High-tech sex toy for women wins back a rescinded award

The group behind the Consumer Electronics Show is returning an award it revoked from a women’s sex toy company earlier this year, which ignited a controversy around the industry’s inclusion of women and acceptance of sex tech. But for now, the show’s operator isn’t announcing broader changes that would actually allow sex toys to be exhibited and win awards in the future. A CES Innovation Award was initially presented to Lora DiCarlo for its Osé Robotic Massager ahead of the conference in January, honoring the device in the show’s robotics and drones category. But the show’s operator later revoked the award, saying that sex toys weren’t allowed. Lora DiCarlo’s ability to even exhibit at the show was revoked as well. “We just identified... Continue reading…

High-tech sex toy for women wins back a rescinded award

A trade group has reinstated an award to the makers of a robotic sex toy for women that it had taken away four months ago for not keeping with its image.

Thu 9 May 19 from Phys.org

Vibrator at center of tech sexism controversy gets its award back

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has returned an award for a women's sex toy, four months after it was revoked in a move that drew accusations of gender bias.

Thu 9 May 19 from CNN

Sex tech company Lora DiCarlo gets CES robotics award it was first denied - CNET

CTA presents the company with an Innovation Award again, admitting its mistake in revoking it the first time.

Wed 8 May 19 from CNET

Sex tech company Lora DiCarlo gets CES robotics award it was first denied - CNET, Wed 8 May 19 from CNET

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Wed 8 May 19 from Gizmodo

Sextech company scorned by CES scores $2M and an apology

Months after revoking its award, the CTA has decided to re-award Lora DiCarlo the same day it planned to announce a $2 million funding.

Wed 8 May 19 from TechCrunch

CES 2019: Sex toy reawarded robotics prize

The Las Vegas tech show organisers faced outrage in January after banning the vibrator.

Wed 8 May 19 from BBC Technology

CES re-awards revoked robotics prize to women's sex toy

There was outrage and disbelief earlier this year when the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) -- the organization behind the major CES annual tech show -- revoked its Robotics Innovation ...

Wed 8 May 19 from Engadget

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