The Campaign Against Sex Robots is a group of activists, writers and academics developing new, and sorely needed feminist and abolitionist perspectives of robots and AI.




Kathleen Richardson, founder and leader of the Campaign Against Sex Robots

Professor of Ethics and Culture of Robots and AI

De Montfort University




Nika Mahnič is a contributing writer. Her BA thesis in Cultural studies/Anthropology at University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, focused on technofetishism and the unheimlich robotic love. She loves to think, write, dance and be surrounded by music. She is one of the founders of Danes je nov dan, Institute for other studies. Currently, she is an MA student in Big Data at King`s College, London.




Florence Gildea has a BA in History and a Mphil in Sociology from the University of Cambridge.




Kate Davis is an artist and activist, with a BA (Hons) in Commercial Photography from the Arts University Bournemouth. Kate’s acclaimed project ‘Logging on to Love’, is an exploration of the development of sex robots and virtual relationships and was shortlisted in the Sony World Photography Awards 2016. The impact modern technologies have on the future of human interaction and intimacy is the central motivation of her work.