Human beings' brain is very complex, and sometimes, it acts in a very weird manner. According to a study conducted by researchers at Stanford University, it has been confirmed that humans used to get aroused by touching robots. The analysis report appeared on April 06, 2016 in NBC News.

The researchers analyzed the physiological impacts of modern man while touching robots, and found that even a minute touch in private areas of mechanical beings made the skin moister.

Four male and six female subjects were part of the study, and they got aroused while touching the private parts of the mechanical man. At this juncture, readers should understand that nothing happened when they touched the hands and feet.

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Jami Lee, head of this study stated that most people responded to robots in a primitive way. He made it clear that social conventions regarding touching someone's private parts were applied in this scenario as well. Lee hopes that this new finding has direct implications for robot designing and molding theories related to artificial systems.

In the future, these man-made human identical devices will help assist us in personal and public spaces. With this new revelation, it was also found that the bridge of sexuality between robots and us have narrowed a lot.

The team of researchers who published the paper believe that sexual relationship with programmed devices will be socially normal within the next fifty years.

Robotic sex toys will be more popular in the coming years thus offering a new world of sex and entertainment for individuals.

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The California research indicates that if these machines are being made much like a human, then the chances of sexual intimacy will be high, thus creating a new definition for our fantasies.

Naturally, this relationship will start expanding, and it will surely redefine our traditional concepts about body partners.

On June 2016, full findings of this research will get presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association in Japan. #Science