Monthly Archives: May 2019

Robot Sex May Make Us Better In Bed

Long Story Short According to RealDoll CEO Matt McMullen, sex with robots will be “mind-blowing,” and it could even improve your life in the bedroom, making you more adventurous. Oh yeah, and you can seduce the robots, too. Long Story The future of sex never looked so…adventurous? Instead of producing the same old depressing blow-up doll, RealDoll CEO Matt McMullen is

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SexTech Is More Than Just Sex Robots and Virtual Reality

When most people think of sexual technology or “sextech,” they think of life-like $15,000 sex robots, 3D pornography and automatic blowjob machines. They think of ways that new technological advancements facilitate socially awkward shut-ins to remain reclusive. The media perpetuates this idea as the sole future of sextech because articles likes these are more “scandalous,” often attracting a large number of readers. However,

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Artists invited to submit works to ArtbankSA

Artists with ambitions of being considered for the ArtbankSA programme, have until 12 July to submit their applications. The Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) has invited South African artists to apply for their contemporary artwork acquisition with the ArtbankSA. In a statement issued on Wednesday, the Department said the ArtbankSA is part of the Mzansi Golden Economy (MGE) strategy implementation

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Plans to curb GBV at varsity

Government is forging ahead with its plans to eradicate Gender Based Violence (GBV) in the country’s post-school education institutions. Under the Policy Framework to Address GBV in the Post-school Education and Training System (PSET), which came out for public comment this week, government aims to conceptualise GBV and define its manifestation in terms of existing laws and policies. The framework

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