Sex Doll Companies Trying To Cash In On Self Isolation

Sex doll companies have an important public service message: Self-isolating can be fun and safe at the same time.  Abyss, the maker of sex robots RealDolls, assured potential buyers that its dolls are free of COVID-19 in an Instagram post.  “Self-isolating doesn’t have to be the worst!  All RealDolls are made from Platinum Grade Silicone and are naturally antibacterial and nonporous! Want one?” The company’s caption reads.  An online publication that reviews sex dolls also posted a blog post trying to combat myths regarding sex dolls and the coronavirus.  “Sex doll industries have been greatly affected as most of these products were made and delivered from China,” according to the post at realsexdollreviews.com.  “But to break the existing perception toward China-made sex dolls, is there really a high-risk of product-to-human viral transmission? One firm answer: No!” the post continues. “There is no medical proof that upholds this claim. Sex dolls assembled or imported from China have no harm to the people.”  Sex doll maker Silicon Wives has also tried capitalizing on the pandemic, with a giveaway contest for free sex dolls “to help with the coronavirus quarantine,” according to its website.  “Are you stuck inside with nothing to do for the Corona virus (sic) quarantine? We’re giving away free sex dolls to ease your ‘social distancing,’” the website reads.

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Scott Fox and Kat Callaghan