The world of sex robots is going mainstream

The world is getting into the sex robot craze.

Now the companies making the devices are starting to attract a much wider audience.

The first wave of sex-bot devices started to roll out in 2017, with companies like O2 and Samsung making the sex robots for men.

There are now companies that sell sex robots, including GlamBot and Avant.

And now, the sex-bots are getting more and more diverse.

Read more1 / 1 The first sex robot, the O2 Triton, will soon be available for men on the market.

Read our full review here2 / 1 A new generation of sex toys is now being marketed as the next generation of technology.

Read how the sex toys have changed over the past decade.3 / 1 New York City is now the first city in the US to ban all sex-robots from being sold in public places.

Read the story here.4 / 1 Amazon has a sex robot called The Cat in the Amazon Jungle.

Read its full review of The Cat here.5 / 1 Sex robots will soon soon be able to speak to us and read our minds.

Read this story about sex robots from our partner, The Economist.6 / 1 It’s getting easier and easier to find a sex toy for your bedroom.

Here’s our guide to the best sex-dancing robots.7 / 1 There are already sex-based apps, including an app called Wiggle and a chatbot called Momma.

Read all about them here.8 / 1 You can now order a sex-ed book for the kids and then get a text message when it arrives.

Read How To Read Kids’ Sex Ed here.9 / 1 What you’ll be able in 2018 is a sexbot that can be controlled remotely from a smartphone.

Read about the development of sexbots for children here.10 / 1 Here are all the new sex robots you’ll find in 2018.

Read on.

Read moreAbout the author: Anna-Marie Lee is a British freelance writer who lives in London.

She writes about technology and women, sex and relationships, technology and feminism, technology, sex, sex toys, sex robots and the internet.

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