In a similar way to agalmatophilia, the robot fetishism (also known as technosexuality), is based on the aspiration to interact with a non-human being. Most of the times, this is materialized in role playing, using costumes that imitate the robotic conformation, or reproducing robotic movements or „artificial” sounds, characteristic to „intelligent machines”.
At the peak of maturity (or perhaps only after a major consumption of alcohol), every single mortal faces the great existential question “To be or not to be... married?”, to which, unlike a few decades and mentalities ago, they can give at least two “valid” answers.
Age difference between partners was and unfortunately still is a controversial subject. “Unfortunately” because the problems of a couple should normally remain only within the couple... and no one else.
However, “people’s voice only the earth could stop” and thus, there will always be annoying grumblers who, even they are not affected by anything in their obtuse existence (by the phenomenon in question), they will ask irritated, ironically and amazed, how can a man be with a woman who might be his mother in other circumstances? Well, relationships of this kind exist and they even work very well, sometimes much better than those of same-age partners. And, ironically, even without the consent of these professional “critics”!
Vulnerability is a constant of the human species. At times, everything hangs (metaphorically) by a thread. Risks are higher inside the perimeter that we call home, statistics say, but outdoors is not fully safe. Free offenders, drunk drivers, flower pots waiting to suddenly fall from the balcony... Not to mention the fragility of the body. But enough with the “cheerful” outlook on the world and life! Eventually, overcrowding must also solve its shortcomings, according to the adepts of natural selection.