Robotic Dolls Linked To Higher Pregnancy Rate

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A new study found that student health programs that entrust teen girls with lifelike robotic dolls that “cry” for changing, burping, and feeding, aimed at discouraging teen pregnancy, are actually linked to higher rates of pregnancy and abortion. What do you think?

“Don’t send a thousand-dollar robot to do a bag of flour’s job.”

Hugh Levy • Cart Pusher

“Why don’t we just stick to the old-fashioned method of demonizing sexuality altogether?”

Ken Wilkes • Van Detailer


“Well, let’s not blame the schools. They’re doing all they can to prevent unwanted pregnancies besides teaching students about contraception and fostering open discussions about safe sex.”

Martina Salbett • Trinket Appraiser