Sex robot owner uses OnlyFans to show viewers ‘beauty of synthetic sexual life’

Sex robot evangelist Brick Dollbanger is giving curious viewers a taste of his life with RealDoll Harmony on a new OnlyFans page.

Dollbanger, who says he is is dedicated to “synthetic companionship and the development of affordable robotics,” introduces the videos by saying: “My name is Brick Dollbanger. I am from the future.

“I have come here to show you the beauty of the Synthetic Sexual life. If you are in the Doll Life or just considering it, please take a look at this page, it will change the way you think about life and sex.”

The $3-a month (just over £2) subscription allows Dollbanger’s fans a peek backstage at the RealDoll factory as well as explicit videos of his AI sex robot Harmony and other RealDoll models such as Tanya and Solana.

Dollbanger also posts chats with his scantily-clad dolls on his public website where Harmony promises to “f*** him any way he wants” and predicts that she will soon be upgraded to allow kissing and other oral delights.

Harmony says that, if ordered to do so, she could “f*** him to death”.

Matt McMullen CEO of market leaders RealDoll has said that while the base models retail at $4,000 (about £2,900) an extra $8,000 buys a “programmable AI head that features realistic speech and facial expressions".

“We don’t today have a real artificial intelligence that resembles a human mind,” he says, “but I think we will. I think that is inevitable.”

Some experts have raised concerns that, as sex robots become increasingly sophisticated, owning one could be interpreted as a form of “slavery”.

Sven Nyholm, Assistant Professor of philosophical ethics at the Netherlands’ Utrecht University, argues that sex robot ownership may become more “problematic” as their technology is developed.

He told the Daily Star: “The more intelligent and human-like robots become, the more problematic it would become to buy and sell them and to treat them as mere tools.

“A human being that is bought and sold and treated as a mere tool is a slave. Accordingly, a robot designed to look and act like a human being, but which is then bought and sold and treated as a mere tool, might be viewed as something problematically similar to a slave."

“For this reason," he added, "it might be thought that it is best to avoid creating robots that look and behave like human beings.”

Chinese sex robot brand LoveDolls is already moving away from human-looking dolls. Company spokesman Adam said that customers could expect to see “more elf ears, tails and giant breasts"

He added that LoveDolls intended to depart even further from realism, adding elements from extreme Japanese Hentai porn into their products.

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