Sex Doll Brothels Are Here and They're Here to Stay

Turns out the future of sex doll brothels might look a lot more like Her than a free-for-all robot hump sesh, so get your head out of the gutter.

For a long time sex dolls were simply ignored by the majority of people in ‘decent society’ but now—thanks to a rash of niche brothels opening in North America—we’ve been forced to look deep into the uncanny valley and reckon with the hard truth that some folks out there like to have sex with dolls and robots.

In the last month alone, a sex doll brothel stated it would be opening in Toronto at the end of the summer, another just recently announced its intention to open in Vancouver in the near future, and yet one more was just announced in Houston.
In some instances, the ‘brothels’ have experienced harsh backlash. In Toronto—despite there already being a sex doll brothel quietly operating for over a year—a neighborhood used a bylaw against adult entertainment to ban it.

In Houston, lawmakers have vowed to do what they can to make sure the brothel doesn’t open. In Vancouver well, it’s Vancouver so people just kinda went with it.
All this leads us to the question of what’s going on here?

The Future of Sex Report analyzes the current state of sex technology and offers detailed predictions of where we are headed to in terms of sex robots, augmented boning reality, internet-connected dildos and whatnot.

Marina Adshade, a professor at UBC’s Vancouver School of Economics, who recently wrote a chapter in a book titled Robot Sex: Social and Ethical Implications, said that while the existing technology is more blow-up doll than sex robot, she expected to see shops that rent them proliferate. “I think we will see some very real societal shifts happen about the way that we kind of view relationships, (and) about the way that we view our interactions with technology,” Adshade said. 

Meanwhile, sex doll brothels could offer a service that is safer and less exploitative than traditional sex work to patrons who may not have access to intimate relationships with other people, Adshade said.
“These might be people who normally would use sex workers, but they’re going to try sex dolls — maybe because they’re worried about the risk of disease, maybe they’re worried about exploiting real live women,” Adshade said.

There is this misconception that the people who use these dolls are all lonely losers who are misogynist or can't get a woman. That’s not the case. Sexuality is diverse, it would be an oversimplification to suggest it's just sad dudes who can't get a woman. Some people are simply just attracted to dolls or robots. I've spoken to some men who are married and their wife is sick so she doesn't have sex with them and he doesn't want to cheat but still wants to have fun sexually. But still, these people didn't want to put out their real names because of the stigma.

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