Today’s blog is based on an updated version of an article that I originally published in a 1999 issue of Headpress (The Journal of Sex, Death and Religion). I have been a fan of Adam Ant and …
Think sex robots are funny? Strange? Unnecessary? Well, just wait until you’re using one — because that’s exactly what sex toy pioneers are aiming to make happen on a large scale. According to Betabeat, the fields of teledildonics and cyberdildonics — fancy ways to describe an array of new sex toys that rely on computers — could change the way we perceive sexual pleasure forever. But do they have the power to replace the intimacy of true human-to-human physical connection?