Robots Will Replace Hookers in China

Once the sexbots hit the market, prostitutes will be in trouble.

Like millions in China who leave their hometowns to work in the cities, the 29-year-old car designer leads a bachelor’s life during the week, returning to his wife and toddler in neighbouring Hebei province every weekend.

Liu has been married for more than a decade, and does not want to be unfaithful, but still needs to satisfy his sexual appetites.

“Honestly, it is very easy to just pay a little money to find a woman in China, but I simply cannot bring myself to cheat on my wife, so I have never considered it,” he said with a nervous laugh.

But a blow-up alternative was not an option. “There was no way I would have sex with that kind of cheap inflatable plastic,” he explained.

Instead he forked out 15,800 yuan (HK$20,000), almost a month’s pay, for his more realistic Chinese-made “156”.

“The only way a doll is better than a woman is that it won’t resist, so people can do whatever they want with it,” he added.

...“If a married man refuses to see prostitutes and uses a doll instead, isn’t it admirable?”

...“A doll’s perfection is derived from mathematical calculations, but it will never be more beautiful than a woman because she has a soul, expresses emotions and shows reaction.

“To me it has absolutely nothing that’s better than a real woman, but I can at least try to deceive myself with it,” he said.

'It's better than cheating on my wife': Sex dolls fulfil the needs of China's lonely men

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