Lora DiCarlo’s sex toy was an honoree at CES 2019 until the CTA rescinded the award and told the company it would not be allowed to show at the expo in Las Vegas.
CES revokes award from female-founded sex tech company Megan Rose Dickey @meganrosedickey / 3 years Sex tech has been done at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Lora Haddock, CEO of Lora DiCarlo, says CTA rescinded her company's CES Innovation Award for a female-focused robotic sex toy.
In October 2018, CES informed the owners of Oregon start-up Lora DiCarlo that they would be receiving an Innovation Award in the robotics and drones category for their hands-free sex toy for women...
Sex Toy Award Is Restored by Trade Show After an Outcry Over Sexism Read in app Osé, a hands-free sex toy designed by the company Lora DiCarlo, won a CES Innovation Award, only to see it revoked ...
Lora DiCarlo Osé vibrator sex toy was banned from CES 2019 and had their award taken back.
A women's sex toy startup has been re-awarded the robotics prize from organizers of the annual CES gadget show after they revoked it, claiming the firm had violated its rules. Home U.K.
The Consumer Electronic Association has rescinded its Innovation Award given to a sex toy, disqualifying the personal massager because they deemed it to be 'immoral, obscene, indecent, profane'.
Even more, both of these new products, Baci and Onda, have received a CES Honoree Innovation award. All three of Lora […] A year after being banned, Lora DiCarlo returns to CES with new sex toys
Sex toy debacle reveals shameful double standard at CES. In a year many deemed lackluster, the most interesting new tech of CES 2019 could not be found in a single one of the more than 4,000 ...