Hold onto your circuits! London’s Goldsmiths University is about to host the International Congress on Love and Sex with Robots, once banned in Malaysia for being “illegal.” Top academics in robotics and human-computer interaction will gather to explore the future of artificial intimacy.

Dr. Kate Devlin, known for her viral essay ‘In Defence of Sex Robots,’ is leading the charge. From humanoid robots to teledildonics (cybersex toys), the event promises to be eye-opening. But it’s not just about fun; it’s also about therapy and new approaches to artificial sexuality. Don’t miss it on December 19-20 at the New Cross Campus! Get ready for a robotic rendezvous!

Christmas sex robot festival to focus on teledildonics and electronic hardware