Samantha's Suffering: why sex machines should have rights too

Brooks, V. Samantha's Suffering: why sex machines should have rights too. The Conversation.

TitleSamantha's Suffering: why sex machines should have rights too
AuthorsBrooks, V.
Output mediaArtcle
Keywordssexuality, law, ethics, sex-bots, sex-machines
PublisherThe Conversation
Web address (URL)https://theconversation.com/samanthas-suffering-why-sex-machines-should-have-rights-too-93964

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