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Sex robots now starring in PORN as bizarre ‘erotic sci-fi TV series’ airs online
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Are sex manuals superseded by society's sexualisation to the point where no one now needs any guidance on how to 'do it'? For me though, Sex Tape has a deeper interest than simply wanting to see the adorable Miss Diaz and the equally adorable Mr Segel, or wondering whether I agree with the Rotten Tomato ratings. I'm interested because I wrote the book. Not the book of the film, you understand, but the book around which the film hinges: The Joy of Sex, the erotic manual which inspires the couple's to enact every position from the book. It was first published in , and has since sold over eight million copies worldwide and become a byword in erotic literature.
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The series, dubbed Future Darkly, is described as an "erotic version of Black Mirror", revealing strange futuristic scenarios — in this case, a world filled with randy robot companions. Each episode features a standalone sci-fi storyline, and the first episode — 'The Aura Doll' — focuses on sex-bot relationships of the future. The episode focuses on a young woman called Becca, who meets up with an older man named Robert, who wants to participate in a threesome. But rather than invite another lady or gentleman to his bonking session, Robert wants to bring his "special companion" Harper. Something different.
It's an age-old question. When is art art and when is it simply pornography? A provocative exhibition at the Barbican in central London is helping fuel the debate. Rembrandt's work Jupiter and Antiope is part of the exhibition Seduced - Art and Sex from Antiquity to Now contains works spanning years, by some of the most famous artists in the world, showing human beings in their most intimate moments. Kate Bush, the Barbican's head of art, has spent five years putting the collection together.