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VIDEO: Women up in arms as “Samantha The Sex Doll” threatens to replace them in matters bedroom

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sex doll named Samatha developed in the western world has set Kenyan men on fire – quite literally. The makers of the sex robot which can be “seduced” claim men are already “falling in love” with their creation.

Designers of Samantha say the plastic princess is capturing mean’s hearts, according to a report in the Sun newspaper.

Who is Samantha the sex robot?

Samantha is only of the recent “hyper realistic” sex dolls to hit the headlines as advances in technology mean the sex toy market has upped its game. The doll is interactive, responding to voices as well as to touch.

She comes complete with sensors in her face, hands, breasts and “the female genitals down below” and it is claimed she requires a more subtle approach when it comes to bedroom activities.

This has prompted some social analysts to say sex robots are the future for men in a world where dating has not only been disrupted by careers, sexually transmitted infections, technology and high population but the high cost that comes with it. According to Forbes magazine, the worst epidemic to hit the modern world chronic loneliness. And, you can add, commercialized sex.

Sergi Santos, the designer of a love machine called Samantha, says the amorous android was so erotic that men were already developing real feelings for her. But the doll isn’t all about getting down and dirty; Samantha can also discuss philosophy, science and animals.

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She’s also got a great sense of humour with more than a thousand jokes in her repertoire. Samantha also featured in a new BBC documentary called “Can Robots Love Us?” on September 4, 2017.

The programme explored the question of romance between men and machines. In the documentary, Santos and a “friend” named only as Aaron showed the presenter how the robot could be literally turned on and then put in the mood for sex.

In the BBC documentary Samantha’s maker Sergi Santos said: “They will fall in love with her. It’s happening already.” He went on to demonstrate how the doll could be “aroused” and gotten in the mood for sex.

First, Santos uttered the words “get sexy” in Samantha’s ears. She replied: “Ok then, I think I am ready to do sex stuff, do you want me to?”

The owner of the bot – referred to as Aaron – advised to take a romantic approach to seduction, stroking her hands sensually rather than immediately groping her naughty areas.

He said: “She likes to be touched. If you go straight for [her breasts] in the beginning, she won’t like that so much.”

When her hand is gently rubbed, Samantha said: “Lovely, thank you for spending time with me. I enjoy being with you.”

When a finger is inserted into her mouth or her breasts and sex organ are fondled, Samantha lets out a realistic feminine moan which is likely to sound unlike anything her owners have heard during encounters with real women.

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But will this assignation lead to love or just lust? Aaron is in doubt about the feelings people will develop for Samanta the sex robot. He explained: “Love is love. When you fall in love, nothing else matters.”

The experience of watching two grown men fondle a sex robot appeared to have a profound effect on show host James Young, a 27-year-old double amputee who has been fitted with robotic prosthetics.

He grappled with the question of whether it was “inappropriate” to grope a love machine and said: “It’s a dumb machine, but it almost doesn’t feel consensual.

“She’s built for it, but she didn’t really ask for it. She does ask for it, but she’s programmed to ask for it. So did she ask for it? It’s very confusing.”

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The world is moving so far fast that nobody has time for conventional relationships. In Japan for example 61% of unmarried men and 49% of unmarried women aged between 18 and 34 are not in a relationship of any kind. One-third of Japanese under the age of 30 have never had sex!

The result is a sexual and love crisis. People are working so hard to make a living making it virtually impossible to date or even marry. That’s the problem that Samantha is likely to solve if she’s embraced by men. She’s a one-time investment: no dinners, evening coffees, birthday gifts and valentines demands.

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In Europe sex doll brothels have already emerged. One such brothel in Barcelona charges Ksh10,000 for half an hour session. If sex dolls catch on, even commercial sex industry we know it could be extinct.

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    January 25, 2018 at 12:20 am

    Samantha is a demon-possessed toy that will initiate men into satanic covenants

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38-year-old DJ Makena says she’s not yet ready for marriage: Searching for someone who really speaks to my heart is not easy

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DJ Pierra Makena isn’t ready to walk down the aisle any time soon because she hasn’t found someone worth it.

The mother of one who recently clocked 38 years revealed that she’s not in a rush to settle down because she’s looking for someone who will understand her.

“I’m not ready for marriage, not ready to be someone’s wife yet. I’m not in a rush. Searching for someone who really speaks to my heart is not easy,” she said in an interview with Mpasho. 

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Makena said that though her love with her baby daddy went sour and he walked away, she’s still not afraid of loving again. But, she’s keeping everything private now more than ever.

“I believe in love. Many people thought that after the breakup I would not love again. I tend to give a lot of love, I get to receive a lot of love. But you know what, I never put my love life in public. I am a loved girl. I really like to keep my life private,” she said. 

Adding:

“Nowadays I look for the heart. It’s not all about material things. I love someone who speaks to my heart.” she posted. 

source:Ghafla

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When online Mafisi crush on your spouse

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Frankie and Maureen

“I love your lips. “You look so yummy!” “So sexy. Would you be mine?”… If you thought these cheesy love lines are from a lover, you are wrong. In fact, the people involved are strangers and the person being addressed is taken. The platform? Social media. So, what do you do when people openly declare their love for your partner in front of your eyes?

Francis Kiarie aka Frankie of Just Gym It, who runs a YouTube channel Alpha Beta, with his wife Maureen Waititu, says online crushes are not a strange thing. Flowever, overtime he has learnt to ignore them. Flowever, some are difficult to deal with, so he blocks them. The most annoying are gay men who outrightly hit on him. “It is so annoying. I wonder why people cannot respect that I’m married, respect my space and just leave me alone,” he says.

Frankie and Maureen

Frankie and Maureen

Many followers

FI is wife, Maureen, says the hardest bit of living a life online is having to deal with disrespectful people without boundaries. “I once had to deal with a woman, who was crushing on Frankie. The stalker went to an extent of creating a pseudo account and kept on messaging me on how Frank will leave me, claiming they had a relationship,” she recalls.

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The couple are open to one another and share their experiences. “Our line of communication is always open. When crushes become too much, we block them,” she adds.

Having many followers means getting our online posts viewed. No wonder, many couples in the limelight such as musicians, journalists, leaders, among others, are bound to face such issues. And while back in the days, it was almost impossible to be in touch with your crush, social media has brought them closer. The anonymity of it makes it even worse, because some admirers use pseudo accounts to post and comment their hearts out.

Radio personality Anita Nderu, also knows this too well. “Sometimes I go through my comment section and just laugh. But I’m happy they don’t get into my love or me. He trusts me. So when he sees those suggestive comments on my posts, he just ignores them,” she says. However, when it gets worse, Anita doesn’t hesitate to press the block button.

Peter Kabi alias Kabi Wa Jesus, founder of Bantu Films, a videography and photography company, says he and his wife Milly wa Jesus do not entertain suggestive comments on their social media platforms. “We only appreciate those great comments we get from fan love,” says Kabi.

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However, he says whenever he sees suggestive comments on his wife’s post, he ignores them. “It is okay to get comments, especially if you are in the limelight. But of course, we know some comments are not meant for good,” he says.

Peter Kabi and his wife Milly wa Jesus have learnt not to entertain suggestive comments on their posts.

Peter Kabi and his wife Milly wa Jesus have learnt not to entertain suggestive comments on their posts.

But not all are understanding of the situation. Despite being open with her husband, Jasmine Wambui says every suggestive comment or compliment she gets irks her husband. “On many occasions, we talk about understanding each other and how it would be great if trust was built between us. But he still raises questions,” she says. One day it got worse and she had to delete some comments. “I delete suggestive comments to date. I do not want to have issues with my husband,” she says.

Uninvited spectators

Ken Ouko, a sociologist at University of Nairobi, says social media has created a new dilemma in human relations known as ‘existential in congruence’. “Social media has today invited a new complication in domestic or romantic relationships. It has replaced relational exclusivity with uninvited spectatorship. Instagram, for example, makes it appear as if relationships are on a thespian stage complete with a clap-or-boo audience,” he says.

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Also, in many instances, Ouko says saturated positive reviews may cause the other partner to feel relegated, ignored or shadowed, sometimes leading to jealousy. Intense negative reviews may carry the impact of causing the other partner to feel slighted, disrespected, offended or exposed, sometimes leading to doubts.

Ken Munyao, a psychologist at People Centric Management Company, says that is why it is good to try and moderate crushes through the posts you share. “It is not bad to have crushes because it means someone is admiring you. But how far does it go? How much do you entertain the person and do you let them know that there are boundaries?” he poses.

When you get crushes, it is good to reach out and tell them to stop, That is if they get in the way of your relationship. It is also good to declare your relationship online. “You need to come out and say you are taken. This way, maybe some would stop going too far. You will be able to stop jealousy through acknowledging,” he says.

source:People Daily

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Maina Kageni: I’ve seen what marriage is and I’m not tying the knot

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Classic 105 radio presenter Maina Kageni has revealed that he’s not planning to marry any time soon despite the pressure piling up on him.

Maina recently responded to Mwalimu King’ang’i on their morning show at Classic 105 on when he’ll get married, saying he doesn’t plan to do it at all.

Mwalimu told him that he shouldn’t judge married men because they go through a lot something that Maina can never understand because he has never been in that position.

In response, Maina, who is approaching his 50s now, shared that he doesn’t want to be married because of all those shocking stories that men go through.

“From what you keep telling me do you think I will get married? I see the hell you are all going through. One of these days we should actually discuss what the real importance of marriage is.” he shared.

Maina Kageni together with the humorous Mwalimu King’ang’i have captured Kenyans hearts and ears with their breakfast show ‘Maina and King’ang’i in the morning’, playing out in most matatus and private vehicles ferrying people to work and their various activities.

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Maina Kageni rose from the ranks and established himself as an entertainment guru uniquely possessing the ability to charm the ladies with his sensitive approach to gender issues.

He is also widely known for sharing relationship tips with his male counterparts.

This article will share with you Maina Kageni’s photos in and out of studio as well as some interesting facts that you may not have known.

Check it out and get to know Kenya’s top radio personality!

Interesting facts about Kenya's greatest radio personality Maina Kageni

Maina Kageni salary

Loved by women and envied by men, Maina Kageni is a household name thanks to his gift of the gab and has managed to reap big bucks out of this extraordinary talent.

How much is Maina Kageni worth exactly?

A question that is rather intriguing and is most likely to leave most peoples mouth agape as the Classic 105 host is rumoured to take home roughly KSh2 million a month, a colossal amount by any given standard.

And it doesn’t end there, Maina is a shrewd business man with global investments worldwide.

Maina loves to dabble in real estate and has property in Kenya and overseas in big cities like Miami, Florida and Lagos, worth millions of shillings.

Interesting facts about Kenya's greatest radio personality Maina Kageni

Maina Kageni wedding

Not much is known about Maina Kageni’s personal life and as much as he is outspoken on radio he ironically does not reveal much about himself regarding personal relationships.

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What is known is that he is currently single and yet to marry.

Maina Kageni cars

The Manchester united fan loves to spoil himself to the best of German machines and his list of flashy cars validates his obsession with big boy toys.

Take a look at some of Maina Kageni’s sleek cars from his jaw dropping collection;

BMW X6

Interesting facts about Kenya's greatest radio personality Maina Kageni

Jaguar XF

Interesting facts about Kenya's greatest radio personality Maina Kageni

Mercedes

Interesting facts about Kenya's greatest radio personality Maina Kageni

Specially customized (Manchester United) Chevrolet

Interesting facts about Kenya's greatest radio personality Maina Kageni

Maina Kageni age

Although he depicts a vibrant and youthful man in his shows, Maina is not as young as most would think, you would likely be amazed to know that he is 43 years old!

Maina doesn’t seem fazed by his age as his versatility and skills in the media industry seem to mature over the years like fine wine.

Interesting facts about Kenya's greatest radio personality Maina Kageni

Maina Kageni house

Maina Kageni’s residence falls nothing short of his personality with the radio host boasting a stunning multi-million house situated in the serene leafy suburbs of Karen.

The area is known to be the residence of Kenya’s crème de la crème.

Mystery enshrouds Maina’s personal life with some people claiming that Maina Kageni is gay.

These unconfirmed rumors and notions may be rooted in the fact that Maina has remained unmarried despite his wealth and age.

Interesting facts about Kenya's greatest radio personality Maina Kageni

In a typical African traditional setting this behavior may be viewed as strange because it goes against the norms and culture that expects men to marry at a certain age and status.

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An inspiration to many and villain to some, it suffices to say that Maina Kageni’s impact in the Kenyan media industry is a fete that few have accomplished, hence the great admiration and respect showered upon him as one of Kenya’s finest radio hosts.

Source: Tuko

 

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