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Why 'sex robots' will make the world more dangerous for women

The sex-tech market reinforces stereotypes that a female body serves to gratify the desires of its male counterpart.

It is a truth universally acknowledged that technology is one thing we cannot think of living without. Slowly it has taken over human lives in ways we could not have imagined a decade ago. Right when we open our eyes in the morning till the time we lose ourselves to sleep, almost every single chore that we engage ourselves in involve technology at some level.

Had I been writing this piece some years ago,

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