Dr Devlin also postulates that dolls could be used to treat sex offences and paedophilia."For example, VR has been used, virtual reality has been used to check whether or not sex offenders are likely to reoffend by putting them in a virtual environment."There is a possibility for therapy for this as well."It is not just physical robots that will be part of the sex robot future. The 2013 film starring Joaquin Phoenix and Scarlett Johansson was about a man who falls in love with his smartphone's operating system.In China, a realistic smartphone chat bot called Xiaoice is already a reality, with millions of users logging on for hours to speak to the lifelike female artificial intelligence.Abyss Creations, the maker of life-size sex dolls Real Doll, has told The New York Times they are bringing the future of sex dolls closer by building animatronics into its creations.Kathleen Richardson, a senior research fellow in the ethics of robotics at De Montfort University, started the Campaign Against Sex Robots."I want people to stop thinking about the word 'robot' and think about the word 'property', and what we're being encouraged to do is have relationships with property," she told the ABC's Lateline program.As we saw in defining lateral violence in Chapter 2, there are a variety of words that are used to describe lateral violence. Safety: ‘I am going to make sure that I tell Johnny’s Mum, Aunty and Nana about his appointment because sometimes he is not with his Mum.’ Safety involves health providers working with individuals, organisations and sometimes, the community.Similarly, there is some debate in the literature around the differing concepts of cultural safety and security. While I do not want to get bogged down in semantics, I think that the concepts of cultural safety and cultural security both add something to the way we think about addressing lateral violence. More often though cultural safety consists of small actions and gestures, usually not standardised as policy and procedure.
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I wanted her to completely understand the risks of online interaction in hopes that any choices she made when I wasn’t looking would be educated ones.
This man, who calls himself Noah, started off the conversation with days worth of small talk. Contact her again and you will hope the police find you before I do.” This man proceeded to delete his account and create new ones. The sexual content was amplified and again my daughter didn’t respond.
Lateral violence is a multilayered, complex problem and because of this our strategies also need to be pitched at different levels. ‘By having a centre-point of pride and identity for the community. Cultural and linguist decline between generations hollows out a people – like having one’s viscera removed under local anaesthetic – leaving the people conscious that great riches are being lost and replaced with emptiness. On the other hand, revitalising and renewing our culture and cultural norms within our communities brings resilience and can prevent lateral violence taking its place.
In Chapter 3 I have looked at the big picture, with the human rights framework as our overarching response to lateral violence. Give opportunities for people to get to know each other. Cultural security is subtly different from cultural safety and imposes a stronger obligation on those that work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to move beyond ‘cultural awareness’ to actively ensuring that cultural needs are met for individuals.