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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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UNSUNG DIASPORA HEROES: Mwakilishi, Jambonewspot, Ajabuafrica

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BY MAHUGU NUTHU

“Fake news!” “Fake news!” Sadly, we are now used to waking up to anti-press rhetoric. It’s the new catchphrase. Trump’s old “you’re fired” shtick has lost its mojo. His unrelenting attacks on members of the Fourth Estate is something one would only expect from authoritarian leaders. For us Africans, harassment of media is something that sounds too familiar.

For years we have come to appreciate press freedom as the lifeblood of democracy and ironically looking up to USA as the beacon of these ideals. But that’s another story for another time.  That’s not the subject of this piece, but it makes a good backdrop. Everybody understands the power media outlets, but probably less appreciated is the power of the Mwakilishi, Jambonewspot, Ajabuafrica and dozens other online based newspapers. Today, these are the unsung heroes in our community.  The proof is in the pudding.

In a recent case in my own backyard, a family lost a young son in a road accident out of state. By Gosh, no parent should have to bury a child. We know it is not the natural order of things. That’s pain. Excruciating pain and sorrow. But God giveth and God taketh away.

It’s even worse when this happens abroad. As if death is not enough a blow, its followed by unimaginable bureaucratic tangle of paperwork and logistical nightmare. Consequently, the family needed assistance to move their son hundreds of miles to their state for a memorial service and then send him thousands of miles to his final resting place in Kenya.

Mr Mahugu Nuthu. PHOTO/COURTESY

The committee had to reach out quickly to raise the funds though social media and traditional ways. Unsurprisingly Mwakilishi, Jambonewspot and Ajabuafrica opened their pages. They responded quickly. Cases like this proves the importance of community press and the useful role these websites play in supporting the information needs of the Kenyan in USA.

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When it comes to tragedy, they do things that you won’t get from a monolithic newspaper in terms of turnaround time, reach and cost. Their results are very tangible and observable almost instantly, something you won’t get from the so called mainstream media.

These community websites do not usually charge for death notices and you reach a lot of Kenyans. Consider that one-day listing of four lines in a “national newspaper” will cost you several hundred dollars. And you might end up not reaching the people you are targeting.

Don’t get me wrong, this is not actually about money. It’s comforting to know that you don’t have to deal with the advertising department of a soulless intractable entity.  Mwakilishi, Jambonewspot and Ajabuafrica operators understand our community because they’re a part of it. Nobody is immune to tragedies. For the record I don’t know these people personally. But their actions show that they do not merely serve as information providers. Sometimes “death announcement” means “financial help is needed ASAP”.

Only a Kenyan living in USA would understand that and urgency of the situation. New York Times might not. That’s how we handle things. We scream across the country albeit digitally. We are the ones who discovered the “digits” by sending smoke signals piece by piece across the ridges thousands of years before it became “on” and “off” that computers use today. It was stolen. But I digress. I will leave the “alternative facts” to the “post truth experts!”

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While we are on the “appreciation” subject, I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the role of Kenyan Churches in USA. They have become the glue which holds our community together. In times of tragedy, hardship and sorrow, as in the above reference case, the local churches become sanctuaries of hope. Allow me to pull another Kansas City Metro backyard example.

Neema Community Church is rooted deeply in its community, and has its membership operating as de facto public servants. Located in Olathe, Kansas, it’s a huge beautiful sanctuary with classrooms, meeting rooms, offices, recreation areas, a large fellowship hall and huge kitchen attached to it. Well, and lots of parking to boot. Under Pastor, Rev. David Nzioka, it’s a community center dealing with needs that go beyond the mission of a traditional church.

A place of worship where local homeless escaping freezing nights often get free food. In a time of crisis thousands of miles from home you are bound to find fellow compatriots here looking for the elusive answers to their many “whys” and seeking comfort in each other. It’s the iconic sacred tree where Africans worship, meet and greet

.  After a year of polarizing elections that rekindled ethnic tensions, it’s very encouraging see Kenyans remaining united at that level. Tribal lines become effectively blurred.  It takes a dynamic, charismatic and inspirational leader to accomplish this. I hope you find your own fashion of “Dr. David Nzioka” in your neck of the woods.

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Back to my subject as I conclude. I understand there are many diaspora news websites whose primary mission is to cover the important issues that affect the Kenya community in USA. Many showcase community businesses for a fee. Yes, they are businesses themselves. They are not obligated to carry your message, however sad. They choose to do it.  While I did not mention them all by name, my biggest hope is that you will continue to support them.

These media outlets make our community better just because of their dedication to it.  Same case applies to our community churches and pastors. We should let them know that we do appreciate what they do. Although we are spread across this continent-size country, sea to shining sea, they make us a cohesive Kenyan community.

By Mahugu Nuthu | nuthology@gmail.com. Mahugu is the author of the book Nuthology.

 

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I’ve always wanted to marry Chris Kirubi- Huddah Monroe declares love for billionaire

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Business tycoon Chris Kirubi has a new crush, Huddah Monroe.

This became evident after the billionaire who is on a steady recovery process offered nuggets of wisdom to the youth.

Of the many Kirubi shared, one struck a chord with Huddah.

His advice to young men not to buy ‘flowers’ for their women but rather a tree which will endure and produce fruits and flowers struck a chord with her.

Upon seeing it, the Huddah Beauty CEO could not hide her feelings for the magnate anymore posting on her insta stories, “That’s why I always wanted to marry C.K. Such a great man.”

Huddah Monroe. PHOTO/COURTESY

This is not the first time though.

She was not shy in telling off his critics after Kirubi’s deteriorating health condition first made its way to the public domain.

“Chris Kirubi is a great man. Someone we should all emulate as a businessman. He bought shares at the right places and got lucky,” she wrote.

“And what pained me the most is the Chris Kirubi issue. I am ashamed to be Kenyan. Nairobi is a sea full of sharks waiting for you to shake a little. So they can finish you. Kick you when you are down. Mshindwe na Mlegee,’’ added Huddah.

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VIDEO: Kenyan TV star Lulu Hassan to anchor news with her husband

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Popular journalist and Citizen TV presenter Lulu Hassan will now anchor the Swahili prime time news alongside her husband Rashid Abdalla.

The two anchors were unveiled on Thursday evening as the Royal Media-owned station made changes to stamp its continued dominance in the Swahili news category.

Citizen Nipashe suffered a major setback following the exit of Kanze Dena, the Deputy State House Spokesperson and Deputy Head of PSCU, who had anchored alongside Lulu for over five years – a spot that Rashid has filled.

“The Unveiling what it termed as ” star-studded dream team”, the media station also indicated that the Nipashe team will also feature Jamila Mohamed, Swaleh Mdoe, Mashirima Kapombe, Mwanahamisi Hamadi, and Nimrod Taabu.

A statement by the media house termed the team as “an all-star cast of the most celebrated Swahili news anchors in the country”.

Following the changes, Citizen added that they are now “set to breathe fresh air into the Swahili News Bulletin and completely dominate local Swahili news”.

Prior to joining Citizen TV, Abdalla was a news anchor at NTV – another dominant TV station in the country.

The couple is blessed with two sons, Jibran and Irfan whom Kanze has previously revealed were the reason she met Lulu for the first time – during a birthday party.

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Kanze’s exit was an emotional moment for Lulu that saw the two hug and weep during a surprise farewell party – a clear indicator of the strong bond they had developed over the years as co-anchors.

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Lulu and Rashid are famed for their impeccable command of Swahili language as well as their wealth of experience in anchoring at their previous newscast roles.

Source: Kenyans.co.ke

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