Sex doll addict claims he’s become more attractive to women

Allison Yee
Senior Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer

He loves sex robots so much he’s splurged on five different ones, and one man claims his love for the artificial dolls has helped his relationship with women in real life.

The unidentified man, known as Brick, claims that despite being older, he still has a healthy sex life which he satisfies with his silicone lovers which cost between $6,600 and $8,000 each.

Brick claims his relationship with real women is better than ever thanks to his sex doll love. Photo: Instagram/realbotix

“I’m very sexual. I can have sex every day – even at my age,” he told CBS.

But rather than hinder his real-life interactions, Brick explains how having sex dolls means he’s more comfortable being around women.

“I think women enjoy my company more now because basically I want to be a friend,” he said.

Sex dolls have become an increasing trend in recent years, with brothels opening up world wide and both men and women welcoming them into their relationships.

It’s even seen Instagram star Alicia Amira reveal she wants to have surgery to look like a real-life sex doll.

Porn star Alicia claims her goal is to look like a real-life sex doll. Photo: Instagram/alicia_amira

And it’s big business for sex doll makers as well, who are letting clients personalise their realist-looking dolls.

Brick admits his next goal is to buy an artificially intelligent robot version that can respond to him – despite the whopping $17,000 price tag.

Realistic dolls have become increasingly popular in the sex industry. Photo: Instagram/realbotix

With developers creating an app that will allow clients to program their dolls to their own specific likes; from physical appearance to personality and ‘sexiness level’, it’s a whole new world for sex doll lovers.

“They’re beautiful,” Brick told CBS. “Each and every one of them are different in one way or another.”


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