Woman Sleeps With World’s First Male Sex Doll

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One of the best things about sex is the personal connection that comes with it – but what if there wasn’t any?

Not in the sense that your one-night stand had a bleak personality, but that you were literally having sex with someone who didn’t have a personality – more specifically, a doll.

Karley Sciortino, a sex columnist for Vogue and Vice, decided to do women everywhere a solid and put the world’s first ever sex doll to the test – and she liked it.

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As Karley points out in the video made by VICE, men have had years of sexperimenting with dolls, but for women, the idea has always been taboo.

So in a groundbreaking move for the sex industry, leading doll manufacturers Sinthetics are designing custom-made male dolls – lacking only in a sense of humour and post-coital conversation, but that’s never guaranteed with a real partner anyway.

As co-owner Bronwen Keller explains: “Women really do want male dolls… we now have the same amount of orders for male dolls as female dolls.”

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But these dolls aren’t made cheap. The basic male doll starts at $5,900 (£4,825), charging up to $8,000 (£6,543) on top for add-ons such as customised heads.

But for a hefty price, women are still buying them. Adult entertainer Jessica Ryan has started using a male doll as a way round her long distance relationship – and also to feature in her videos.

She said when it comes to arranging ‘meetings’ with men for sex, they’re either ‘too detached or they get attached,’ adding: “As a female, this is so much easier than doing a Tinder date.”

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But is the male sex doll too far from other female sex toys to be deemed a ‘comfortable’ experience?

Karley, who actually put the male sex doll to the test, said: “It’s just weird because it’s so lifelike that it enters this space that feels uncomfortable. It feels like a person that can’t respond to you.”

Creepy or empowering for women?

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