Sex Robots Are Being Made to Look Like Customers’ Dead Wives
I do not find this touching. It’s gross and weird.
by G Harrison
For many people, the social aspects of owning a sexbot are far more important than the physical side of things
SEX robots have become so lifelike that bereaved men are flocking to order dolls designed to resemble their dead partners.
The Sun Online spoke to True Companion, the American company behind the world’s first sex robot, to learn what people are really looking for in their doll lovers.
Douglas Hines, the engineer who brings True Companion’s customisable bots to life, told us there’s far more to his sex robots than meets the eye.
The talking sex toys can be fully customised, with the option to model the robots’ faces after loved ones.
This has led to Roxxxy, the pioneering company’s customisable sex robot, proving extremely popular with bereaved men who want a doll resembling their dead wives.
Alongside requests for celebrity lookalikes, this is the most common thing customers are looking for.
He said: “Maybe 50 per cent [of customers] are people who want a custom robot for family members.
“That’s what True Companion is all about and that’s why it’s called True Companion.”
…As a result of the demand for loving sex robots, Roxxxy’s more “mature and matronly” personality setting has proven a hit with many customers.
Douglas says that when Roxxxy is in this mode, she loves nothing more than a cuddle, with sex temporarily taking a back seat.
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