Sex doll is now one of the current and latest gist in Nigeria. A few days ago, raunchy pictures of a female version of the sex dolls started making rounds on the internet with many Nigerians and celebrities alike criticizing the trend while others are of the opinion that it is worthwhile.
When it comes to the bedroom, we’re all for promoting a healthy curiosity (if you haven’t tried one of these penis-friendly sex toys, it’s about time you gave it a shot) and even embracing new trends (we’re looking at you, astral sex converts).
But there’s one increasingly popular trend we haven’t made our mind up about just yet: frighteningly realistic sex dolls, like the ones sold by Sexy Real Sex Doll. (The name says it all, no?) You can file this one under the same, ever-expanding category as these hyper-sexualized robots of the future.
Do you think this frighteningly Sex Doll can replace your girlfriend?
These silicone beauties are high-tech (some can simulate orgasms, flirt with you, and even be made to feel warm like real skin), very expensive (easily more than $2,000), and totally customizable down to the eye color (and other things).
While there are probably plenty of guys (many of whom rely on the company’s promise of discreet shipping) who use and enjoy these lifelike dolls, there are many who have taken issue with the concept on Twitter:
What’s wrong with the idea of slowly being replaced by a doll that moves it’s eyes and head with the use of AI. Don’t you think it’s dehumanising for us women? Not to mention these dolls often look young/child-like and they can’t say “No”… I guess not. #SexRobots