RANDY sex-bot enthusiasts will soon be able to bonk dirty droids at the world’s first “consent-focused” robot brothel. A funding campaign for the US outlet will even let punters pay $10,000 to claim the virginity of a sex robot. The brothel will be named Eve’s Robot Dreams, and will focus on guests building relationships with the sex robots. Of course, it will inevitably lead to a bot-bonking session whether the robot consents or not, we’d imagine. “Guests can visit in the futuristic cafe where they can get to know the world’s first companion robots,” the campaign explains. “After they have met, guests have the option to spend time with their favourite robot in a private room.” The brothel will be occupied by Realbotix sex robots. Realbotix is a spin-off of Californian sex doll gian
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The first woman to accuse Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault says the event happened at a party back in the 1980's, when they were high school classmates. With the fate of his confirmation potentially hinging on her testimony, a partisan debate is raging, raising questions about how young people navigate consent. Last year, the Department of Education investigated 150 claims of sexual violence at elementary and high schools — a jump of more than 500 percent from just three years before. Changing that may require changing students' attitudes — particularly how kids think of consent. Hundreds of colleges have instituted "affirmative consent" policies on campus, setting out the rule that "yes means yes" when it comes to sex. This concept is also being incorporated into certain sex ed
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One woman is speaking out after she says she was groped on a flight from Los Angeles to New York. Loraine Hemingway, 26, told Inside Edition the alleged incident happened to her on a JetBlue flight. “I woke up in the middle of the night and I had that distinct feeling of being touched,” she said. “Specifically, I could feel fingers under my thigh.” The graduate student said nothing to the male passenger sitting next to her, hoping it was an accident. But then she felt his fingers again, she said.