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Inside The Chinese Sex Doll Factory Where Robots Can Bang, Talk & Wash Dishes

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A sex doll maker who runs a factory in China is aiming to revolutionize the industry with his line called “Instagram Bots” who look similar to Instagram models and these robots can talk, play music, wash clothes and dishes and much much more.

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The company makes 400 custom dolls per month, up from 10 in 2009. It began research into sexbots in mid-2016 and now employs 120 people. On the factory floor for ‘traditional’ sex dolls, Wu points out that buyers can customise each doll for height, skin tone, breast size, amount of pubic hair, eye colour and hair colour. However, the most popular dolls have pale skin, disproportionately swelled breasts and measure between 158 and 170 centimetres (five foot two and five foot seven) tall.

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When asked whether smaller models are supposed to resemble children, Wu recoiled and said they were diminutive because some customers prefer ‘less heavy’ and ‘more portable’ dolls. On Chinese social media, some say the products reinforce sexist stereotypes or endorse paedophilia.

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‘When sex robots become more technologically advanced, will men prefer to use them instead of respecting human wives?’ one commenter on the Twitter-like Weibo platform wrote. Others, calling themselves ‘friends of dolls’, share user reviews and advice on dedicated online forums.

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‘The material is quite good, very soft to the touch. When I hold her I feel very comfortable,’ one anonymous user said in a review of a standard sex doll on e-commerce platform Taobao.

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China is estimated to make more than 80 percent of the world’s sex toys, with over a million people employed in the country’s $6.6 billion industry. Prominent Chinese feminist Xiao Meili thinks that some men will always have outdated expectations and ‘sex housewife robots’ might actually help women.

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‘A lot of men want the same for women: sex, housework, childbirth and filial piety. They don’t think of women as individuals,’ Xiao told AFP. ‘If every nerd buys a sex doll for himself … that would free a lot of women from these kind of men.’

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