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Zaki submitted:






Robot’s got back…




I’ve never understood giving “female” robots (or animals) human breasts or hair (and usually long hair).   (It’s odd to me that robots would have gender too.)
Robot’s got back…

I’ve never understood giving “female” robots (or animals) human breasts or hair (and usually long hair).   (It’s odd to me that robots would have gender too.)

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  5. jamesskaar reblogged this from khymeira and added:
    there are reasons why a real android would need to have big bulgy muscles, but all...those...
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  7. tallymarx reblogged this from eschergirls and added:
    We build them in our image… err… well in the idea image… If scientist built robots in their own image we’d have alot of...
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  9. overfedvenison reblogged this from eschergirls and added:
    Gendered robots: I think to answer this we need to first discuss the Uncanny Valley. You’ve probably heard of it before;...
  10. theoncomingstormofbacon said: why
  11. lohelim reblogged this from eschergirls and added:
    Because the appearance of the gynoid (the female version of the android) is never a deconstruction of the prevalence and...
  12. pterobat reblogged this from eschergirls and added:
    Because it makes them easier to relate to as characters. And the fact that people only ask this with female robot...
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  14. minimusminor said: How is this relevant? The tits are nothing out of the ordinary in real life. And robots have often been assigned a physical gender, and sometimes are specifically built to emulate humans.
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  16. zeroissues reblogged this from eschergirls and added:
    This! Everytime a robot with boobs shows up in a movie/tv show/comic book, I groan.I also get generally annoyed that...
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  19. curieousdreamer reblogged this from eschergirls and added:
    Only one possible explanation: femmebots.
  20. froudianslip reblogged this from eschergirls and added:
    Look, these aren’t even robot designs. These are poorly proportioned animechicks in wacky armor that got colored...
  21. brenananutmuffin said: Well hey, at least they can bend their spine in a way no normal human woman could. THE FUTURE IS NOW!