Sex Therapy or Porn?

Sex Therapy or Porn?

Madrid opened its first sex doll “brothel” in storm of controversy in 2018. The new phenomena of realistic sex dolls is forcing society to consider a new form of sexuality and reflect on how this affects women.

According to Daniel Garcia, founder of Luxury Agency Dolls, Madrid’s first doll brothel, they are just like any other sex toy such as a dildo and are just harmless fun.

“It’s not like a dildo, because women do not do have an illegal sex industry where they are the main buyers of other people’s bodies,” says Kathleen Richardson, who teaches a course called Ethics and Culture of Robots and AI at De Montfort University in Leicester, England.

Whereas Marlís Gonzalez, Sexologist, believes that society is heading for a more mechanised form of sexuality, but admits that sex dolls could have some therapeutic value in certain situations.

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