Would You Get a Robot Blow Job?

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Let’s be honest, guys. For many dudes, just the words “would you” and “blow job” means the answer would unequivocally be YES YES WHERE WHEN NOW HOW ABOUT NOW? However, when I (as a non-penis owning individual) read the question, I thought, “ummm, why would a guy want to attach something mechanical to his junk knowing full well that mechanized objects often malfunction?

Well, this question was posed to the husband  of Tracy Clark-Flory, a sex columnist for Salon, and he, lucky for us, said yes when asked if he would try the Autoblow2, a Fleshlight-esque sex toy currently on Kickstarter.

The description of the beta product, via Jezebel:

Unlike a Fleshlight — which is operated by the movement of a user’s hand — the Autoblow 2 operates electronically. Users just have to plug it into the wall, insert themselves into the rubbery sleeve, and let the device’s beaded rings slide up and down the outside of the sleeve. It’s basically a robot blow job.

According to Clark-Flory, her husband gave the device a whirl (no pun intended), but unfortunately their experiment wasn’t the erotic robotic experience they’d hoped for. Not only did it sound like “a vacuum,” but it also didn’t LOOK very sexual.

He applied the contraption to his junk, went to turn it on and I shouted, “Wait! Is this safe? The likelihood of bodily injury seems very high.” Unconcerned, he turned it on, pausing on its slowest setting before increasing the speed. I tilted my head, watching the pale lips and surrounding fake-face. “It looks like you cut off part of a dead chick’s face and are boning it,” I said. He promptly lost his erection, which makes me feel good about his basic humanity — so thanks, Autoblow2, for that.

Check out the rest of the story at Salon, and let us know in the comments – would you get a robot blow job?