In a breakthrough hailed as a milestone in design justice praxis the Jeffrey Epstein funded MIT Media Lab, in collaboration with MIT’s Consortium for Graduate Studies in Gender, Culture, Women, and Sexuality, today released designs for a line of programmable sexbots that challenge normative racial constructs while circumventing the oppressive gender binary.
“We couldn’t be more excited about testing these hypoallergenic, anatomically correct humanoids in all possible configurations,” exclaimed LGBTQIA director Sally Frutexlamber. “Participants in MIT’s popular Erotic Methods program are eager to see how these units compare to less convenient human intimate partners when performing dissident sex acts.”
Every sexbot comes with optional piercings as well as interchangeable, monkeypox-resistant private parts enabling quick and easy anatomical reassignment to better affirm the shifting carnal proclivities of gender-fluid users.
Photoshop credit: Jawad Baig