As part of a new series exploring the new diversity in sexuality, the London Fog will explore some of the more unusual sexual practices which have moved from the fringes of society into the mainstream of post-internet western culture. In addition to spending the following weeks on-line and in clubs to unearth the growing diversification of sexual practices - which promise new freedoms for young, old, inhibited or otherwise in today's hyper-sexual reality - our correspondent will seek out diverse commentary on these new trends.
When she first arrived, it was a very surreal feeling having this gorgeous and life-like silicone creature sitting opposite me in the lounge.
What does Islam have to say about such a development?
Will it be called a "bida'a" haram? To what extent is sexual intercourse with a 'replicant' without faith or feelings and moral obligations be acceptable? For sure if it is 'banned' by the ulema, which it will be for sure, nothing will be able to prevent the individual to buy a real life robot replicant and toy with it in the safety and security of their homes.
Next Week: The asexual: Mark, 44, scientific glassblower
Sunday, December 7, 2008
Posted by basil on Sunday, December 07, 2008