“Honeysuckle” / Memorable Fancies #783

         The robot sex doll trade-named “Honeysuckle” was heavily advertised, and sold for a great deal of money. Modular, its parts could be rearranged to assume any desired configuration. Its motor could make any combination of motions and sounds by means of a simple digital interface that could be operated with one hand. Honeysuckle’s mouth could utter any speech, in any language or accent, or be otherwise employed.

         The top of the line version of Honeysuckle was indistinguishable, by the typical American male, from a real woman. Until it was taken apart. Only then would he know…



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