The most powerful colonists in the sextech industry are women who won’t wait for labels to catch up to their needs. They are developing technology and products and shaping the conversation themselves.
When the game-changing micro-robotic vibrator, the Ose, devised by tech colonist Lora Haddock, was banned at the Consumer Electronics Show( CES) the beginning of this year, it kindled a firestorm, particularly given the show’s history of illustrate love( or lust) for sextech in the past–as long as the products were for men. VR porn has been a mainstay at CES since 2017, various sex robots for men have propelled on the register floor, Trojan Condoms has exhibited sexuality playthings, and an adult film company exhibited the same year the Ose was blocked.
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