Category Archives: Ethics and Law

Anti Sexbot Campaigners Target True Companion ‘Roxxxy’ As Encouraging Rape

Radical feminist anti-sexbot campaigners took their battle to a new level, and arguably a new low, when they denounced the famous ‘Roxxxy’ True Companion sex robot as representing an encouragment to rapists. Roxxxy, the first sexbot revealed by company True Companion several years ago, was publicized to much fanfare at the time as the world’s… Read more »

UK government targets ‘chemsex’ drugs

The UK seems determined that nobody should ever have fun from sex ever again.  Or at least it does seem to be agitating for unnecessary rules and regulations that will present obstacles to the sextech utopia.  Not only is the brexit Britain the home of sexbot resistance, but the Conservative minority government there recently announced… Read more »

Radical Feminists Demand Curbs On VR Porn

And so it begins. Probably several years before VR porn even approaches mainstream, a group of radical feminist academics at a British university in Newcastle have published a paper warning of the dangers of the new erotic frontier. Predictably, the headline grabbing thesis of the paper – that vr porn will raise new issues of… Read more »

VR Porn and Moral Panics

Just as we can be sure that the emerging sex technologies will create novel erotic possibilities, we can be certain that new ethical boundaries will follow with them. The question is whether these new ethical and legal rules will be based upon calm reflection or moral hysteria. The history of the internet suggests the latter.… Read more »

Adult Cam Site Uses Facial Recognition Software to Help You Find Lookalike of Your Crush

An adult webcam site – MegaCams – is offering visitors the use of facial recognition software to find a camgirl out of it’s huge database of performers who looks like a crush of theirs. You can upload a picture of someone you want to see nude. Megacams will scan your image and match it with… Read more »