I have this nagging thought that thousands of years before our ancestors used a femur as a club they discovered how to enhance the pleasure of sex with rocks and pieces of wood polished smooth by flowing water, strips of fibrous plants, animal furs, bones and tusks, berries, fruits, seed pods, tubers, and whatever else they could find. Such speculation aside, what we do know is that many of the great civilizations have left to us in their legacy of tomb paintings, burial artifacts, temple carvings, myths, legends and written records a fascination with sex tools that equals if not surpasses their accomplishments in the armory, and that anthropologists have returned from field trips with a remarkable assortment of items used to adorn the penis and intended to heighten a woman's pleasure. All in all, it seems to me that there is much evidence to suggest that throughout history mankind has more often than not applied his mechanical know-how in pursuit of that classical hippie adage, "Make Love, Not War. While the dividing line between tool and machine is fuzzy, I recognize that since early adolescence I have had an inclination towards sex machines, and only a much lesser interest in sex tools. When I saw my first picture of a dildo it fascinated me, but it fell far short of my own fantasy creations - large, motorized machines intended to give girls unlimited pleasure that bordered on torture. Years later I stumbled across Tomi Ungerer's Fornicon , and for the first time in my life I realized that I was not alone in my interest in the application of complex machinery to produce intense erotic experiences.
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Meet the inventors of their own sexbots, via Sex Machines by Timothy Archibald. In , American photographer Timothy Archibald published a book called Sex Machines in which he met these creators and their various DIY fuckbots in their garages, bedrooms, and living rooms. It was anonymous, but the inventors shared photographs of their inventions. I recall one inventor attempting to explain his fascination to me and it really came down to the sound the machine made. At that point I realised that like with many things, the appeal is really dependent on the individual.
The men were an assembly of artists from the Bay Area and Seattle to Austria and France, along with a sex machine maker, a sex machine pornographer and a spokesperson from San Francisco's Kink. That's F-ing Machines. They went off on an existential tangent as we discussed sex with machines, ideas for "softer" interfaces, theories about the industrial revolution, gender and sexuality. I sat on my hands with a burning query until I couldn't stand it anymore.
Fucking Machines also known as fuckingmachines. Based in San Francisco , California, the site is operated by Kink. Web entrepreneur Peter Acworth launched Fucking Machines on September 25, , as his company's second website after Kink. Devices shown on the site were created with the intent to bring women authentic orgasms.