With the recent decisions in the news, everybody is talking about gay marriage again and one of the arguments you hear against it is “the slippery slope.”
The slippery slope theory is that if marriage is moved away from the traditional meaning of one man and one woman, what is to stop a man from marrying a horse? A website called the Family Research Council has this exact scenario on their webpage as an example of the slippery slope.
I’ve also heard them use other examples like a tree, a dolphin or a box of cereal.
Clearly these examples are absurd. Humans should marry humans. It is ridiculous to suggest anything else. And to think the courts would confuse the precedent of two dudes or two ladies getting married with a man and his horse is not only ridiculous and insulting, it’s a logical fallacy.
Who gets to decide what is human? And more importantly, who gets to decide what is not?
I am talking about A.I. or artificial intelligence. Robots, if you like. These are thinking, feeling beings entitled to the same rights as people.
You’ve seen the movies: robots are sexy as hell! Blade Runner, Weird Science, Short Circuit. The message is clear that these fuckers are ready to bang! I’m talking big time DTF!
I don’t want the government butting in to my personal life and saying I can’t marry my robot. And before you go saying that’s just the movies and the only robots we have today are big, cumbersome machines that weld the doors onto a Plymouth, don’t be stupid, I’m not talking about now, they’d probably rip my dick off or some shit like that.
I know the technology isn’t quite there yet, but it’s coming! And when it does, so am I! I’m gonna be first in line to get busy.
The problem is, I’m a traditional guy and I only approve of sex in the confines of a legally sanctioned marriage. That doesn’t mean I’m a prude. I’m a red-blooded American who wants to get my freak on just like the most lascivious rock star, rapper or professional golfer.
Why should I be denied access to the inevitable wave of super hot inorganic orgasm endusers? So I urge you to write your local senator or congressman and ask them to pressure the Supreme Court to reconsider and hopefully overturn the unfair and arbitrary ruling of The State of California vs. Eric Filipkowski. Thank you.