Earliest ASFR memory

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Re: Earliest ASFR memory

Postby D.Olivaw » Sat Jan 21, 2017 7:44 pm

For me it's finding the Female Android Cornucopia (F.A.C.) web-page, around the time I was 15 or 16, I think. I'd been surreptitiously browsing softcore latex and leather fetish stuff for maybe a little less than a year at that point, and I'd either stumbled onto it from that somehow or just thought to put in a sufficiently ASFR search-term that F.A.C. came up in the Google results.

All my life I've been obsessed with robots and artificial beings: consuming media about them, imagining stories with synthetic characters, even identifying with them. I wonder if Star-Trek's Data wasn't an important influence on this, as my parents let 3-year-old me stay up to watch it with them back during it's initial run. My memories of this are understandably hazy, though.

I'd always felt... twinges, I suppose, at media representations of robots malfunctioning or being damaged, long before I was sexually aware. Finding the F.A.C. photo-manipulation galleries was therefore kind of like being hit by a lightning-bolt. From the links page there I found the LTBSA ASFR literature site. A few years after that I stumbled onto Fembot Central and the rest is history :dancing:
"So through endless twilights I dreamed and waited, though I knew not what I waited for. Then in the shadowy solitude my longing for light grew so frantic that I could rest no more, and I lifted entreating hands to the single black ruined tower that reached above the forest into the unknown outer sky. And at last I resolved to scale that tower, fall though I might; since it were better to glimpse the sky and perish, than to live without ever beholding day. " – H. P. Lovecraft

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Re: Earliest ASFR memory

Postby Rob_The_Fixer » Sat Jan 21, 2017 11:50 pm

Earliest I can remember was the 1992 film Toys starring the late great Robin Williams where his "sister" revealed her robotic nature when her head was blown off. My fascination didn't spark until the Austin Powers movies came to be, I can also thank a few cartoons such as Mega Man and Sonic.
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Re: Earliest ASFR memory

Postby xerxes31415 » Mon Jan 23, 2017 11:30 pm

My first memory was from Star Wars (which is saw in the early 90s). I remember getting aroused by C-3PO. Not specifically "by" him, but rather the idea of becoming him.

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Re: Earliest ASFR memory

Postby Extyr » Tue Jan 24, 2017 6:02 pm

My fascination with robots was always within me. I loved astroboy even if the only thing I saw of him was an old comic at a friend's house and I dreamed of playing with the robot helper in the power rangers. Then I grew older and met the fembots in Austin Power as well as April in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and I knew I had a preference for female robots. The day I found some Hajime Soyorama pinup in my father's collection of magazine, I went on the net to search for more and I discovered a strange new world. After some years I found this site and I haven't left since.

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Re: Earliest ASFR memory

Postby mr.tobor » Thu Jan 26, 2017 10:40 am

For me it was a comic book about a boy that rescues a female robot from the junk yard. I can't remember much other than she was a silver robot with red hair and there was a newer model that was gold with blond hair. I was too young for it to be sexual in nature, but I was fascinated with that book. I assume there was a scenario where she saved the boys life or something along those lines and I do remember that she sees the new model and thinks that she's inferior and runs off; it's been decades since I last read it and I can't remember the title. It would have been published in the early 80s, but without more information than that, I doubt I will ever figure out what it was.

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Re: Earliest ASFR memory

Postby lcy2007a » Mon Feb 06, 2017 1:50 am

For me, it is Livian in Astro Boy (1980 TV series). She looks very beautiful, like a princess. And I still remember in one episode, she lost her memory temperately and Dr. Tenma opened her chest panel to repair her, which got me very excited.

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Re: Earliest ASFR memory

Postby Nerfherder » Wed Mar 01, 2017 4:05 pm

Galloping Galaxies for me.

It was an old BBC kids show here in blighty back in the 80s.
I remember getting obsessed with Robot99 haha.
If I remember rightly, I found it one YouTube, one late night. The quality was terrible! :P
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Re: Earliest ASFR memory

Postby mr.tobor » Sat Apr 29, 2017 8:40 am

mr.tobor wrote:For me it was a comic book about a boy that rescues a female robot from the junk yard. I can't remember much other than she was a silver robot with red hair and there was a newer model that was gold with blond hair. I was too young for it to be sexual in nature, but I was fascinated with that book. I assume there was a scenario where she saved the boys life or something along those lines and I do remember that she sees the new model and thinks that she's inferior and runs off; it's been decades since I last read it and I can't remember the title. It would have been published in the early 80s, but without more information than that, I doubt I will ever figure out what it was.


Just to close the loop, the comic I was remembering was Planet Terry (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planet_Terry).

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Re: Earliest ASFR memory

Postby slvsara » Thu May 04, 2017 2:14 pm

While I really didn't have proper terminology for it, I suppose that it was Andrea (played by the lovely Sherry Jackson) from the original run of Star Trek in the episode What Are Little Girls Made Of?. I was only 6 at the time, so I really didn't have a clue about what I was feeling. But for some reason...yeah.
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And then there was also the robot girl - Agent A-77 - in The Man From UNCLE episode The Sort of Do-It-Yourself Dreadful Affair, also from 1966. She was portrayed by an actress named Willi Koopman. She was a bit less evocative to me, but still....sigh.
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As I said above, I really didn't have any idea what ASFR was...that took some time and other encounters with the various femmes from the 1973 film Westworld. Especially Arlette, as portrayed by Linda Gaye Scott. When, in the throes of passion, she opened her eyes and they flashed glossy silver....well, my then 13 year old mind created all sorts of scenarios.
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In the late 1970's (my high school days) there was the fembot version of OSI agent Peggy Callahan portrayed by Jennifer Darling in the Bionic Woman episode Fembots in Las Vegas. By that point I knew well what I was feeling, but there really wasn't a name for it...
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For years I really thought that I was alone...then in the late 1990's I discovered the ASFR group on USENET. And the rest, as some cliches say, is history. :twisted:
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Re: Earliest ASFR memory

Postby Calvanian » Fri Jun 16, 2017 9:14 pm

Roll from the early 90s Megaman cartoon.

Safe to say I was very disappointed that she was just a little girl in the games. :/
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