The Campaign Against Sex Robots is against the production of child sex dolls which are part of a cultural pattern to legitimise paedophilia more widely. The recent news that Japanese company Trottla is producing child-like sex dolls is something we want to address as a serious problem. The company, owned […]
Ethics of Freedom The Campaign Against Sex Robots will explore the theme of human abandonment and the ‘imagined’ role that robots will play in helping humans overcome their isolation and loneliness. Technology is a cultural artefact, entirely artificial, therefore, the way technologies are created reflect what is happening in human […]
The Campaign Against Sex Robots raises red flag for violence and victimization, calls for standards in sexbots
Article by Hope Reese in TechRepublic – read the article here
Article by Eva Wiseman in The Guardian – read here
An article in the New Mandala on Sex Robots and the Sex Trade – read it here We encourage our supporters to support Abolitionism and Campaigns to end the suffering of children. We will provide a join option in 2016. Thank you for your patience. More news coming soon.
Following many discussions with pro sex robot/sex trade campaigners their argument time and time again is that men need to have access to sellers of sex/sex robots because they have a higher sex drive. The pro sex robot/sex trade campaigners characterise men as sex objects and not human with full […]
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David Levy has announced the Malaysian authorities have asked for the Second International Conference on Love and Sex with Robots to be held somewhere other than Malaysia. This is welcome news considering the significance of the sex trade in Malaysia. Where richer European and North American men visit to buy sex from […]
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We have been asked many questions over the last week and we are trying our best to address them all. Over the coming weeks we will prepare more research papers, initiate discussion and participate in debates more widely. A wider debate about sex robots will help us to explore what […]