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P0rn Star Says The Rise Of S£x Robots Is Putting Them Out Of Business

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Sex robots could put porn stars out of work as the creepy technology continues to produce more lifelike products, a worried adult film star has said. The increasing popularity of sexy cyborgs is ‘a threat to women in the industry’, as the robots offer to fulfill sexual demands at the click of a button.

Porn star Ela Darling has now shed light on the impact of robot sex technology on her profession.

Speaking to the Daily Star Online, she said: “Sex robots are going to be a game changer. “And I think now is the time to start thinking about these things as this is going to be a technology that people will be embracing in – which is a sensitive thing to be in.

“Right now were at the stage where sex robots are being invented and the next step will be everybody has a sex robot.”

But Ela, who has been in the adult industry for 10 years, says the machines will one day replace the need to find human companionship.

She added: “I do think at some point people will be having sex with sex robots instead of people. “I don’t think it will be everybody but it will be some people.

“Sex robots are filling a very physical need, but with porn and virtual reality porn it’s more of a person and a physiological need.”

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President Cyril Ramaphosa accused of misleading parliament

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South Africa’s corruption watchdog has accused President Cyril Ramaphosa for deliberately misleading the parliament.

The finding was made at the same time that the country’s former President Jacob Zuma announced he was withdrawing from a separate corruption inquiry.

It’s been a dramatic morning in South Africa as the country struggles to tackle high-level corruption.

First came the news that the former President Jacob Zuma was refusing to continue giving evidence at a public inquiry into the corruption that took place on his watch.

He accused the judge-led inquiry of being biased against him. Judge Ray Zondo disagreed and expressed his disappointment.

Then came a separate announcement from the public protector – a state official charged with exposing corruption.

Busisiwe Mkhwebane said the current president had misled parliament over a donation his election campaign received, via his son.

Mr Ramaphosa insists he knew nothing about the donation at the time.

There is speculation here that the public protector has become a partisan figure – and that a sinister campaign is under way, a fight-back by marginalised elites in the governing ANC, who are looking to seize power.

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Iran dismissed U.S claim over destroying their drone

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Iran has deny claims the U.S destroyed one of their drone after U.S. official, stated they brought down Iran’s drone through electronic jamming.

Iran officials dismissed report said by President Donald Trump’s assertion that the U.S. Navy has destroyed one of its drones,

saying all of its unmanned planes were safe, but there was no sign of a major Gulf escalation despite fears both sides could blunder into war.

In the latest episode to test nerves around the strategic waterway, Trump said on Thursday the drone had flown to within 1,000 yards (914 meters) of the U.S. warship Boxer in a “provocative and hostile action” and had ignored several calls to stand down.

“All drones belonging to Iran in the Persian Gulf and the Strait of Hormuz … returned safely to their bases after their mission of identification and control,” Abolfazl Shekarchi, a senior armed forces spokesman, was quoted as saying by the semi-official Tasnim news agency.

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