ever heard of the genpets?http://www.genpets.com/index.php
why not genbot, genborg?...some degree of the behavior is also coded in the DNA so you can manipulate a living being if you engineery it
Bioroids seems pretty good, though it suggests hemorrhoids.
I have in mind something like a domesticated animal, a natural process since they are essentially symbionts with humans and in fact took part in the process themselves. People didn't capture wolves and force them to become dogs; some wolves took to hanging around human settlements because they wanted to. That probably took around 10,000 years leading up to the tentative date of 15,000 to 20,000 years ago for domestic dogs to appear. However, Russian scientists have duplicated the process with foxes in 50 years by constantly separating from wilder ones and breeding together the ones that got along with humans. I suppose we can do this even more rapidly in a few years. There would be normal, "wild", women and domesticated ones.
This isn't an old fashioned, backwards looking idea. For one thing I don't like the smell of silicon and similar substances that might be used in fembots and I also think one of the things people need is pheromones given off by the opposite sex. Their lack might cause subtle behavioral quirks. For another I don't like having to get into an argument or battle of egos a couple of times an hour, and one virtue of most domesticated creatures is that they want
to be cooperative but aren't afraid to act on their own when there's an actual reason
. I realize people brought up in contemporary society can't tell the difference between mutual cooperation and dominance/submission and might be upset by the notion.
Doesn't mean I'm not also interested in bots, just that biofems remain a more satisfying choice.
Say, biofems is a good word, too.
Thanks for the suggestions...