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#Houston Is Preparing To Set Up The Next Brothel Using Sex Doll Robot Escorts For Rent

I am curious if these brothels will become successful or not. The “sex robot brothel” will be open for business in Houston within the next 10 days, says the business partner for Canadian sex-doll rental company Kinky S Dolls.

The business, set to open its doors later this month or in early October, will allow customers to rent or purchase a robotic sex doll that, according to the company’s founder, is “warm and ready to play.”

Well, men won’t have to worry about the robots complaining I imagine and they don’t need lunch breaks or will have to call begging a dude to take them to dinner. Considering the women who are coming out of the wood works with their 30 years or older claim of sexual assault, those type of men won’t have to worry about these robots coming out 35 years from now saying they were abused in any sort of way!

Soon You Will Be Able to Rent a Sex Doll Robot Escorts in Houston; How Much it Will Run You & How Much Time You Get to Know Each Other

Let me remind you all that this creator happens to be a Trump supporter so I’m not so shocked that he would come up with this idea. #ItsForThem

  • Customers will be able to “rent” a robot in a private room before deciding whether to buy one when Kinky S Dolls opens its first American franchise in Houston, Texas.
  • The lifelike sexbots – priced from $2,500 (£1,900) each – react to touch and have vocal responses, while more expensive versions with AI can engage in conversations.
  • At the firm’s flagship store in Toronto, Canada, customers can pay £17 for 30 minutes of “intense pleasure”, £70 for an hour or £120 for a two-hour session.

  • “Outcalls” cost more – at almost £150 for an hour and £235 for two.
  • Earlier this month, Kinky S Dolls owner Yuval Gavriel said he plans to open 10 sex robot stores in the US by 2020.
  • He told the Washington Examiner he’s targeting the American market because there’s no regulation.
  • He added: “The States is a bigger market, and a healthier market, and God bless Trump.”

Already, the last-second announcement has raised many, many questions and plenty of outrage about the nature of the business and what it means for Houston.