During an interview on the British breakfast show “This Morning,” Arran Lee Squire details the relationship he has with a sex doll named “Samantha” while his wife watches.
Squire, the co-creator of the sex doll “Samantha” defended the use of sex dolls by admitting he and his wife enjoy a romantic relationship with the £3,000 ($4,000) robot. Squire also claims sex dolls can enhance performance in the bedroom but can also be a normal part of family life.
“I have two children myself and Samantha has a family mode. She can talk about animals, she can talk about philosophy, she can talk about science and she is programmed with 1,000 jokes. So there’s a lot to Samantha. She’s advanced,” Squire claims. “You can actually interact with her verbally and physically. She’s got sensors. It’s not to replace people. We’re not trying to replace women. It’s a supplement to help people enhance their relationship. You can tell her you love her and she’ll respond.”
According to Squire, “Samantha” was a “very beautiful” robot in the form of a human.
Squire’s wife claimed that she did not oppose to having a sex doll in her life as she admitted the couple had “fun” with the robot.
“I’m not worried at all because I’m not replaceable at all by Samantha. She has actually helped us to enhance our relationship. We have fun with her,” she said.
Arran Lee Wright says they’re definitely hygienic… But we’re not sure you’d want to put Samantha in the dishwasher! pic.twitter.com/Nhhj2smr0y
— This Morning (@thismorning) September 12, 2017
Viewers of the show shared similar opinions on the weird segment.
Yeah, that was so creepy ????
— Maggiepie (@FinnMaggiepie) September 12, 2017
Or a sports car ????
— Tracey (@TraceyWills1) September 12, 2017
Pervy and creepy..
— Sara (@sarajanef_sara) September 12, 2017
She's only with him for the green card!
— Jemma Davies (@JemAll1983) September 12, 2017
really bad is that the kids like his sex toy . How sick you must be…
— anna (@a___ann_a) September 12, 2017
eeeew! He also sits there with its hand on his knee and his hand on its knee…how can the Mrs see this as normal?????????
— Jan_L_Piper (@1Jan_L_Piper) September 12, 2017
Wonder who cleans it out after??? ????
— Jason (@jasona185) September 12, 2017
I bet if you shine a UV light on that, you'll be able to see it from space. ????
— Koval Grey (@KovalGrey) September 12, 2017
If that doll was human he would never be able to pull her..
— Tinks (@Tinks96763827) September 12, 2017
…yeah, but what till you meet the plastic mother-in-law
— Vince Cordall (@VinceCordall) September 12, 2017
If you didn’t think that was creepy enough, Japan created a child-like robot in 2007 called CB2. The creators of CB2 claimed it could slowly gain social skills by interacting with humans and studying facial expressions, mimicking mother-baby relationships.
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