Beyond the Orgasm: Sextech’s Untapped Potential

Bryony Cole spends her days and nights talking to experts and everyday people about the future of sex. Here she reflects on what she's learned, what you can expect in 2018, and why the inclusion of female founders in sextech is paramount.

By Bryony Cole

3D rendering of the head of a female robot. The head is breaking apart. Black background.

One in 10 young adults will have had sex with a humanoid robot by 2045.

In the wake of #metoo, #TimesUp, and the spotlight on sexual harassment reporting, we can use technology to shift the cultural conversation and attitudes toward female sexuality.

Ironically, it is technology that will help us tap into the most human elements of sex.

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