New Report Finds No Evidence That Having Sex with Robots Is Healthy

June 5, 2018

(The Washington Post) – But healthy companionship is too bold a claim to make about sex robots, warn a pair of doctors in a report published Monday in the journal BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health. Chantal Cox-George, a doctor at St. George’s University Hospitals in Britain, and Susan Bewley, an obstetrician at King’s College London, scoured the medical literature for reports concerning the health aspects of sex robots. They finished their search as they began: empty-handed. No primary research data on sex robots exists, the doctors concluded.

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