An 'award-winning' sex toy for women has been banned from the Consumer Electronics Show going on in Las Vegas.
Lora DiCarlo, makers of 'Ose', a robotic vibrator, say they were invited to display the device at this year's CES, then got pulled. The convention organizers say they only included the vibrator by mistake and are permitted to withdraw 'obscene' entries.
The company points out that the Ose won a CES Robotics Innovation Award, and point out that last year's event included both a 'sex robot' demonstration and a VR porn room. They accused CES of being "threatened by empowered women and the products that empower them".
Do you think CES made the right call? Are they discriminating against women? Would you try a 'robotic' sex toy?