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Academics doubt benefits of sexbots

Academics doubt benefits of sexbots

Review: Today the NZ Herald ran a syndicated article from Telegraph Group on the doubtful benefits of sexbots. The article begins: “Sex robots are unlikely to solve loneliness or reduce sexual violence, according to doctors in Britain.”

Published in BMJ Sexual and Reproductive Health, Dr Chantal Cox-George and Professor Susan Bewley found no research in the literature on the health implications of sexbots. They said that the use of sexbots could worsen loneliness.