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Therefore, until we have empirical evidence that sexbots have a positive effect for sex offenders and paedophiles, they should not be seen as just another sex toy.

To reach this conclusion, authors Cox-George and Bewley reviewed the available literature looking to determine if the arguments made by supporters of the use of sexbots to reduce violence and sex crimes can be substantiated.

According to this study by Oxford and Yale University researchers, robots are on the rise and are here to take over the world. The idea of the 'digisexual' – people whose primary sexual identity comes through the use of technology – doesn't sit well with me, but hey, if sexbots can fulfil sexual appetites...

'Dutch Wives' (an archaic Japanese term for sex dolls) are rising in popularity in China and its makers say men would never want a real girlfriend after buying one.

Their article approaches this topic from a health care perspective, looking at four themes relevant to health care providers: Cox-George and Bewley conclude that the claims of “harm limitation” are overstated: they found no reports of primary data relating to health aspects of the use of sexbots to support the proponents’ positive claims.

The authors also state that the market for sexbots will not be largely health care related – people will not be using these for therapeutic purposes, to diminish unwanted sexual urges, including an attraction to children.

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