It was supposed to be a highlight for the startup Lora DiCarlo — in the form of a booth right on the show floor, a transparent little sculpture with the inscription “CES 2019 Innovation Award” on the table and the attention that comes with being an honoree at the world’s biggest tech show, the CES in Las Vegas. Read more: CES Las Vegas: Entering the 5G-powered ‘data age’ After all, more than 4,500 companies exhibit their most innovative and new products here every year, to audiences exceeding 100,000 visitors. Instead for Lora DiCarlo it meant no official booth, no award, no CES this year. A misunderstanding? Or does Ose, the robotic pleasure toy for women that the startup wanted to present, not pass the CTA’s standard of decency? ‘Immoral, obscene, indecent, profane’ So what happened? In September, Lora Haddock, CEO and founder of the startup Lora DiCarlo, submitted Ose for the CES Innovation Award in the Robotics and Drone product category. Lora Haddock is determined to change the face of Sex Tech. “Proudly sex-positive, our goal is to create products and educational resources that promote female and LGBTQI sexual empowerment,” she says Ose is the startup’s first product — a hands-free pleasure device for women developed in… Read full this story
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