Sex technology

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Sex technology also called Sextech, is technology, and technology-driven ventures, designed to enhance, innovate and disrupt in every area of human sexuality and human sexual experience.[1] The term is associated with an advancement of the Digital Revolution from 2010 and its impact on society and culture; at this point, Internet makes up more than 25 percent of the world's population.[clarification needed] Mobile communication has also become very important, as nearly 70 percent of the world's population owns a mobile phone,[2] this evolution of technology in daily life and social organization has led to the fact that the modernization of information and communication processes has become the driving force of sociocultural evolution.[3] While still nascent, Sextech has seen a recent boom in mainstream acceptance, due to a big push from female-led firms in the space. Notable individuals include Stephanie Alys from MysteryVibe, Cindy Gallop from MLNP, Polly Rodriguez from UnBound, Kate Moyle from Pillow Play, Dr Kate Devlin from Goldsmiths University and journalists including Alix Fox, Nichi Hodgson, Rebecca Newman, Gigi Engle, Bryony Cole, Joseph Seon Kim and GirlOnTheNet.

Impact[edit]

  1. Pornography[4]
  2. Pleasure[5]
  3. New kinds of sex[6]
  4. New Ways To Meet Partners[7]
  5. New Kinds Of Partners[8]
  6. New Ways To Coordinate Hook Ups[9]

Advantages[edit]

  1. Possibility of sexual enlightenment[10]
  2. Stronger relationships[11]
  3. Female-friendly[12]
  4. Cure for loneliness[13]
  5. Better sex[14]

Criticism[edit]

  1. Risk of addiction[15]
  2. Cyber-risk[16]
  3. Unnecessary or unlawful collection and use of sensitive personal data[17]
  4. Potential for harm and inequality caused by sex robots[18]

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