Coronavirus causes shortage of sex dolls

Coronavirus factories closed and production stopped, resulting in a shortage of sex dolls for customers in the UK and the US.

The majority of sex dolls around the world were produced in China, but the sex doll industry in the United Kingdom and the United States suffered a major blow due to the corona virus outbreak. Almost all Western X-rated dolls were shipped from Chinese factories, but deliveries have fallen sharply now.

“It’s crazy how realistic they look, there’s no way most people would realise just from looking at a photo that it was a real doll, in my opinion. “When you’re looking at a photograph it’s indistinguishable, but when you see it in real life, human instincts kick in and you sense something is not quite right. “I’ve heard numerous stories of people having friends over who initially say hello to their friend’s dolls before realising a few seconds later they not alive.”

The Silicone Lovers boss added that more upgrades are on their way.
More and more British men and women are secretly seeking partners with sex dolls and robots. Recently, one in ten Britons admitted that they would play with robots.

By 2020, the value of the sex toy industry will be estimated at 38 billion pounds, of which realistic sex dolls are one of its fastest growing products, costing up to 15,000 pounds per fashion. In addition to the lack of emotional intimacy, we have to say that the general consensus is that high-quality sex dolls come from well-known sex doll manufacturers, such as racyme sex doll.