm.She told “As virtual reality becomes more realistic and immersive and is able to mimic and even improve on the experience of sex with a human partner; it is conceivable that some will choose this in preference to sex with a less than perfect human being.” The Japanese population is in decline, the Japanese sex doll trade is booming as the field of robotics seems to be making startling new discoveries every single day.Users can select from up to ten different head types and thirty different hair colours.

Bust size, hair amount and standing height can all be altered by the user too.

However, experts predict that lifelike robotic dolls of the nature portrayed by Jude Law in the movie states that while ‘being loved’ by a robot sounds a bit weird, someday, for many people, it will be “just as normal” as human love.

If however, like me, you are more creeped out than anything else, you might want to read up on the work of Dr.

But then as I researched the subject more I found that the opposite was true — that rather than reduce the objectification of women, children and also men and transgender people, these robots would contribute and reinforce their position in society (as objects).

We have the real use of women and children in the real world (as sex objects) and this kind of paraphernalia reinforces that message.” Dr.

Asuna is just like any normal 15-year-old girl except that, like the sex dolls, she doesn’t have a soul and she’s made entirely of synthetic materials.