The Sex Doll: A History [EPUB]

The Sex Doll: A History [EPUB]
The Sex Doll: A History by Anthony Ferguson
2018 | EPUB | 2.8MB

This scholarly study of the centuries-long history of fornicatory dolls examines the enduring obsession with creating an idealized, silent female sexual object and the manifestations of this desire through the ages in mythology, literature, art, philosophy and science.

This particular sexual impulse has been expressed in a great variety of forms such as statues, mannequins, sex dolls, and gynoids (robots). In particular this study focuses on the evolution of the sex doll through its original incarnation as a sack cloth effigy, through the marketing of inflatable dolls, to the current elaborate cyber-technology figures, in an attempt to discover the hidden drives and desires which fuel this ongoing fantasy of creating a perfect, powerless, silent partner.

Great in Bed [EPUB]

Great in Bed [EPUB]
Great in Bed by Debby Herbenick, Grant Stoddard
2011 | EPUB | ISBN: 9780756689667 | 3.26MB

Everyone wants to have great sex. Now everyone can!

Written by Dr. Debby Herbenick and Grant Stoddard, two of the world's most highly esteemed sex experts, Great in Bed is a guide to fantastic sex that takes a "he said/she said" point of view, so couples can learn how to properly communicate their desires with their partner.

Perfect for a couple just getting together, or one who's been together for years, Great in Bed teaches sexual confidence, positive self-image, and multiple skills so readers can learn how to bring their bedroom escapades to the next level.

Robot Sex: Social and Ethical Implications [EPUB]

Robot Sex: Social and Ethical Implications [EPUB]
Robot Sex: Social and Ethical Implications edited by John Danaher, Neil McArthur
2017 | EPUB | ISBN: 9780262036689 | 0.89MB

Perspectives from philosophy, psychology religious studies, economics, and law on the possible future of robot-human sexual relationships.

Sexbots are coming. Given the pace of technological advances, it is inevitable that realistic robots specifically designed for people's sexual gratification will be developed in the not-too-distant future. Despite popular culture's fascination with the topic, and the emergence of the much-publicized Campaign Against Sex Robots, there has been little academic research on the social, philosophical, moral, and legal implications of robot sex. This book fills the gap, offering perspectives from philosophy, psychology, religious studies, economics, and law on the possible future of robot-human sexual relationships.

Contributors discuss what a sex robot is, if they exist, why we should take the issue seriously, and what it means to "have sex" with a robot. They make the case for developing sex robots, arguing for their beneficial nature, and the case against it, on religious and moral grounds; they consider the subject from the robot's perspective, addressing such issues as consent and agency; and they ask whether it is possible for a human to form a mutually satisfying, loving relationship with a robot. Finally, they speculate about the future of human-robot sexual interaction, considering the social acceptability of sex robots and the possible effect on society.

Contributors Marina Adshade, Thomas Arnold, Julie Carpenter, John Danaher, Brian Earp, Lily Eva Frank, Joshua Goldstein, Michael Hauskeller, Noreen Herzfeld, Neil McArthur, Mark Migotti, Sven Nyholm, Ezio di Nucci, Steve Petersen, Anders Sandberg, Matthias Scheutz, Litska Strikwerda, Nicole Wyatt

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