Hello everyone. I have a status update on a couple of projects I'm working on.

ASFR.social is coming along nicely. It's a special-interest social-network for other techno and robosexuals running on Pleroma. It's open to the public, and we've got a small cadre of members.

ASFR.org is something I've just recently started and it's slowly coming along too. My goal with ASFR.org is to provide a central nexus of information for the various different kinks within the ASFR family, and also a community where robots, synths, and dolls can network with one-another and share information.

ASFR.sk is something new I'm launching and it's free webhosting for anybody that needs a place to host anything that is generally ASFR-related. More information about this is available here.

BioSynChem.net is a fictional company that manufactures products for robots and androids. Because, why not? If you have a machine that is attempting to be more human, then certain things will be necessary in order to obtain a level of realism that would not be able to be provided without.

Stuff that's in the works:

I'm in the process of re-publishing the Michael Collins' Anthology under a new title, and taking steps to take the story outside the Not Quite Human literary universe and bring it into its own.

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