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An ethical argument for sex robots as a human right

18/11/2020

A professor of bioethics at the University of Washington makes a compassionate case for sex robots as companions for the socially vulnerable. Who could be most helped by sex robots? The answer is not the young, heterosexual males to whom most sexbots are marketed, a demographic least in need of in-home sexual aid. A...
A professor of bioethics at the University of Washington makes a compassionate case for sex robots as companions for the socially vulnerable. Who could be most helped by sex robots? The answer is not the young, heterosexual males to whom most sexbots are marketed, a demographic least in need of in-home sexual aid. A gripping new article in the Journal of Medical Ethics presents the case for “reimagining sex robots as a product for older, disabled people.”Read Full Story A professor of bioethics at the University of Washington makes a compassionate case for sex robots as companions for the socially vulnerable. Who could be most helped by sex robots? The answer is not the young, heterosexual males to whom most sexbots are marketed, a demographic least in need of in-home sexual aid. A gripping new article in the Journal of Medical Ethics presents the case for “reimagining sex robots as a product for older, disabled people.”Read Full Story
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