Meet the inventors of their own sexbots, via Sex Machines by Timothy Archibald. In , American photographer Timothy Archibald published a book called Sex Machines in which he met these creators and their various DIY fuckbots in their garages, bedrooms, and living rooms. It was anonymous, but the inventors shared photographs of their inventions. I recall one inventor attempting to explain his fascination to me and it really came down to the sound the machine made. At that point I realised that like with many things, the appeal is really dependent on the individual. I tried every one.
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If there ever was a real come-to-Jesus moment, it might be seeing your naked, postpartum body for the first time. I know it was for me when I was staring at my fleshy tummy in the brutally unforgiving lights of the hospital bathroom. It's easy to get caught up in wanting our bodies to bounce back, given how, as new moms, we are inundated with images of seemingly perfect celebrities who practically sprint out of the labor and delivery ward in skintight spandex. That's why photographer Liliana Taboas of Divine Mothering wants women to see different images of new moms, and how they really look postpartum. But the photographs featured in her book, "I Will Always Be Your Mother," are about more than showcasing women's bodies after baby as a way to suggest it's okay to look like a real person after birth.