Taffy is Mills’s sex robot. He gave her that name because it sounded young and playful. This month, Mills and Taffy celebrate their two-year anniversary. Which is to say, Mills had her delivered in June 2014, from a company called Abyss Creations in San Marcos, California.
Taffy is the “RealDoll2, Body A” model, with silicone skin and stainless-steel joints. Her $7,149 price tag included an extra $500 for custom freckles because Mills wanted her to look more realistic. The doll also features, per Abyss’s website, “ultra-realistic labia,” “stretchy lips,” and a hinged jaw that “opens and closes very realistically.”
But back to the very real woman, he’d brought back to his place. “I didn’t want my date to walk into the room and suddenly see Taffy,” he says. “Because if you’re not expecting her, she’s kind of terrifying.”
“So I say to this girl, ‘Give me a minute.’ And I run into the bedroom and quickly throw a sheet over Taffy.” He laughs like it’s the kind of story he tells at dinner parties.“That was a close one.”
Mills looks down at Taffy, who’s lying on his bed covered with a blue blanket and a pile of dirty laundry. Her face is the only part of her that’s visible, and with her vacant stare and unkempt blonde hair, she looks like a dead body, the equivalent of a fresh corpse peeking out of leaves in a forest preserve, waiting to be discovered by an unsuspecting morning jogger.
But judging from the way Mills looks at her, we’re obviously not seeing the same thing. “I wouldn’t exactly call this a relationship,” he says, hesitantly. “I think one of the misconceptions about sex robots is that owners view their dolls as alive, or that my doll is in love with me, or that I sit around and talk to her about whether I should buy Apple stock. In other words, the owners are batshit out of their minds.”
Aside from the doll in his bedroom, there’s nothing especially off-putting about Mills. He’s 57, with a curly mop of brown hair, a goatee, and a pear-shaped physique. He calls himself a loner, but he’s effusive and friendly with strangers and prone to oversharing. He’s an author—he wrote the 2006 book Atheist Universe, which still sells well enough to keep royalty checks coming—and is living off what he calls a “modest” family inheritance.Mills is twice divorced—his first marriage, to a Polish immigrant, lasted for 18 years, until he met his second wife on the Internet. He has a daughter, a 20-year-old college student, of whom he speaks fondly. Yes, his daughter is well aware of Taffy’s existence, but Mills says, “We don’t really talk about it, just like we don’t talk about my television set or washing machine.”
Mills has lived in the same modest three-bedroom home in West Virginia for his entire life. “I was brought home from the hospital to the room where Taffy now sleeps,” he says. It’s sparsely decorated, with a framed, hand-signed letter from Albert Einstein (he paid $9,000 for it) and a photo of the comedian Bill Maher with his arm around Mills’s daughter.
Taffy stays in the bedroom because at 85 pounds she’s too heavy for Mills to carry around. “Moving her from the couch to the bed is like trying to move a refrigerator,” he says of his bedmate. “I bought a stand for her, which is like a gigantic tripod, but it’s not very sexy. So I just leave her here.”
He still dates, and he occasionally tells the women about Taffy. And sometimes, sure, they freak out. “They’ll be like, ‘Don’t call me anymore, I’m unfriending you on Facebook, stay away from me and my children,’ that sort of thing,” he laughs. “It happens. But I’ve met some women who were into me because of the doll. I’ve had sexual experiences that I never would’ve had without Taffy.” By “sexual experiences,” he means exactly what you think he means.
“There was one time where…let me think…” He pauses, trying to remember where he was on the bed in relation to the other two women, only one of whom had a heartbeat. “I was sucking on Taffy’s left breast,” he finally decides, “and this girl was sucking on the other. It was great. Really hot. I think she was bi-curious.”
He gestures toward Taffy, a permanent fixture on his king-size bed. “Sometimes it’s annoying, always having her here,” he says.“But she can also make life interesting.”
If She Only Had a Brain
This wasn’t what we were promised. Sex robots were supposed to be sexier. Or at least not as creepy. When you think of cyborgs with functioning genitals, you probably imagine someone sleek and beautiful—aesthetically perfect—and capable of staggering carnal hydraulics. Like Daryl Hannah in Blade Runner, or Kelly LeBrock in Weird Science, or Nicole Kidman in The Stepford Wives. Last year’s sci-fi drama Ex Machina summed up our expectations perfectly when a tech mastermind explained his sex-bot creation with this blunt poetry: “If you wanted to screw her, mechanically speaking, you could, and she’d enjoy it.”
Is that asking for too much? Well, apparently it is because sex robots in 2016 are more reminiscent of Mattel’s Chatty Cathy dolls from the 1960s, which couldn’t do much besides coo “Give me a kiss.”
The two biggest names in U.S. sex robot technology— Abyss Creations and True Companion in Wayne, New Jersey—are already selling robotic lovers, but both companies offer more promises than realistic intimacy.
Abyss’s RealDolls come with an abundance of options; you can choose from 19 faces, five eye colors, 15 hairstyles, and 11 different styles of labia. Who knew vaginas came in so many variations?
Meanwhile, the “RoxxxyGold” robot from True Companion—with a base price, before the extras, of $6,995—offers such enticing options as “a heartbeat and a circulatory system” and the ability to “talk to you about soccer.” Plus, regardless of your skills, it will always have an“orgasm.” And of course, the reason anyone wants a sex robot: She has an off switch.
Taffy and her ilk are laughably primitive. But then again, so were the Wright Brothers’ prototypes. We went from “this is a fantasy” to “I want more legroom in premium economy” in less than a century.
In 2007’s Love and Sex with Robots, artificial intelligence (AI) expert David Levy predicted that by 2050, “love with robots will be as normal as love with other humans.” He even predicts that Massachusetts will be the first state to legalize marriage to robots.
Stowe Boyd, M.S., a futurist and analyst of emerging technologies, went even further, claiming in a 2014 Pew Research Center report that by 2025 “robotic sex partners will be commonplace, although the source of scorn and derision, the way critics today bemoan selfies as an indicator of all that’s wrong with the world.”
The people actually creating this technology aren’t as conservative with the timeline. Abyss founder and CEO Matt McMullen thinks it could take only a handful of years before we see a robot capable not just of ultrarealistic sex but also of “expressing the illusion of emotions.”
Douglas Hines, the founder, and president of True Companion, expects that even before the end of this year, we could have commercially available robot partners that don’t just submit to sexual fantasies but also offer “unconditional love and support.” That’s right, these robots won’t just screw you. They’ll fall in love with you. Which presents a moral quandary. The sex robots of today aren’t especially tempting. But the sex robots of tomorrow might just embody everything you want from a woman. For the right price, you could have a partner that thinks exactly like you and shares your beliefs and interests. She’ll be tailor-made to your tastes, with none of the compromises that come with having a relationship with a real woman.
Wait, Somebody Actually Pays for These Things?
True Companion won’t share its sales numbers, but McMullen claims he’s already sold more than 5,000 lifeless soul mates since the late ’90s. Customers run the gamut: surgeons, lawyers, celebrities (Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil is a proud RealDoll owner), Nobel Prize winners, sheikhs, professional athletes, wounded vets, and regular guys who just want to screw a robot. The market is still small. You’re not going to see Google investing in sex robots anytime soon. “I think the idea of a sex robot probably appeals to a lot of people, but only a small percentage will admit it,” says McMullen. “And only a fraction of them are able to afford it. A sex robot is a major investment, like buying a small car that you hide in your bedroom.” But that will eventually change, he predicts. As the technology improves, the price will drop and sex robots will become mainstream, McMullen insists.
That might sound naively optimistic, but consider this: When the infidelity dating website Ashley Madison was hacked last summer, we learned that the vast majority of male users weren’t actually interacting with real women. Instead, they’d been lured by “chatbots,” computer-generated programs that created around 70,000 fake profiles, nearly all-female, that initiated flirtatious email exchanges with subscribers.
Now that the dust has finally settled, Ashley Madison would have us believe that its business is better than ever. In fact, the owners contend that the site has attracted 6.5 million new members since the hack.
If that’s true—and whether those numbers can be trusted is certainly debatable—it means guys are returning to Ashley Madison despite being well aware that they may be exchanging dirty emails with robots. So millions of men have allegedly made the conscious choice, “Sure, I’ll have an online affair with a woman who may be more software than estrogen.”
McMullen knows that not everyone has an extra seven grand lying around to invest in a robot mistress. So he’s planning on developing less expensive options. Within a year, maybe less, he’ll release a RealDoll Realbotix app that helps users design a virtual partner. “You can create an avatar for her that you can see on a screen, whether it’s a smartphone or a tablet or a computer,” he says. “She’s entirely unique to you and your tastes, constructed from your likes and dislikes.”
If you want her to exist solely on your smartphone, that can be the extent of it. Or you can splurge for a head and body. “The app is basically like Siri, if Siri were all about helping you explore your fantasies and learn more about your sexual identity,” McMullen explains.
That’s what McMullen finds most exciting about a sex robot. He insists that it’s not some masturbatory sex toy for outcasts and weirdos. It’s about sexual self-discovery. “They may learn things about themselves where they’re, like, ‘Wow, I didn’t know that mattered to me until I was allowed to try it with a robot,’” he says.
The argument for sex robots almost always comes down to comparing them to sex toys. It’s the first defense used by both McMullen and Hines. RealDoll’s husband Mills thinks any criticism of sex robots is a blatant sex toy double standard. “Women have dildos and vibrators and g-spot stimulators and all kinds of buzzing things, and nobody thinks anything about it,” he says.“But when men have the audacity to buy a sex toy that looks like a woman, suddenly they’re perverts who need to be locked up.” One could argue it’s unfair to compare sex robots and dildos, as dildos don’t have legs or arms or faces with eyes that stare back at you. And they definitely don’t have custom freckles or come programmed to talk to you about electronic music…
How Has The Inclusion Of Pop Music Helped Certain Games Live Long In The Memory?
There are many things that evoke strong feelings of recollection in people. They include smell and taste, and it only takes a small dose to open the floodgates for the memories to gush in. One of the best ways to engage memory is through music, with neuroscientists discovering that people are more likely to remember words if they learn them alongside an accompanying track. Pop music has been used successfully in a number of games to make them more enjoyable. But the audio has another function as well. It can serve to immortalize the games because, whenever someone hears that music, they will think of the title in which they heard it first.
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater is a Good Example of a Solid Accompanying Track
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater and its sequel, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2, are considered among the defining titles of the PlayStation and were hugely popular when they were released in 1999 and 2000 respectively. They had exceptional and engaging gameplay, but one of the most-loved things about the games was the choice of songs playing in the background while players skated around. These included classics like Bring The Noise by Public Enemy and Superman by Goldfinger.
Activision Blizzard decided to remaster the game for modern consoles, updating all the surroundings and graphics to put them in line with the standard of offerings available today using the Unreal Engine 4. A lot of the aspects of the game remain the same, with some features being updated.
What is most notable about the rerelease of the two original games for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows is the fact that developer Vicarious Visions chose to keep all the songs from the originals. This has helped bring about feelings of nostalgia in players who enjoyed the games twenty years ago. It should come as no surprise, then, that the new game sold more than one million units within the first two weeks of its release.
Slot Developers Using Popular Music and Acts to Gain Immortality
Music can also help certain games stand out in a highly saturated market, and this has been shown to good effect in slot games. There seems to have been a rise in music-themed slots in recent years, and top developer NetEnt is leading the way with its NetEnt Rocks range of games. The acts used for these games include legendary acts Guns N’ Roses, Motorhead, and Jimi Hendrix – one of the best guitarists of all time. The music makes the games iconic, but also gives them immortality as classic tracks like Paradise City and Ace of Spades never get old.
One of the newest musical slots on the market is Music Stage from PlayPearls. It’s designed to make the player feel as though they are the pop star, playing in front of a sell-out audience. This is a technique that has been used to good effect in offerings like Guitar Hero, as it allows the player to imagine what it would be like to rock out in front of adoring fans. When people play this game, the music helps stir up emotions, making the title memorable for years to come.
Music has added another foundation to games to make them even more memorable and enjoyable. Developers who get their music choices right can lead players to think about their games even when they aren’t playing them. All it takes is for the song to come on to trigger those feelings of nostalgia for the game.
The Best EDM Movies Ever Made Gift Giving Guide
Electronic dance music (EDM) is also known by other names such as dance music, club music, house music, and more recently, trap music. Tons of variations and sub-genres have evolved out of EDM over the last 40 years. Early EDM was called Dub or hip hop. Dub came out of Jamaican reggae music and introduced special effects like reverb and delay to make a unique sound mix. Even disco music is an early form of EDM. The point is, EDM makes you want to get up and dance. It’s often played in clubs by DJs who mix sounds and sound effects together with mixing boards. Even tech giant Elon Musk released his own EDM track according to the BBC.
The electrifying, heart-pumping tunes make fantastic movie soundtracks, not to mention the music industry itself provides a lot of great plot lines for feature films. This makes EDM enthusiasts and movie buffs fast friends. If you are looking for a movie-related gift for a friend who loves house music, here is a brief list of the best EDM movies to date. You can find even more great movie buff gifts ideas in this article from Giftwits as well.
We Are Your Friends (2015)
This movie about an aspiring DJ played by Zac Efron gives a fictional behind the scenes look at what it takes to rise to fame in the world of EDM. The wild ride is fueled with music, drugs, and sex while both a love triangle and a budding career are set up. This movie also stars Wes Bentley and Emily Ratajkowski. Despite its weak theatrical release, it’s now hailed as a timepiece movie for millennials and will probably become a cult classic among that crew, especially those that love dance music. Buy this movie as a gift and include a copy of the thumping soundtrack as a bonus.
Daft Punk Unchained (2015)
Daft Punk is a French Grammy Award-winning EDM band that is probably the most recognizable name in the business, even in the US. This documentary details their career which started in the early 1990s. It uses rare archive footage and personal interviews. While it chronicles the life and work of members Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, it also contains interviews from their closest collaborators like Pharrell Williams, Nile Rodgers, and Michel Gondry. The document was created entirely from previously recorded film and no new scenes containing Daft Punk were included. Their hit song “Get Lucky” helped them achieve international fame and awards, including 5 Grammy Awards. They have also done many amazing collaborations including a song with The Weeknd a few years ago.
Berlin Calling (2008)
A DJ that tours clubs around the world with his girlfriend and manager but ultimately lands in a psychiatric clinic after overdosing on narcotics. It shows struggles in Berlin following Hitler’s “final solution.” The film is ripe with techno clubs and a great soundtrack. Ecstasy puts him into a psychotic break which puts his career and relationships in trouble.
If you love EDM music festivals then this movie will be right up your alley. It’s about six people attending an electronic dance music festival and who are all struggling in some way until their paths collide. The visuals in the movie are amazing and really bring the festival scene to life. It carries all the EDM cliches such as the bro-tank crowd, the slutty girls, the druggies, and the straight-edge (absolutely no drugs or alcohol) just to name a few. It’s both a comedy and a drama with something for everyone. If you’ve never been to a festival and want to see what one is like, this is a pretty good example.
I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead (2016)
Forbes Magazine recently did a write up on the highest-paid DJs in the industry and the hard-working Steve Aoki was in the top five (along with The Chainsmokers, Calvin Harris, Diplo, and Marshmello). They reported that Aoki makes six-figures a night when he performs. I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead is a Netflix documentary about one of the most talented DJs the world has ever known. His story is exhilarating and at times heartbreaking in the time leading up to his biggest show to date. He talks about this childhood, his issues with his father, and more.
Party Monster (2003)
According to Kate Huber at NJGamblingFun, “For a bit of a throw-back, check out this clubbing movie starring Macaulay Culkin and Seth Green. It’s a biographical drama about party promoter and “king of the club kids” Michael Alig. Alig started out as a social outcast but found his groove in the club scene. He rose to fame but drugs ultimately tore him apart and ended in murder and prison time. The film got mainly negative reviews when it was first released but has become a cult classic over time. Roger Ebert even conceded that Culkin’s performance was fearless.”
24 Hour Party People (2002)
This British comedy-drama details Manchester’s popular music scene between 1976 and 1992. It starts out with punk rock but later evolves into the rave and DJ culture of the 1980s. The plot centers around a newspaper reporter that follows and reports on the music scene and news of the time. Although it’s a fictional movie, it is based loosely on real events which can be seen throughout the movie. The “fourth-wall” is frequently broken in a stylized fashion that brings a level of personalization to the film.
Human Traffic (1999)
This 90s movie is a mixture of music, romance, and club culture in Brittan and stars John Simm and Danny Dyer. The tale of five close friends who explore their relationships and personal demons during ecstasy and music filed weekend. It includes plenty of backdrop of techno raves for the EDM lovers out there. It is interesting to note that the UK version and the US version of the movie are pretty different so if you are a purist try to find the original version.
33 Essential Ideas To Promote Your Music Career In 2020
Believe it or not, there’s an endless amount of ideas that will help you promote your music career in 2020. As new social media platforms are rapidly emerging, artists don’t want to lag behind these innovative technologies. Definitely, you have to take advantage of the Internet as a powerful marketing tool. So, I have written down the best strategies for promoting yourself in this digital era like a pro. These days it doesn’t really matter if you refuse to sign a major label deal. With budgetary autonomy, you can go far on your own. The music industry is very competitive but with the following ideas, you can even save a lot of money.
33 Unique Ideas To Spark Your Music Career Success Right Away!
1 – Tell the story of how you got started in music.
2 – Make a behind the scenes video after releasing a music video.
3 – Make a teaser video of your upcoming singles in order to create a sense of expectation.
4 – Host an #AskMeAnything session via Instagram stories.
5 – Share funny videos on TikTok.
6 – Share quotes of your musical heroes.
7 – Host a poll and let your fans pick the best singles from your album.
8 – Share your favorite books and movies with your fans.
9 – Ask for Netflix recommendations.
10 – Give away Spotify gift cards.
12 – Share useful tips with your audience.
13 – Remind your fans constantly concert and release dates.
14 – Raise your voice against social issues.
15 – Express your opinion about music industry news.
16 – Go live and perform your music no matter what.
17 – Participate in podcasts or radio shows.
18 – Share press releases on Facebook, Liker, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.
19 – Post testimonials from your fans or people of the music industry.
20 – Share old photos and memories of the past.
21 – Share personal wins (e.g. chart-topping hits and music awards)
22 – Thank your fans and show gratitude.
23 – Post a ‘Throwback Thursday’ and use the hashtag #TBT
24 – Share your favorite music-related apps.
25 – Post a video of yourself showing the process of making music at the studio.
26 – Unveil your morning routine or create a day-in-the-life video.
27 – Post about events or festivals you’re going to.
28 – Show people listening or dancing to your music.
29 – Share a charity you’ve partnered with.
30 – Mention brands that you love.
31 – Make your own merchandise, t-shirts, and caps with your logo.
32 – Share all your social media channels and interact with your fans.
33 – Post about trips you’ve taken.
3 Reasons To Try Online Singing Lessons
Are you a keen singer but have never had the chance to learn properly? Do you think your voice could benefit from some extra tutoring? Do you want to try singing lessons but your busy lifestyle can’t schedule it? Are you ready to begin your journey from a bedroom belter to a superstar songbird?
If the answer is yes, then keep reading.
These days, our lives can be so hectic that we barely even get a chance to sit down and think. You may be someone who has always wanted to have professional singing lessons, but your lifestyle or geographical circumstance hasn’t allowed you to do so.
With online singing lessons, you’re in charge. You can learn from wherever, whenever, and you can fit your learning schedule around your busy lifestyle!
Here are 3 reasons why online singing lessons are so great:
1. Save Time And Money
You probably didn’t even think of this, but taking online lessons doesn’t take as much time out of your day, meaning you don’t need to leave half an hour early to drive to your tutor’s house or studio, and you don’t have to spend an hour’s worth of fuel.
Simply open your laptop 5 minutes before you start, and relish in the wonders of modern-day technology. Who would have thought 20 years ago you could learn to sing with someone online from anywhere in the world?
These singing course reviews show you just how easy it is to learn to sing online. Whatever style you want to learn, rest assured that you can find a course online!
2. You Can Learn From Anywhere
Wouldn’t it be great if you could take an online singing lesson from anywhere in the world? Imagine yourself sitting under a palm tree in Thailand, the waves crashing on the shore, with not a care in the world; and you have your laptop beside you ready to tune in for your virtual lesson.
Well, news flash! As long as you have an internet connection, you can do that!
With online singing lessons, you are able to learn from wherever you are. Not only that, but you are also able to be taught by someone who is on the other side of the world to you. Cool or what?
Virtual lessons give you the freedom to be able to learn on your terms and at your own pace. What more could you want?
3. You Can Record Your Lessons
These days, online lessons are usually taught over programs such as Skype or Zoom. Not only are these applications great for still being able to get that one to one experience, but they also allow you to record your session so you can watch back and practice later.
It’s always beneficial to be able to look back at something to truly learn it. If the option is there, then why not record so you can go over the lesson again later?
It’s also a great way to see the progress you’re making, too!
So, are you ready to take the plunge and learn to sing from anywhere? We guarantee you won’t regret it, and we guarantee it will be a one-of-a-kind experience. The virtual world is your oyster these days, so why not get your laptop out now and enroll on a course today?
You’ll be a singing sensation before you know it!
The Right Playlist To Help You Escape Your Morning Commute
A long commute can sometimes feel like it is never-ending. There are mornings when even a good cup of coffee doesn’t do the trick. And after the commute, you still have to muster the energy and focus to get you through the rest of the day.
There might be a simple solution for these morning hassles. By now, we all know how significant music is, just how much influence it can have on us.
Our advice is: Don’t hesitate to put together your favorite playlist in order to pass the time, get relaxed, focused, and ready for another workday.
How to Choose the Right Music
Whether you are driving or using public transportation, it’s about creating a personalized playlist for a perfect commute experience. Compile a mix of your all-time favorite songs and artists and always be open to discover new music.
Luckily, we live in the age of technology. So, in order to create different playlists, to keep them organized and easy to use, there are a variety of apps that can help you with all that.
There are so many options, from different genres, different sensibilities, and just the pure amount of songs that are being released every day. It could get overwhelming at times.
And sometimes you just don’t want to invest too much time into deciding. But how exactly are you supposed to choose then?
What parameters should you have in mind while creating that ideal playlist for your morning commute? There are a few things to take into consideration while choosing the right songs.
Some companies like our Lease Fetcher are aware of the importance of a good playlist, and its impact on your morning commute. In order to make your drive as uplifting and enjoyable as possible, we did some researching of our own to establish some of the features of a good song for commuting:
Using Spotify, we have managed to do that by gathering information on numerous playlists, and also on individual tracks.
In creating a database, we have taken into account the number of followers for every song and playlist while calculating and determining the main features.
We are thinking about our drivers and all the possible comfort features our service can offer them, including that optimal morning playlist.
Benefits of a Good Song
Let’s be honest here, is there a better way to start your workday than with a bit of music?
Some upbeat tunes early in the morning can do wonders in setting the mood for the rest of the day. Don’t think about your long commute as a waste of time, think about it as having some quality, relaxing time just for yourself.
Stress relief is such an important part of your commute, especially when you are the one behind the wheel. Long routes and traffic jams can be quite stress-inducing situations and road rage is not something to be taken lightly.
But relieving tension while driving and not getting bothered by traffic might seem like some ambitious goals. If you are wondering whether or not it can be accomplished by music, the answer is yes! And there is scientific evidence to back that up.
It is no secret that music affects our stress level, emotional balance, and general mood. There were numerous studies conducted in order to determine the impact music can have on our mental and even our physical health. This is the basis of a fairly new, but fast-growing field known as music therapy.
You can introduce it into your morning routine and play your favorite songs while you are getting dressed and preparing to leave the house. Wake yourself up with music and begin your workday feeling extra calm and focused.
A long morning commute doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad experience. It’s all about optimizing the time you have to spend in the car or public transportation.
No one can deny the impact music has on our lives and our mood.
Use a simple thing like a good, uplifting playlist to improve your mood, your motivation, enhance your productivity, and reduce your stress level! Being relaxed and energized will influence your work efficiency and the rest of your day as well.
So, turn on your Spotify and start your day on the right note.
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