From the Onion
Sure, I can tell the robots from the neighborhood, “Hey, don’t finger my wife!” and, under the Second Law Of Robotics, they’d have to comply. But what about the thousands of robots I’ve never met? The moment my back is turned, odds are my wife’s going to get robo-fingered. It doesn’t matter if the robot doesn’t have fingers—she’ll find some sorta antenna, spring, or crankshaft, and—boom—that robot will get her off.
I can’t beleive the thought hadn’t occurred to me until now: how advanced robotics might affect the family dynamic. I mean sure, of course people (men and women alike) are going to use their robots to get off, but how is the other partner going to feel about that? Will it be weird having your robot jerk you off knowing that just a few hours ago it was probably fingering your partner? What about when your children get older and realize that the family robot has even more uses than they had previously thought!?
I would like to know your thoughts on this matter that will likely not be a concern for a few more decades (if ever). ^_~