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Memeday: Men love idealistically (in their pants)

Adapted from a meme by Ian Ironwood
Adapted from a terrible meme by Ian Ironwood

We’ve met “Ian Ironwood” before, the prolific red pill mememaker with a fondness for retro images and retrograde sexual politics.

Today, I’ve assemble what you might call a little meme essay made up of images he’s posted. Prepare yourself in advance for a BIG IRONIC SURPRISE TWIST ENDING!

Oh dear, I’ve kind of spoiled the surprise. Oops.

I cropped out her cleavage here but you can imagine.
I cropped out about a foot of cleavage here

 

I would think the most interesting thing about her , at least medically speaking, would be her crushed internal organs
I guess that’s why she has an arrow pointing to it?

 

You met this gal, or at least her legs, earlier
We met this gal, or at least her legs, earlier

 

Yep, this one ACTUALLY starts with ACTUALLY
Yep, this one ACTUALLY starts with ACTUALLY

 

idealoptions
You have the option of a narrow tie, or the narrowest tie

 

Wait, what?
Wait, what?

Directed by M. Night Shyamalan!

I had no idea that “idealism” consisted of thinking of women as little more than vagina delivery systems. I guess that’s what the red pill teaches you, huh?

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Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
5 years ago

@Buttercup

Woot! Definitely won’t have time for a coffee? 🙂 Assuming you’ll be anywhere near Morris County.

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
5 years ago

@Bina

If a guy has a similar problem to the one from that song…Perhaps try and errhm…handle things before leaving the house/seeing a counselor/going to the doctor/anything but bother any women, especially near or total strangers in public.

Hah, I’ll have to tell the Mister no more conversations and more fixation on the wondrous magic of my vagina-having (not sure if more would be a healthy thing but I’m eager to assist him in man-ning to his full abilities!) Will Ironwood take responsibility if this damages the mister’s relationship with me, the vagina-haver? He should compose some sort of disclaimer about all this wonderful and valuable* advice otherwise, some enterprising person(s) might sue!

*/S/ is for sarcasm

numerobis
numerobis
5 years ago

Ellesar:

No gay men in his sad sorry world, clearly

That man loving idealistically is very obviously checking out the other dude, who seems sad that the idealist is taken. Because the idealist has decided to follow the ideal of 50s nuclear families, he’s going to stick with his wife and secretly have an affair with the sad dude. Making everyone miserable due to crappy ideals.

That or I’m overthinking it.

Em
Em
5 years ago

Lol … men love idealistically but they’re only interested in vaginas. The irony is too much.

ColeYote
ColeYote
5 years ago

Men are all shallow, sex-obsessed assholes, but remember, we’re the misandrists.

Ooglyboggles
5 years ago

@kupo
http://66.media.tumblr.com/9aceb9c7bdf9e25de05ff1f6297dbe8d/tumblr_inline_o3bqboA4is1tu3lkg_1280.jpg

Going back to older generations’ lack of understanding about women is edgy, right.

Tessa
Tessa
5 years ago

Picture of one man with three women: OPTIONS!
Picture of one woman with two men: OPPORTUNIST!

Kat
Kat
5 years ago

@runsinbackground

Since there’s no realistic way to go through your whole life without ever allowing someone who lives in your house and sleeps in your bed to see you in a moment of weakness, a man should be prepared for his wife to leave him by knowing that he “has options”, that he should easily be able to find a new woman with the same characteristics that attracted the old one, and should make sure that his wife is aware that she isn’t actually all that special to him so that she’ll be less likely to stray.

Makes total sense.

Also, the man with that theory is a very frightened person and is likely to lash out.

authorialAlchemy
authorialAlchemy
5 years ago

MRAs are just not there for gay and asexual men, are they? If they really cared about men, they would be.

Ooglyboggles
5 years ago

@Kat
Weird, I thought that when you lived with your spouse you have a level of trust, that trust entailing that the parties involved would be honest, respectful to one another, and able to show weakness and help each other out.

I went about this all wrong. I should instead treat my hypothetical Mrs.Boggles like she’s the Terminator, and she’s out for blood.

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
5 years ago

@Oogly

I should instead treat my hypothetical Mrs.Boggles like she’s the Terminator, and she’s out for blood

If you’re in mortal fear of it, then you shoulda put a ring on it! That’s what Beyonce was singing about, right?

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
5 years ago

@Axecalibur

I thought she was singing about another kind of ring…a NSFW kind…:P

*If women were raccoons it might work out ok, maybe not because raccoons like to take the shiny things off to their den with them.

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
5 years ago

@msexception
Whenever someone mentions NSFW, I always imagine the job for which it very much is safe. Like somebody’s in a gray cubicle somewhere, actively looking up rings, for research purposes only of course, and just being bored. Then walking into their department head’s office and dropping of that quarterly report on the demographics of ring use or summat. Ho hum, 9 to 5, it’s a living. Heading home to the spouse, talking about their day over leftover lasagna:

‘Me and my team successfully bioengineered a new type of clean fuel producing algae! How about you?’
‘Lotsa genital accessory research, mostly… Had Panera Bread for lunch, so that was nice…’
😁

Also, speaking of Bey:
http://static1.squarespace.com/static/5671bfff4bf11835678bdf9c/572797337da24f738c4cee67/57279733859fd0c265f43b4a/1462212409824/tumblr_o65bb2QSDS1rsxbklo1_r1_500.gif
Beyonce, baseball bat, symbolism, wink. Just sayin…

Kat
Kat
5 years ago

Mammotheers, I’m taking up a collection for sexbot research.

The sooner the glorious day arrives when every guy who wants a sexbot gets one, the sooner the MRAs will STFU and GTOW already.

I’ve given US$5. Any denomination, any currency will help. Won’t you contribute?

What’s that — it’s a scam? All these guys have hands — and they don’t cost a thing? These guys will never STFU? Never GTOW???????????????????

Okay, I’m taking back my five and spending it on a very large chocolate bar. With a chocolatey sugar rush, life always looks bearable — even when the MRM exists.

NickNameNick
NickNameNick
5 years ago

It’s funny how people think being “edgy” actually means anything these days when everyone tries being “edgy” in some wrong-headed, ignorant, or contrarian fashion. When advertising agencies are being “edgy” in order to sell products and services – anyone, like stand-up comedians or edgelords, come off less like rebels and more like a bunch of trend-following sheep incapable of originality.

Frank, from God Bless America, probably said it best:

I would defend their freedom of speech if I thought it was in jeopardy. I would defend their freedom of speech to tell uninspired, bigoted, blowjob, gay-bashing, racist and rape jokes all under the guise of being edgy, but that’s not the edge. That’s what sells. They couldn’t possibly pander any harder or be more commercially mainstream, because this is the “Oh no, you didn’t say that!” generation, where a shocking comment has more weight than the truth. No one has any shame anymore, and we’re supposed to celebrate it.

So did Daria Morgendorffer too:

https://youtu.be/vZjX65NYVGM

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
5 years ago

@Axecalibur

Since I do the majority of my work in my lovely home office area (a desk with computer, printer, and a crapton of files in 4 going on 5 file cabinets) I don’t even have to put pants on for work if I don’t want to – and not required to be in court or meet with client/other lawyers that day – technically as long as I don’t mix up browser windows with document form windows, *EVERYTHING* is safe at my work. 😛

I think it was the conversation I had with my friend who has several pants-half-parts jewelry accessories and just added another one earlier this evening that sent my mind down the genital accessory bling path. 😉 He’s a funny guy, known him since I was still in high school (he’s a couple years older) making him the friend I’ve known the 2nd longest, coming along tor 20 years soonish!

Oh yeah, I’d like to tell everyone….I HAVE RACCOONS! Not in the house, just in my gated community, but they’re extremely curious and one will get about 2 feet away and stare at me for a while when I’m outside on the patio at night. (Hopefully that doesn’t mean it’s rabid and just biding its time before it attacks me and I have to go to the hospital for some shots…:P) I’m probably the only person who doesn’t get all loud and scary yelling at them until they run away here, as long as they don’t go all teeth and claw I’d love for them to stay as long as they like – just no destroying things obviously – and no I’m not feeding them because they’re wild animals and as cute as my trash pandas are feeding wild animals would be bad.

jamesworkshop
jamesworkshop
5 years ago

“having open options”

Ian, stop riding the pussy carousel.

Kevin
Kevin
5 years ago

@ msexceptiontotherule
Your raccoons sound a bit like my neighbourhood’s foxes and badgers. (The badgers are shyer though.)

Argle Bargle (formerly Carr)
Argle Bargle (formerly Carr)
5 years ago

I’m sure if I said I love my fiance for him possessing the quality of penis these assholes would go on how it’s still opportunistic – I just want his penis, but I want his penis because it’s probably a big one! If it weren’t, I would leave him for someone else, because feeeemales.
But him loving for the quality of having a vagina is totally not the same, no double standard here.

@msexceptiontotherule

Aaaaaw, raccoooons! I love the little burglar looking critters :3

Lea
Lea
5 years ago

Ian Ironwood claims to be a married man.

I don’t believe it for a second.

Nor do I believe he has “options”.

We’re looking at Ian’s masturbatory fantasies.

Ew.

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
5 years ago

The raccoons keep multiplying! (I know they occasionally do this through the miracle of reproduction resulting in births, but that usually takes longer than a week from mating-gestation-baby raccoons exploding from the mama, right?) At first there was just one wandering around, then two more, and last night the total number was 6 unique individual raccoons chasing each other up trees and through the bushes. And 3 looked like older juveniles plus 3 full grown very ‘fluffy’ adults. As usual one decided to spend a bit of time hanging out just feet from me to watch what I was doing. I wanted to invite it inside but I’m trying very hard to respect that it’s a wild animal and therefore I cannot feed or attempt to make it my pet – the dog would have a fit anyway, but at least she’s had her rabies booster so it’s up to date. 😛

Catalpa
Catalpa
5 years ago

Personally I find it kind of neat that NSFW seems to be a word added to our language that describes a concept we did not previous have a word for. There’s no real synonym for the term, at least not one that covers all the connotations of it, I believe.

I dunno, etymology is neat.

Tragedy of the Commas
Tragedy of the Commas
5 years ago

“When men say they want “interesting women”…they’re really just talking about sex.”

Oh, fuck off with that sophomore in high school’s understanding of sexuality. (And, frankly, I knew high schoolers with a better understanding of sex and sexuality than the adult men behind these memes).

Interesting is not mutually exclusive to interest in sex. As Viscaria said, “interesting” is an ambiguous compliment. We all like people who interest us. It’s the why they’re interesting that matters. Even for casual hook ups, you’ll have a check list of things to care about (e.g. they can hold a conversation while at the bar and they practice safe sex). And these memes assume that women aren’t equally interested in getting laid.

More importantly, sex is not some Platonic Form that exists separate from reality as a perfectly objective, unchanging, essential thing to reach for. Sex varies wildly in quality and experience and isn’t essentially heteronormative. Plus, if you just want “sex”, you’re not distinguishing between good sex and bad sex. Guarantee, these men care about the difference even as they claim they don’t.

So, while many of us have (half) jokingly talked about needing to get laid, this makes the concept into an all-encompasing, existential want that defines a (cis, heterosexual) man’s entire existence. It makes men seem very sad and certainly not free or liberated. End male sexuality to end men’s suffering! X-D

Furthermore, the implication is that men have no standards. The amount of shaming of all kinds of women (e.g. too fat, dyed hair, has opinions, etc) by these manosphere types suggests otherwise.

Lastly, the “always have options” meme seems a little anti-poly, or at least mischaracterizing it and other types of open relationships as being solely to the man’s benefit or that they should exist solely for the man’s benefit. So, yeah, fuck these memes.

@ runsinbackground

Touche. Your reading of the internal logic as accidentally empowering women makes sense to me.

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
5 years ago

Women’s sexuality: the primary thing that motivates and interests men. Central to masculine identity! Nothing else matters!

Women’s sexuality: Meh, no big deal. Get over yourself, princess.

They whip back and forth between those two extremes so often, you could power a maglev train with their alternating logic.

“Your vagina is so NOT SPECIAL that I’m going to romanticize it in the style of lurid 1950s Communist propaganda art.”

“Yesterday I spent 18 hours laboring over an MS Paint graph which scientifically proves that women are a waste of time.”

“I had to search 165 image sites (with a few porn detours here and there) but I finally found the perfect stock photo to illustrate how we shouldn’t pay any attention to women.”

@IP – We’ll be heading north on the Garden State Parkway around noon – not sure how close that is to you? Would love to have a quick rest stop coffee with you and your Otter, if we could figure out a way to occupy two active 4 year olds -__-

(((Hambeast))) Now With Extra Parentheses
(((Hambeast))) Now With Extra Parentheses
5 years ago

authorialAlchemy said

MRAs are just not there for gay and asexual men, are they? If they really cared about men, they would be.

They only care about themselves. They also like having strength in numbers and reinforcement for their views. These two things make up the real reasons there are organized* MRAs. I think it also neatly explains FeMRAs.

*for a certain definition of organized

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
5 years ago

@Fruitloopsie

If the mother was concerned that bullying was ongoing … would the mother have voluntarily re-enrolled the child?

Sorry Alan, msexception, whoever else, but fuck lawyers right now

Paradoxical Intention - Mobile
Paradoxical Intention - Mobile
5 years ago

Re: “interesting”

It really is a stupidly vague “compliment” that requires a shiload of context.

It can mean “I want to learn more about this person” or the equivalent of the southern “Bless their heart”, which can be a very polite way of implying “I hate that person”, but, again, context is important.

For instance: Ironwood* is interesting like a car wreck. I’m just here for the carnage.

*Side note: What a stupid penis euphemism. No one cares about your boner, Ian.

Hexum7
Hexum7
5 years ago

Constantly accusing feminists of misandry while not comprehending how incredibly self- loathing it is to characterize all men as only being interested in sex.

Someone call the Irony Police

Robert
Robert
5 years ago

When I see a reference to Ian Ironwood, it reminds me of Grace Underwood from Lewis’s “That Hideous Strength”. He suffers from the comparison. I suspect Lewis got the surname from Norse mythology.

During my carefree single days, I did pursue some men because they were interesting people. Whether it resulted in rumpy-pumpy or not, I never regretted the effort; if the worst case scenario is ‘I now know an interesting person’, you’ve got a good thing going.

Related, I get the impression that some of these MRA types, despite an ineluctable heterosexual inclination, are deeply squicked by the realities of a female human being. The emotive and cognitive dissonance of desiring something that also repels you reminds me of the g0ys, who are probably as small a percentage of homosexually inclined men as MRAs are of heterosexually identified men. But gosh, don’t they both go on about it.

In closing, a hopeful note. I was out with our older son yesterday. At one point, he commented to me that, now that he’s nineteen, he’s not looking at girls any more – he’s looking at women. I assured him that this was a desirable thing.

Ooglyboggles
5 years ago

@Axe
Well mom always said, if she looks like she can end you in a thousand ways, she’s someone you better be with.

NickNameNick
NickNameNick
5 years ago

@Hexum7:

Someone call the Irony Police

Don’t you mean “Ironwoody Police”?

… I’m sorry, that was terrible…

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
5 years ago

@Buttercup

Are you going all the way south to north? Essex County is close to us.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
5 years ago

@Buttercup

After consulting with the council of otters, we have reached the conclusion that a meetup will probably be impossible. We don’t have access to a car tomorrow, and we’re having some people over in the early afternoon. 🙁

Unless you wanna drop by the house and let the 4 year olds splash around in the pool for a while. :p Long shot, I know.

Maybe some other time, I guess.

Bina
5 years ago

@msexception:

I’ve got raccoons too, but as I live on the edge of a small town, on what used to be a chicken farm, I’m not exactly thrilled to see them. They always rip my compost pile to shreds…unless it’s covered in well-rotted old stuff. Which, sadly, is on top of the old pile, which I flipped a few days ago. Everything else I’ve tried to deter them with has failed, including ammonia and adding pee to the pile. But my kitty seems to love chasing them, if she’s out at the same time they happen to show up. She treed a young one a couple of times.

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
5 years ago

@IP – Bummer, but yeah, probably impractical to try to arrange a meetup this time around. We’ve got a 10 hour drive ahead of us and already have a planned detour to drop off some Hillary yard signs at the other end. Tomorrow is back to work/school. 🙁

If your future travels include New England, definitely look us up (or who knows, maybe we’ll visit Sweden someday). We’ll wave in your direction as we pass through East Orange!

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
5 years ago

@Buttercup

Wave to the west! :p

Hope you have a nice and safe drive.

(((VioletBeauregarde))): Prominent Misanderer of the Gynocracy
(((VioletBeauregarde))): Prominent Misanderer of the Gynocracy
5 years ago

I was gonna say something but you all beat me to whatever I was going to say. You snooze you lose, I guess.

(((VioletBeauregarde))): Prominent Misanderer of the Gynocracy
(((VioletBeauregarde))): Prominent Misanderer of the Gynocracy
5 years ago

Oh…here’s something I can add:
I wonder if Ironwood (I know I’m one of the last people who should talk about names, but nice name) lives in fear of being tazed, pepper sprayed, struck or whatever by people who recognize him as the slime ball who wrote that sexist (towards men as well as women) bilge. Probably not because he (probably) thinks the Internet is totally anonymous, but if I were him I would be.

To be clear, I am *not* threatening him…I’m just saying that nobody would be surprised if that stuff did happen to him. If I had written such toxic bullshit, I would always be worried about getting attacked.

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
5 years ago

@Bina

I’m in suburbian SoCal somewhat near the beach – and I guess I’m sort of biased about which species I prefer in terms of visiting wildlife. 😛 I’ve got a preference in the petting zoos too – goats. Lol I’m just happy that we’ve got some of these critters returning to the region even if it’s most likely because they are unable to find adequate water and food sources in the mountains where they retreated to as humans increased their efforts to build suburbia. We get coyotes running down the streets at night but mostly they travel around in our cemented-over ‘flood control’ riverbeds, other wildlife has followed but seem to exit and stay a while (probably to get away from the hungry coyotes!), bunnies that were once people’s pets then abandoned in various parks and open fields that became neighborhoods do their multiplying thing like bunnies are wont to do so there are plenty of those – some areas they’re almost plague status but if you’re going to be invaded by that many of one species might as well be adorable bunnies! My gated community has trees, lakes, and streams (the water features are man-made) so undoubtedly it appeals to various critters, not just ducks and geese – which we have, the latter of which we prefer not to and don’t seem to stick around once they figure out how many ducks are here and are getting territorial towards them.

My dog would love to chase the squirrels that have recently shown up to hang out during the day in our trees and she would love to go after the raccoons here during the ‘night shift’ but the squirrels stay out of her reach and I try to keep her inside at night other than walks on-leash because I do worry that the one very friendly and extremely curious (as in enough to have started trying to figure out how to bypass the metal fencing around my patio because it wants a closer look at me ) raccoon could be more than anyone bargained for in terms of teeth and claws and biting if faced with a barky and excitable dog.

Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
5 years ago

@IP – We’re home now! Did you get my telepathic wave around 1 pm?

Hope you had fun with your friends this afternoon. 🙂

I decided if I ever write a Regency romance novel, I’m going to name all the characters after Garden State Parkway exits. “Elizabeth Cranford”. “Clark Westfield”. “Linden Roselle”. All of them squabbling over the vacant Vicar of Hacksensack post.

rugbyyogi
rugbyyogi
5 years ago

Ha ha… these guys are really missing out.

I have a relationship with a man that is really just about sex or at least its primary focus by such a long, long way. During this relationship I had a big career success, such as my work got in the papers and on tv. Although the subject matter was grim, he said he found all that coverage really hot because he knew he was having sex with the author of that work.

You can be focused on sex and still find the person you’re having sex with interesting in other areas…unless of course you hate yourself and women.

bluecat
bluecat
5 years ago

Golly, these dudes REALLY don’t like men.

Nor women, obviously.

occasional reader
occasional reader
5 years ago

Hello.

To Men, Sexuality IS Our Prime Interest.

I am not sure that walking on three legs (or less, if you have a disability) the whole day is an interest or good for the health…
And as making ridiculous posters with shitty comments on them seems to be your Prime Interest, i would suggest to re-read yourself sometimes before posting anything…

> “Interesting”
It is a term men are counselled to put in their dating profile (e.g. “I am looking for interesting women”) to simulate a broad mind nature, because writing “I want HB8 at least” only bring you pencils. Sometimes it is true (that you are looking for interesting women), the rest of the time it is used to reject the woman because saying “you do not please my boner” may have you banned of the dating site (and thus you have to drop Biggusdickus987651321698 and re-inscribe yourself as Biggusdickus987651321699, because girlz like Monty Python, arh arh arh *nudge nudge wink wink*)

Have a nice day.

sillybill
sillybill
5 years ago

msexceptiontotherule:
trash pandas!! ha!

“raccoon could be more than anyone bargained for in terms of teeth and claws and biting if faced with a barky and excitable dog.” good call – racoons can be pretty vicious when attacked and neither dog nor coon understand each others body language.

Btw – people can actually get rabies vaccine shots, tho you can’t just show up at the local clinic and get one, you have to call around and maybe have it special ordered.

This may sound mean, but when I lived in cities I used to make a point of scaring the wildlife – chase the geese, honk at the deer, yell at the racoons, etc. on the theory that we don’t want wildlife getting the idea that people are sources of food or comfort. People and civilisation are generally dangerous to other animals. You might think they are cute and give them peanuts but your neighbor might think they are scary and lay out the poison.

bina, I live in the middle of a forest so have lot’s of animal visitors – we put all our compost piles in cages made of wired up pallets (wire-hinge one for a door to facilitate turning) anchored at corners with metal garden posts and put another pallet (loose) on top to keep the critters out. Pallets are strong, light, racoon resistant and free behind the supermarket/hardware store.

On-topic: I’m starting to understand why some of y’all appear to be in favor of sexbots. I guess they will also have to be programmed to do the chores and cook because there is more than 2 minutes in a day!

Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary
5 years ago

I don’t believe zoos etc should call the Firefox the ‘red panda’ anymore, as it is a taxonomic anomaly from the Victorian age when they believed them to be ‘lesser pandas’ genetically related to the giant panda. In reality they are closely related to ferrets and raccoons. They are beautiful tho. I think they like to use the Panda name to trick punters into thinking they have giant pandas.

Scildfreja
Scildfreja
5 years ago

@msexceptiontotherule,

Since I do the majority of my work in my lovely home office area (a desk with computer, printer, and a crapton of files in 4 going on 5 file cabinets) I don’t even have to put pants on for work if I don’t want to – and not required to be in court or meet with client/other lawyers that day – technically as long as I don’t mix up browser windows with document form windows, *EVERYTHING* is safe at my work. 😛

Hi five! Home offices are great!

@sillybill,

On-topic: I’m starting to understand why some of y’all appear to be in favor of sexbots. I guess they will also have to be programmed to do the chores and cook because there is more than 2 minutes in a day!

http://i2.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/000/955/225/70f.gif

Sort of on that topic! Workin’ on some concept/relationship comprehension algorithms lately. It’s beginning to appear that a system that can understand a general context, and understands its own states, will also be able to understand its place within that context. So I am against sexbots, because they don’t deserve to be put in that horrible context! Boo MRA sexbot research! Booo!

sillybill
sillybill
5 years ago

Scildfreja,
Oh I’m totally against the idea of sexbots myself (not for your reasons tho, they would just be machines so couldn’t know of their own degradation. i think?) because i’m against humanoid robots in general.

People should do their own dishes, mop their own floors, wipe their own kids snotty noses, fight their own wars, and make love to real humans.

On the other hand, sometimes I’m called upon to repair welding and parts handling robots so maybe I’m being a hypocrite.

Virgin Mary
Virgin Mary
5 years ago

@sillybill

The thing that scares me about sexbots, is even though they are nonsentiant machines, the intention is there to do worse things. They can get sexbots of children and babies, or even animals. You know those lifelike newborn baby dolls? I hate to imagine the deviants who buy these. The original short story AI, by Brian Aldiss (who had an interest in child sex, also wrote The Hand Reared Boy) originally wrote that the other David robots were sexbots, Jude Law’s character is a much younger looking teen robot in the book. Ick.