One of my favourite topics to talk about, but yeah… I thought I’d make one last thread here and put the issue to rest now.
The problem of Inceldom is ultimately a problem of social status. Even after sex robots become affordable, fully functional and visually appealing, there will still be a strong social hierarchy and incels will still be at the bottom of it… and while they might find relief from their loneliness and sexual frustration, society will still heavily frown upon them.
None of this is new of course, as every civilization has had its own unique underclass since the dawn of man.
That’s probably why you never tend to see many rich and famous incels… or incels who own property / run their own businesses… etc.
That doesn’t stop you from having fun adventures with the robot girlfriend of your dreams of course… but unless you just want to have a bland, predictable, off-the-shelf experience like the everybody else… then you’re gonna need a fuckton of imagination, creativity and also technical skills in order to customize them to suit your needs… or just a lot of money.
Also note that even if robots become fully indistinguishable from humans to the point of being able to bleed, breathe, drink, eat the way we do… people will still largely take the technology for granted, just as we take the internet and smartphones for granted (your smartphone is 1000x more powerful than the computer that put man on the moon… but who gives a shit, right?).
So yeah… nothing worth having is easily obtainable. In a world full of sex robots, people will simply compete over whose model is the prettiest/most advanced/most realistic.
Sooner or later you’ll realize that everything in life is just one massive competition, and you can’t bail your way out of it no matter what.
Mom and dad was right. You have to work hard to get what you want out of life.
There will never be a shortcut to happiness… if anything, the shortcuts will lead to even bumpier roads. (And for some people this could be rather fun…)
My 50 cents.