Porn stars could soon be replaced by robots.
Dr Ian Pearson has predicted that sex slaves will be a thing of the past as humans won't have a place when new technology will be able to simulate the same experience for much less.
He told Motherboard: "A human won't be able to compete in this world.
"A studio will be able to hire a porn actor for a thousand dollars or just rent the software and create for less.
"Brothels, for example, will still use humans. There is a connection, and even some emotion, in that setting. But we don't need human porn stars."
And new technologies are already being developed.
Kinky adults will soon be able to buy a "sensory mask" to go with their virtual reality headset that will allow them to smell "private parts and panties" while watching porn.
CamSoda recently announced its decision to drop a new wearable gadget, OhRoma, that will provide users with "an assortment of sensual aromas" such as body odour, fragrances and aphrodisiacs while watching X-rated clips through their VR headset.
Daron Lundeen, president of CamSoda, said: "Virtual reality figures play a pivotal role in 2017, and we wanted to enhance the experience for our fans by introducing OhRoma, which now allows users to smell what they are seeing and hearing. Quite simply, OhRoma takes the virtual reality experience to the next level. It's unlike anything anyone has ever experienced before, delivering a heightened sensation of pure, unadulterated ecstasy, allowing them to completely immerse themselves in the experience."
ystery woman with a "little help" from Aretha Franklin.
An unknown person has publicly declared his love for a woman who wore a "white fluffy hat" on the 54A bus in Dublin, Ireland, and printed the lyrics of the 1968 hit I Say A Little Prayer along with his mobile number on a large billboard positioned near where the bus terminates.
According to Dublin Live, the post reads: "To the girl on the 54A, white fluffy hat, headphones and beautiful smile
"I run for the bus dear, while riding, I think of us dear, I say a little prayer for you. At work I just take my time and all through my coffee break time, I say a little prayer for you, Forever and ever, you'll stay in my heart and I will love you ....
"Please call me."
Although it is unknown whether the lady has got in contact, the sweet post has since gone viral on social media.
And one Twitter user has questioned whether this soppy act is romantic or "creepy".
Alongside a picture of the billboard, she wrote: "Romantic or creepy? Massive sign appeared on Clifford Antiques on Pearse St... @broadsheet_ie (sic)."
A mystery yob attacked unaware joggers with vegetables.
Runners had been hit by a variety of heavyweight foods, including turnips, potatoes, and avocado while out running in the small town of Cheltenham in Gloucester, South West England.
Local man Toby Lewis told the Daily Mirror Newspaper: "I was the victim of a 'drive-by spudding' when I was walking home from Cheltenham town centre."
And Mike Smith added: "I was walking with a group of friends, and we were pelted with eggs from an unknown vehicle."
Victims of the vegetable-based attacks have appealed to the police to find the mystery person and put a stop to it.
A group of adults have been wrapped in blankets as part of a new therapy to help cure mental health issues.
A number of patients have trialled the bizarre treatment in Japan called Otona Maki, which sees them curl in a swaddling cloth before being rocked gently, in a bid to improve their physical and mental health.
According to Oddity Central, the process involves being tied up for 15 to 20 minutes to increase flexibility and "reset your body", but it also aims to soothe and relax people.
The method is the latest invention to come from Professor Nobuko Watanabe, who created the Toco Chan maternity belt, which is a back brace popular with pregnant mother's.