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And while "booth babe" is no longer as widely used a term as it once was, there are still plenty of "promotional models" or "female brand ambassadors" on the floor.

Not only had CES reneged on the accolade, Haddock said, but they then blocked Lora DiCarlo from attending as an exhibitor at the annual event.

It cited a clause in the award submissions guidelines that reads: "Entries deemed by CTA in their sole discretion to be immoral, obscene, indecent, profane or not in keeping with CTA's image will be disqualified". Our nearly entirely female team of engineers is developing new micro-robotic technology that mimics all of the sensations of a human mouth, tongue, and fingers, for an experience that feels just like a real partner, ' Haddock added. A robotic massager created to give women killer orgasms without involving men doesn't exactly fit, as CTA said, in that category.

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In a post on the company's website, Ms Haddock claims the hands-free female massager was vetted by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) and a panel of proficient judges, who scored the device well enough for it to be among the products acknowledged in the awards.

"We're doing something that has never been done before", company founder and CEO Lora Haddock wrote in a statement. For the second year in a row, Google will be unavoidable at CES even though it probably isn't launching any new products of its own. It was then judged by an independent panel, which deemed the product a victor.

Meanwhile at CES, men have lined up to watch VR porn with their conference badges dangling around their necks and have gone hands-on with sex robots. "While there are sex and sexual health products at CES, it seems that CES/CTA administration applies the rules differently for companies and products based on the gender of their customers".

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Daily Star Online has approached CES and CTA for a response.

Furthermore, the presence of women at the tradeshow is relatively less, be it female-focussed products or female presenters. "We've seen token concessions, like the attempted 50/50 split of female and male keynote speakers in 2019 after an all male lineup in 2017 and 2018 - but sadly it's just cosmetic". So clearly sex products are welcome on the floor of CES, but they aren't eligible for innovation awards (this year)? This double standard makes it clear that women's sexuality is not worthy of innovation.

Pictured above: a promotional image on the Lora DiCarlo device for women.

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