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Hotels To Offer Virtual Sex

Category: Hotels, Posted:12 Jun 2011 | 06:00 am

Forget in room adult pay per view movies, according to an article in Hotels Magazine Online that says virtual sex will be available in hotels within the next 20 years.
Futurologist Ian Pearson was retained by hotel chain Travelodge to conduct a study on the trending.
He concluded that interactive dreaming, virtual sex and sleep management would be the cutting end room technology of the future.
As for phone sex or those sms's that seem to fall prey to the media these days, in the future you can connect up with your remote partner for a virtual session in your own private hotel space.
Of course the predictions will have hotel chains looking how to cash in on pay per …(humm not sure what is the best word for this)..but anyway its all in our future.

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