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Lawyer Says Having Sex with Robot Doesn’t Count as Cheating

Lawyer Says Having Sex with Robot Doesn’t Count as Cheating

Be grateful that it’s not a real person or file for divorce immediately? Whatever your reaction, it’s apparently not classed as infidelity, so even if you were planning to organise that divorce, you won’t be able to. Because turns out you can’t cheat on your partner with a robot according to the law.

Neil Brown, managing director and solicitor at Decoded Legal, told The Sun: ‘Having sex with a robot does not constitute adultery. ‘Adultery is only conducted between a respondent and a person of the opposite sex.’

Well then.

A study published back in August revealed that 40% of Britons don’t see sex with a robot as cheating but at the same time, one in three Britons said they would be ‘horrified’ if one of their friends started a relationship with a robot.

But some psychologists say it actually could be good for a relationship, spicing up your sex life and putting an end to affairs.

Yet campaigners say the robots could encourage rape culture, especially when the bots come with a ‘frigid setting’.

Sex robots have become increasingly more popular, with the most advanced sex robot out there being Harmony, which is being created by the manufacturer behind leading sex doll maker Real Dolls. Harmony is already able to speak and answer questions, like Amazon’s Alexa, but is not publically available yet.