Back in early 2017, I wrote this:

Now let’s assume we’ve made at least a partial leap from inanimate RealDolls to something a little more lifelike so we can take this situation to the next level. Of course, men being the fantasists that they are, it was only a question of time before sexbots could be offered in “custom” finishes: apparently, for a small premium, one can order a RealDoll which is a licensed replica (replicant?) of various porn stars. Which leads to the next logical step: why not a non-porn star, such as the lovely Mila Jovovich?

Or, for that matter. celebrities such as Paris Hilton?

‘That was definitely no – I can’t even believe they came with me with that request – pretty scary.’

You’re just lucky they even asked you.  Others might not have been so polite.

Tangential thought:  It’s a good thing that the loathsome Larry Flynt is now “the late”.  I can just see a line of “Hustler Celebrity Pussy” dolls, all made using 3D printing, yours for only $49.99 at foul-bastard-dotcom.

I also wrote, in the same post:

Needless to say, this has caused a scramble among movie stars to seek legal protection from having their likenesses used for this purpose without their consent. (As I understand it, a couple of them were too late, and anyway, I foresee a booming black market for unlicensed sexbots replicating all sorts of fantasy women.)

I guess that this is one of the downsides of celebrity — especially when you go to great pains to accentuate your sexuality, e.g. Paris Hilton:


Not really my cup of tea, of course, were I to choose a sex doll;  I’d go more for the “Carol Vorderman”  model.

But you all knew that.


  1. Just give me an ol’ corn fed farm gurl, with nice child bearing hips and properly scaled cleavage, medium skin tone, shoulder length slightly wavy blonde hair.

    Now that I’ve reread that, I described what my wife was 30 years ago…..nevermind….

  2. The celebs are going to be really disappointed when the first generation of those custom sex dolls are all made to look like video game characters.

    Why settle for a whiny celebrity when you can have a Lara Croft, or one of the Overwatch gals, or even Princess Zelda?

  3. You know, if you could get the price down, I think these dolls would be very popular with women. Never mind the sex bits. Just think of how much easier they would find choosing clothes. She would step into a booth and be scanned – an x-ray scan for her bones and a surface scan for the rest – and a few days later a fully-posable perfect duplicate is delivered. Then testing a clothing combination is simply a matter of dressing your duplicate.

    1. No need for a full-body physical model for trying on different outfits. Once you’ve got the physical parameters scanned, just use a computer model. Select different outfits, have the model display in each outfit, customize as desired, then place your order. Men could use such a system too, and likely would.

  4. I would need/have more than one. Rachel Welch, Sofia Loren, Jane Seymour, and one or two just bad girls. Variety. if they are in the closet who would care.

  5. One nice feature about the Paris Hilton sex doll, it is more intelligent than the real deal.

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