Friday, March 1, 2024

Experts Claim Metaverse Sex Will Be Just as Good as the Real Thing

'This could be great for people who feel insecure about how they look... '

(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) Sex industry experts have implausibly claimed that sex in Mark Zuckerberg‘s Metaverse will be just as good as sex in the real world.

Despite the fact that Zuckerberg’s ideal human avatars are “legless and floating,” experts suggest that such “visual drawbacks” won’t slow down the booming “cyber sex industry,” the U.S. Sun reported.

“In the metaverse it doesn’t matter what you look like and users even get to choose,” Daniel Golden, vice president of adult site DreamCam, told the Sun. “This could be great for people who feel insecure about how they look.”

“Getting it on in the metaverse will just become a personal preference for how people will like to get their freak on,” he continued.

Cam model Carly Evans agreed.

“Thanks to the fast-paced world of haptic devices and ‘real-feel’ sex toys, VR sex could one day be just as good [as real sex],” she told the Sun. “Just because it’s virtual, doesn’t mean it isn’t sex.”

All according to plan for cylons like Zuckerberg.

Anonymous, affordable, limitless virtual sex is an integral part of the post-pandemic Great Reset, according to which ordinary humans will “own nothing and be happy.”

In the future, the Davos class hopes to live in prosperity while the majority “live in the pod, eat the bugs, order the weed, binge the porn,” as political philosopher James Poulos has said.

Ordinary human nature remains a persistent problem, however, as Jane Patel, a British metaverse researcher, discovered when she first logged into the Metaverse.

“Within 60 seconds of joining — I was verbally and sexually harassed — 3–4 male avatars, with male voices, essentially, but virtually gang raped my avatar and took photos,” Patel wrote on Medium.

Meta responded quickly with the announcement of virtual physical distancing restrictions that will certainly never be used to restrict users’ access to the fulfillment of their respective hearts’ desire.

Perhaps, unfortunately, the brave new “beyond” of free choice and personal preference will be as heavily regulated as the old world.

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