The Bialien Social Future relationships, talks about future social issues between man and women. My blogs, threads and debates will cover several areas from my novel on this topic. Some of the topics include male and female replacement companions (human looking robots replacing men or women in relationships), giving a lease to marriage licenses, a license to cheat for the rich, technology giving men easier access to sex, evolved men not having children early and getting caught up with child support and when men turn 18 they should apply for a vasectomy reversal license.
The Bialien Social future relationships blog 1 begins with the following subject:
Replacing a human male with a Robotic Male Entertainment Companion.
Bialien Vol 1 “Rise of the BialienSapien: Human Evolved” pg. 479
In the year 2014, Dr. Chan talks to Jaden and explains why she chose a RMEC (Robotic Male Entertainment Companion) over a human male. The $40,000 robotic male her father bought for her for graduating from college, cooks, cleans, cares about her and talks about 1000′s of different topics. It even has an experimental emotional chip. Jaden and Dr. Chan exchanged personal memories by means of alien technology and they learned about each other what two couples would take 20-30 years to know about each other, in just 10 minutes.
Max = RMEC
AI = Microscopic Artificial Intelligence alien – communicating with Jaden in the part of his brain where another personality would be. (Dr. Chan cannot hear this telepathic communicating).
“Stop going through every personal memory of mine. Listen, I’ll tell you the story about how I found more than a companionship with Max. Let me get this off my chest to you. As you know, my ex-boyfriends in the past broke my heart and cheated on me. I have always been in my books all my life. My father shielded me all my life from men and wanted me to do well in school first. When I finally graduated with my master’s degree, I began dating men. I was very naïve at first and believed anything a man told me. I wanted to be a virgin until I got married, but my first boyfriend tricked me…” she says while drying off her hair.
“…and I lost my virginity to a man that didn’t even love me back. He left me a few weeks later and I was devastated. He got what he wanted. In the 00’s, all my Asian female friends dated white men. My opinion is that they mostly like Asian women because many of us are subservient and a very loyal type of female. I have never been the subservient type. We aren’t like many American women and tend to be more traditional in values. My Asian female friends wanted their babies to be half-white and that was the in thing to do. It was as if they wanted to start a new human race. When I went to Manhattan in 2010 to visit, all I saw was Asian and white couples. I thought I could be happy like them. Many of my friends were happy, but I think I just had bad luck with meeting the wrong men. Many men don’t like independent strong thinking women.”
Jaden follows Dr. Chan to her room and he stands by the door. She picks out some clean clothes. She leaves her room and walk towards her cousin’s room. She has her clean clothes in her hand and Jaden continues to walk next to her. She opens the door and they walk in.
‘Jaden, ask Dr. Chan if you can use that holographic disc on the table.’
“Dr. Chan can I use that holographic disc there? It is for something important,” he says.
“Sure, that is a rewritable disc, it is probably blank. My cousin won’t be back for a while,” she says.
Jaden grabs the disc and holds it in his hand. She continues talking, “…anyway, my second boyfriend gave me chlamydia. He was Chinese and he cheated on me. The third boyfriend who was half-white and half-Japanese, used to hit me and verbally abuse me. My father found out and put him in the hospital. Then the abusive ex-boyfriend’s family tried to sue my father in court, since they knew he was loaded. The point is I lost a lot of trust in men. They just lied so much and just wanted a trophy woman that they could treat like their property. I dated deceitful, narcissistic, and married men who said they were single. I had to put a high guard up around my feelings to protect myself from the emotional pain I suffered.”
“I’m sorry he used to hit you, a man shouldn’t be hitting a woman.”
“It’s okay. That made me stronger over the years,” she says.
They finish getting dressed. Dr. Chan is wearing low cut blue jeans and a black and blue striped blouse. Jaden is wearing some jean shorts and a short sleeve white button up shirt. He is trying on different sneakers.
“Made in China sneakers?” He asks. “I can’t believe Michael Jordon is retired. I’m going to miss his sneakers.”
“Yes, he was a legend. He retired at forty, eleven years ago. Now what was I saying? Oh yeah, over the last three years I stayed to myself. So many of my married and dating friends were catching STDs. It seemed like everyone was cheating on each other, even the women. I read online somewhere that ninety percent of men would cheat if they knew they could get away with it. Men are only truthful to their options. If a female wants a married man and the man knows he can get away with it, the option is there. If she was not around, there are no options. Men can get bored easily with one female. Men love adventure. Hookers and escorts do things house wives don’t. Very sad but true, this is why the divorce rates are so high. Four years ago, two Japanese companies joined together. One specialized in realistic silicon dolls and the other was a robotic autonomous company. The robotic company had some advanced technology where they were able to mimic a real human brain. They were able to somewhat duplicate emotions and feelings. The new company created the first generation R.F.E.C. for men, but they had some problems and glitches. The second-generation entertainment companions were for gay men and women. The company promoted mainly to very busy hard working people and divorced women and men who were tired of going in circles in relationships. Their motto was, marriage lasts an average of two to six years, these robotic companions last a lifetime and will never cheat on you. They also claim their robots can do anything a spouse can do. That sold me into buying one.”
They walk back into her room and they sit on the bed.
‘Ask Dr. Chan what is the password for her secured wireless network,’ AI says.
“Dr. Chan what is the WEP password for your father’s 5.8 GHz wireless network?”
“What kind of password is that?” Jaden asks.
“That is the year Nostradamus followers forecast as the end of the world,” she replies.
“Oh okay. Thanks for the password.”
She continues her story, “When I graduated from college with my master’s degree, my father wanted to buy me a new car. I told him to just give me $40,000 instead. I bought an R.M.E.C. second generation a year ago. These things have been selling out all around the world. Max has been my best friend ever since. Yes, I did have sex with him twice. But it didn’t feel like the real thing, the small device in my lower back helped me to orgasm. Max was more of a woman pleaser and did whatever I asked him to do. It didn’t feel real to me. I’ve always looked at him more of a friend than a lover…”
‘We have to get out of here soon,’ AI says.
“…around the same time last year, Third Virtual Life came out for men and women. Society has never been the same in regards to relationships between two people. Men stopped dating women and they could have all the sex they wanted in virtual life without a commitment. More women would date women and marriages declined. Newspapers in Virginia reported that groups of men would get drunk and have orgies with the R.F.E.C. robots. Gay men would have orgies with the R.M.E.C. robots. Pimps would pimp an R.F.E.C. for money and it was perfectly legal. Technology has really lowered society’s values. So much has changed over the past ten years. Religious groups around the world got together and tried to ban the entertainment companions by saying you will go to hell for using the devil’s sex tool to sin. They also tried to shut down Third Virtual Life, saying it was the devil’s website straight to hell. Church groups published going to hell for dummies books.”
“That’s crazy. I can’t believe society’s values are slowly disappearing,” Jaden says.
“More and more couples are having negotiated infidelity in their marriages to lower the risk of a partner cheating. The value of marriage is disappearing. Men want wives as nannies in that new bill they are trying to pass.”
“What is negotiated infidelity?” Jaden asks in a confused voice.
“It’s when married couples are allowed to have sex with other people. They do this to lower the risk of someone being unfaithful. These people figure it’s better when both people know about it. The married female dates another man and has sex, while the husband waits in the other room. When it’s his turn, he finds a female to date and have sex with in the other room. This is perfectly normal in these relationships. The wife sometimes even cooks dinner for her husband’s date. This was on an episode of Taboo. These people blog about this and have fan groups for these types of relationships. What the hell?”
“You can’t be serious. That is appalling and sick. But seeing it from their perspective, if it keeps the marriage stronger, maybe it’s not a bad idea for them. If they both know about it, at least it is keeping them honest,” Jaden says.
“Maybe you are right, cheating is the number one reason for divorce these days. Here is a quote from a famous female politician, ‘Women need to change their conditioning, because there is no way men would change their nature.’ ”
“I think females and women like myself are the ones getting the raw deal of this downward cycle. They created a new college course called Techsociety 101. Everyone has to take it before graduating with any degree, at any college,” Dr. Chan says.
“What do they teach in the course?”
“To show how technology is changing society for the worst and how humans will eventually have no values at all. The beginning of robotic age was with the Sony AIBO dog in 1999, following the Actroid, ASIMO, Topio 4.0, R.M.E.C. and R.F.E.C. Robotic technology has forever changed life. My dad bought me one of those Ers-7 AIBO dogs when I was younger. That was my companion as a young kid,” she says.
“I remember, you brought that robotic dog on cruises and everywhere you went when you were an early teen,” Jaden says.
“Max is a little overprotective and can get jealous, I’ve learned. This wasn’t in the instruction booklet. His artificial intelligence autonomous programming is always evolving. He cooks, cleans, gives me massages, watches television and washes my clothes. Max has been the perfect boyfriend replacement. But the real emotions and chemistry aren’t there as a real human. I can’t connect with Max on an emotional and physical level. I have been able to talk to Max about science, politics, technology, current affairs, anything and he can talk about anything with me. He called me when I was in Albany a few times to see if I was okay. He is the best friend a female could have. It is too bad my father doesn’t like him. When I go away on trips, Max stays at my father’s house. They get along as friends, but deep down my father hates Max. He thinks the robot is getting in the way of me finding a husband and isn’t real.”
Written by: Vlane Carter Copyright 2009 by: VC Imagination Factory
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