Meet The Men Who Want To Make It Acceptable For You To Bone A Smoking Hot Lady Robot

That right there is Olivia and you can’t fuck her damn brains no matter how badly you want to or how hard you try or how good you are at the sex, because she is a silicone doll and about as far from a sentient being as your shoe is from being the King of Oman.

What I’m saying is she doesn’t have brains.

But … she can be yours for a hefty sum. As shown up there, she’d run you about $7,000. Would you do it?

Would you stick your dick in that life-like doll? Or would even the thought of that make you wonder who the fuck in the world would do that? Or ask what pervs would dedicated their lives to making things like that, or what people would work even harder to turn them into robots who could give you head at your command?

Well … Vanity Fair has the long read for you.

First, let’s met David (not me), a self-described atheist who wants to make the world a safe place for dudes who want to love dolls, going so far as to call himself “the Rosa Parks of sex doll.”

No, really.

“Women have enjoyed sex toys for 50 years, probably 5,000 years, if the truth be known, but men are still stigmatized! We have to correct that! I want to be the Rosa Parks of sex dolls! Men are not going to sit in the back of the bus anymore!”

That is some sword to fall on. What was it like buying and meeting his first love doll? Weird as hell? Hell yea.

[Mills] estimates that of the approximately 180 women he has had sex with, a little over half were prostitutes. That profession has gone way downhill in Huntington [West Virginia] over the years, so Mills thought a RealDoll might do the trick. He ordered a “Body A” RealDoll2 model (83 pounds, 33–24–35 measurements, custom freckles) and named her Taffy the same day he mailed a check for $7,149 to a factory in San Marcos, California, called Abyss Creations.

Three and a half months later, a coffin-like crate arrived. Thrilled, he pried it open, tore away the plastic, and screamed. The extremely human-like doll was looking right at Mills, and it reminded him of the Twilight Zone episode where William Shatner comes face-to-face with a monster on an airplane wing.

Then he became aroused.

Yea! That’s fucking creepy. Opening a coffin and seeing a doll and getting hard is not normal. So I don’t think we need a movement for dudes like that.

But it is a sustainable business. His lady was the product of Real Dolls, a company that specializes in super, super life-like fuck dolls. It’s a weird business to be in, but people are buying.

Add to the list [of people who have bought them] very wealthy sheikhs, princes, a NASCAR driver, a Nobel Prize winner, and Mötley Crüe singer Vince Neil, who showed off his $15,000 customized Body A on MTV’s Cribs.

Gotta be Kyle Busch. Gotta be.

If you do want to buy one, it can come to your exact specifications.

Between the Classic and the RealDoll2 models, customers must decide which of 11 different body types and 31 faces they want. They choose from more than 30 styles and shades of nipples; skin and lip type; hair and eye color; pubic hair (trimmed, natural, full, shaved); eyebrows (fake, human hair); removable tongues, tattoos, piercings; oral inserts (e.g., the seven-inch “Deep Throat”).

The owner of Real Dolls has no desire now to turn his creation into sentient fuck bots, but all his pervy customers certainly want him to.

Less excited by robotics and artificial intelligence, Matt McMullen feels pressure to move in that direction. People keep asking when the dolls will talk back. “I’m torn, because that sounds really cool, but at the same time I like the old-school-ness of what it is now,” he explains. There is also something pure about the way his customers interact with them now, and that, too, could be lost when sexbots become available.

It doesn’t really matter what he thinks, because experts agree that soon we’ll all be interacting with AI if you catch my drift. .

In Love & Sex with Robots: The Evolution of Human-Robot Relationships, artificial-intelligence expert and international chess champion David Levy professed that by 2050 robots “will have the capacity to fall in love with humans and to make themselves romantically attractive and sexually desirable to humans.” One expert surveyed in a Pew Research Center report out last year predicts that robot sex partners will be “commonplace” by 2025 and foresees robot sex being both popular and “the source of scorn and division, the way that critics today bemoan selfies as an indicator of all that’s wrong with the world.”

Seriously, read the whole thing here, because we are going to be fucking robots soon whether you like it or not.

Fuck it, I’m in.