Oculus Rift is on the record of not objecting to people using their virtual reality headsets for, um, adult purposes.
Founder Palmer Luckey told Variety earlier this year:
"The rift is an open platform. We don't control what software can run on it. And that's a big deal."
The internet being what it is (rule 43), it would be a fair bet to expect that when Oculus Rift is released early next year to consumers, people would use it for sexual purposes.
But, as this video from Japan's Ocufes and unearthed by Kotaku shows, there's one massive argument in the case for the defence - you would look so unbelievably awkward having virtual reality sex that it would probably put you off.