We are creating a resource list to help feminists, women and child rights campaigners around the world to be used as the basis for developing arguments and regulation against sex dolls/robots/AI in the form of women and child sex-abuse artefacts.

Journal Papers

[1] The Asymmetrical ‘Relationship’- Parallels Between Prostitution and the Development of Sex Robots. ACM Digital Library as a special issue of the ACM SIGCAS newsletter. SIGCAS Computers & Society, 2015, Vol. 45, No. 3 290-293.

[2] Sex Robot Matters: Slavery, the Prostituted and the Rights of Machines. IEEE Society and Technology Magazine June 2016.

Correction: In this article, Richardson says that only 80% of sex buyers are male (implying 20% are female), the real figure for sex-buyers is nearly 100% male.