‘Emma the Sex Robot’ Goes on Sale for $4,500 at SiliconeWives.com

American luxury sex doll retailer ‘Silicone Wives’ has started taking online orders for a ‘sex robot’ called Emma. The robot is Chinese made and apparently the first of its kind made in that country. Unlike the infamous Roxxxy, Emma certainly looks beautiful – in fact like a luxury sex doll.
Emma the Sex Robot from Silicone Wives
The Chinese makers (Shenzhen Atall Intelligent Robot Technology Co) seem to have focused on ‘smart’ features rather than a fully fledged sex robot that resembles nothing more than a disabled mannequin. Emma apparently can move her facial features and comes with ‘touch technology’ that recognizes your sexual petting and makes pleasurable moans in response, louder as the intensity of your caressing increases.  Her body temperature can be warmed up to that of a human, and she can take part in basic conversations thanks to A.I. Just like the luxury sex dolls sold by the same company, she is made from TPE material and many features such as hair, eye, and even skin color can be chosen by the purchaser.  TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer) is relatively new material that is quickly replacing silicone for use in luxury sex dolls, and now the first sex robots. As well as being cheaper than silicone, it has a number of other advantages such as feeling (to many) softer and more realistic, and easier to warm up.

A.I. sex robot China company background

Chinese sex robot a.i. technology

Emma the first Chinese A.I sex doll robot

A number of interesting promotional videos to illustrate the capabilities of Emma. Intriguingly, they seem to be openly targeting the ‘unlucky in love’ male bachelor, a growing demographic in China due to skewed sex ratios, as well as likely the millions of single Japanese men. It will be interesting to see how this goes down in the USA and Europe, where male sex toys usually have to be marketed as improving male sexual prowess (increasing stamina etc), especially with the increasingly strident attempts by femnists like Kathleen Richardson to ban sex robots on the basis that they are replacing women. But it might meet with the approval perhaps of the growing MGTOW (Men Go Their Own Way) subculture of men who have publicly given up on dating.

“Fluently converse with Emma in English or Chinese, keep it friendly or talk dirty to her,” explains a company spokesperson. “Emma will respond to your touch all over her body, her moans will intensify as you give her more pleasure, her body will warm itself to human temperature for a lifelike experience.”

Emma offers a customizable appearance and advanced material quality, constructed of high-grade TPE that is resistant to damage, tears, and staining, while Emma’s body shapes and faces are modeled after real women to ensure the user’s experience is as realistic as possible.

An extended five-year warranty, 24/7 online tech support, and lifetime software upgrades round out Emma’s advantages.

“We are thrilled to offer one of the first sex robots available at the retail level,” Silicon Wives CEO Fraser Gusto says. “This is the beginning of an exciting new era of sex technology and we thrilled to be a part of it.”

Silicon Wives has provided customers with a unique collection of luxury sex dolls since 2015, along with quality customer service and now, sex robots.


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Xhumanist has been writing on porn/sex tech for nearly two decades, and has been predicting the rise of VR and AR porn, as well as AI porn, and their coming together to produce fully 'immersive porn', which would be indistinguishable from the real thing, and create a society of 'sexual abundance'. He identifies as a digisexual, and has been quoted in Wired Magazine.

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