David Mills has opened up about his two year ‘relationship’ with a doll.
The 57-year-old has just celebrated his second anniversary with Taffy, his £5000 “RealDoll2”, with silicone skin and steel joints.
He has revealed that some women are turned on by the doll and he’s even shared a threesome with one woman.
The twice-divorced dad says he still dates and gets differing reactions if he tells them about his sex doll and some would “freak out”.
He told Men’s Health: “They’ll be like, ‘Don’t call me anymore, I’m unfriending you on Facebook, stay away from me and my children,’ that sort of thing.
“But I’ve met some women who were into me because of the doll. I’ve had sexual experiences that I never would’ve had without Taffy.”
The American bought the sex robot from a Californian company two years ago and paid an extra £300 for added freckles, to make her more realistic.
The robots come with a £5000 price tag and latets versions will even come with a pulse.
According the website of sex doll suppliers Abyss, Taffy has an “ultra-realistic labia,” “stretchy lips,” and a hinged jaw that “opens and closes very realistically.”
In the first few months, he revealed, he would often come home, see the frozen figure sitting on a chair, and let out a blood-curdling scream.
David recalls one occasion when he brought a woman back to his house after a date, without telling her about his silicone companion.
He added: “I didn’t want my date to walk into the room and suddenly see Taffy, because if you’re not expecting her, she’s kind of terrifying.”
“So I say to this girl, ‘Give me a minute.’ And I run into the bedroom and quickly throw a sheet over Taffy.
“That was a close one.”
David laughs as he recalls one particular act with Taffy which would be impossible with a real woman.
He said: “Sometimes, when I just don’t feel like looking at her, I’ll take out her vagina.
“She stays in the bedroom, and I just walk around with her p***y. Isn’t modern technology wonderful?”
But David is keen to point out that his ownership of a sex robot doesn’t mean he is crazy.
He said: “I wouldn’t exactly call this a relationship.
“I think one of the misconceptions about sex robots is that owners view their dolls as alive, or that my doll is in love with me, or that I sit around and talk to her about whether I should buy Apple stock.
Sex robots are big business in the States and are becoming more advanced all the time.
He also revealed his 20-year-old daughter aware of Taffy’s existence.
“We don’t really talk about it,” he added. “Just like we don’t talk about my television set or washing machine.”
Sex robots have become much more sophisticated in recent years and experts say walking, talking dolls won’t be too far away.
The “RoxxxyGold” robot from True Companion — with a base price, before the extras, of £4,800 — offers options including “a heartbeat and a circulatory system” and the ability to “talk to you about soccer.”