Category Archives: Ethics and Law

CGI Instagram Babe Lil Miquela claims she was ‘sexually assaulted’

If sex robots can be victims of unwanted sexual aggression, why not artificially cgi rendered fake social media influencers such as Lil Miquela? Despite being a fictional persona made up entirely of computer generated pixels, the stunning beauty recently vlogged that she was sexually assaulted whilst taking a ride share. Hopefully the click bait stunt… Read More »

XBiz On How Ultra-Conservative Zealots Became Media Experts On ‘Sexpolitation’

Adult industry news hub Xbiz published an interesting piece recently exposing how ‘The National Center On Sexual Exploitation’ morphed from being an ultra-conservative anti-porn group called ‘Morality In Media’ into a seemingly respectable NGO that the media quotes and politicians listen to on all things to do with ‘sex exploitation’ – from sex trafficking to… Read More »

VICE Magazine Reports On Virt-A-Mate 3D Avatars Of Celebs And Girlfriends

I’ve showcased the software program for creating 3D animations ‘Virt-A-Mate‘ a number of times on this site. Anyone who uses it or keeps track of its regular upgrades and additions (users can create ‘modules’ – such as for creating realistic looking hair – that other users can then utilize in their scenes) must realize that… Read More »

David Ley On Stripchat Discussing The Anti-Fappers

David Ley was invited on to the adult webcam site Stripchat to discuss the NoFap cult via a livestream. It’s a brilliant and entertaining debunking of the anti-fappers and well worth watching in its entirety. David Ley is a clinical psychologist who has done sterling work dismantling the whole ‘Your Brain On Porn’ psuedo-science that… Read More »

Hackers Could ‘Sexually Assault’ Teledildonics Users

Although the headline to the Daily Star article is a bit alarmist, it’s more than intelligent than you might expect and gives a nice little overview of the history of teledildonics. The warning that hackers could remotely take control of teledildonic sex toys to ‘assault’ the users of them, comes from a supposed IT security… Read More »

Realbotix Claim Their Sex Robots Could Kill You

I recently argued here that there’s a danger of ‘sex robot’ manufacturers deliberately making hysteric soundbites as regards the supposed possible dangers of their products, simply in order to get some clicks and media attention. It’s already backfiring in that South Korea has become the first, and very likely not the last, to come close… Read More »

South Korea Could Ban Sex Robots & Realistic Sex Dolls

South Korea is creeping ever closer to banning the sale and purchase of not only ‘sex robots’, but realistic sex dolls. Over a quarter of a million South Korean citizens recently signed a petition to have the dolls banned, thus passing the threshold whereby the proposal has to be considered by the government there. Although… Read More »

Owning The Term Digisexuality

One of the more interesting articles on digisexuality appeared in the UK Metro paper a couple of months ago, I just came upon it recently. It’s attention grabbing headline states the fear that we might soon be ‘falling in love with people who don’t exist‘. This got me thinking about how ambiguous the term digisexuality… Read More »

David Levy Claims Male Sexbots Could Rape Their Female Owners

David Levy, author of ‘Love and Sex with Robots‘, and organizer of the annual conference of the same name (which often as not gets banned for inappropriate choice of location), has apparently warned that male sex robots could ‘rape’ their female owners through faulty programming. Incredibly, according to the media reports which have appeared in… Read More »