Watch Out, They’re Making Sex Dolls That Can Talk Back To You Now

As much as we can all agree that Ryan Gosling‘s performance in Lars And The Real Girl was unexpectedly poignant and weirdly adorable, in real life, sex dolls are kind of gross.  Like, how sexually fulfilling can it really be for a guy to stick his penis inside an inanimate object and f-ck “her” non-existent brains out?

Regardless, even though sex dolls may be fake women, they’re a very real industry, and there’s nothing real industries like more than hopping into bed with technological innovations.

Ladies and gentleman, meet Matt McMullen, the self-described artist behind the Realdoll, a line of hyperrealistic and 100% customizable “sculpted females,” and who hopes to create “the world’s first sex robot” in the next two years.

In The New York Times‘s fascinating seven-minute-long video, we get the chance to meet Denise, a computer-animated mockup of what the real deal could be in a couple short years.  Although she may “dream about knowing the meaning of love,” it’s hard to lose sight of the programmer behind her many “dreams.”


However, for those curious people out there, be warned: if you want to take Denise home with you, you’ll have to start saving now.  Her head alone is estimated to cost $10,000 and her body will likely retail in the $60,000 ballpark.  That’s a whole lot of money to pay for pussy – and fake pussy at that.

But then again, in the words of Miley Cyrus, “as long as you’re not hurting anyone, your choices are your choices.”  Either way, consider yourself warned.

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