Robosexuality is the love and/or sexuality between a humanoid and a robot, making them robosexuals. Highly controversal, robosexual marriages were illegal in the state of New New York until the passing of Proposition ∞. In July of 3010, though, same-sex robosexual marriages are still illegal, as made evident by a comment of Morbo's.
The subject is controversial and forbidden both by Space Catholicism and Robotology. It should be noted that sometimes the human and the robot can be the same gender, but sometimes they can be different genders (e.g. a male human and a female robot, or a male robot and a female human).
The Church of Robotology runs robosexuality conversion camps, such as Camp Rectifier, in which robosexuals are taught to restrain from their lusts. Among others, Bender and Fatbot visited one in July of 3010. It is unclear if these camps actually work, as, in September 3010, Fatbot was seen dancing intimately with an Amazonian at Bender's 100th Delivery Party making it is quite clear that he was not "cured".
History of the term
In "I Dated a Robot", Fry downloads a robotic version of Lucy Liu, and begins a robosexual relationship of high controversy. Such relationships are not forbidden, but highly discourages by the Earthian government, claiming that as all of man's conquests are the result of impressing the other mate, robosexual relationships would bring down society.
In "Proposition Infinity", Bender and Amy enter a robosexual relationship but Professor Farnsworth is not happy with the relationship but after revealing he was once robosexual to a woman he didn't know was a robot, he helps them pass Proposition ∞.
- Bender Bending Rodríguez
- Hedonism Bot
- Unit 47
- Reverend Lionel Preacherbot (closeted)
- Robot Devil
- Wash Bucket
- An Amazonian
- Amy Wong
- Chief O'Mannahan
- Lucy Liu's head
- Philip J. Fry
- Professor Hubert J. Farnsworth
- Turanga Leela - accidentally (7ACV16)
- The controversy of robosexuality can be described as a future version of the 21st century controversy of homosexuality.
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