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Company helps men grieve losses of wives by creating sex dolls that look like their spouses

By Mason White 1:12 PM August 17, 2017
Sex doll (illustration)
Sex doll (illustration)
By: William Martin

A company in New Jersey, is making sex dolls to look like anyone their customers want.

Douglas Hines, the engineer/inventor of True Companion, said that widowed men are turning to him to create sex doll robots to look their deceased wives.

Hines said that people get the dolls as a way to help them grieve the losses of loved ones.

According to Hines, about 50 percent of True Companion customers are people who buy the custom dolls for family members.

Others want dolls to resemble their favorite celebrities.

According to the company, only a small percent of men use the dolls that look like their deceased wives to engage in sexual activities.

Most customers are people who are looking for companionship, a loving touch and a warm embrace, he added.

The dolls come with computer sensors all over their bodies, and they react with phrases such as “I want to hold hands with you,” when touched.

The Roxxxy sex robot, which comes fully customizable, sells for a whopping $9,995.