Biohacking for better sex?
I'm a journalist working on a feature about how biohacking and sensory augmentation may help shape the future of sex. I'm aware of a few projects with improving sex among their goals, but would love to hear from anyone on this forum about related efforts, or just your thoughts on the topic in general.
Thanks for your time,
Contributing Editor, CNET
General thoughts? Well, my own two cents. Ultimately, at the end of the day, the goal of biohacking is, in my eyes, to use technology to improve the human condition. It's a pretty wide open topic of interest.
Personally, I love to see people accomplish what they wish. So long as it isn't causing others hardships... If someone wants to be able to log biological feedback on their body, and implant devices that monitor their tempurature and pulse and glucose levels, awesome! If people want to alter their diet to see into near UV spectrums, that's great! If someone wants to implant a vibrator into the base of their genitals... Okay, honestly, it embarrasses me more than can properly be expressed in text.
But it's a goal of a person. If they can design and utilise new technology to create something functional, I'm all for supporting it. Maybe not directly, but the applications of design and information learned from it's development may be useful to much more than itself.
It's not my own cup of tea personally, but have watched a few projects related float about. Totally support them. Just not hands on directly, but will totally encourage it for the sake of education, development, and at the end of the day, their own pursuit of improving the human condition.