Sex robot dubbed Frigid Farrah because it allows randy pervs to simulate RAPE must be banned, campaigner says

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SEX robots that allow men to enjoy “raping” them should be banned, a lawyer and campaigner has said.

Kate Parker warned of the “uniquely sinister” technology of sex dolls made by robotics companies and slammed them for “normalising sexual violence”.

 The Roxxxy model launched by True Companion can be programmed to resist advances

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The Roxxxy model launched by True Companion can be programmed to resist advances
 Harmony has been created by American manufacturer Real Dolls

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Harmony has been created by American manufacturer Real Dolls
 Real Dolls have fully functioning genitals and can talk

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Real Dolls have fully functioning genitals and can talk
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The Roxxxy sex dolls launched by True Companion, a US-based company, are made with a resistance setting to resist sexual advances.

Current designs – often modelled on porn stars – are realistic, silicone-skinned sex dolls that can speak, use facial recognition, can take up to 50 sexual positions, fake orgasm and even “lurch backwards and forwards”.

One of its lifelike dolls is Frigid Farrah, described as “reserved and shy” on the company’s website.

It states if you touch her “in a private area, more than likely, she will not be to appreciative of your advance”.

Writing for law blog, 5 Paper Buildings, Ms Parker, founder of the Schools Consent Project, a charity that sends lawyers to teach pupils about consent, said: “The fact that she is not a thinking, feeling human does not make her existence unproblematic. The robots normalise sexual violence.

“They service and provide a distraction for criminal impulses that should probably be subject to psychiatric intervention.”

 Douglas Hines of TrueCompanion with a Roxxxy sex doll

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Douglas Hines of TrueCompanion with a Roxxxy sex doll
Makers of Harmony – the robot sex doll – show off her lifelike qualities

She said the technology promoted “criminal sexual behaviour” and “should be outlawed accordingly”.

The campaigner added: “She added: Some say these robots reinforce the objectification of women and the commodification of sex; others, that they allow otherwise isolated individuals to experience intimacy.”

There are already adult sex robot brothels in Asia and several expected to come to Europe.

The sex robot industry is worth an estimated £23million.

Customers pay up to £12,000 for love machines with a variety of features including functioning G-Spots and the ability to talk.

Some experts have made the hugely controversial suggestion that sex robots should be used in therapy, believing they may be helpful for prevention of violent assault, rape and paedophilia.

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