ROBOT sex dolls are increasingly big business and manufacturers are claiming their products are so lifelike people are even marrying them.

The UK’s first sex doll brothel opened earlier this year – though in Italy one was shut down. Here’s everything you need to know about the growing phenomenon.

What are sex robots?

Robots already build our cars, clean our houses and make our food – now manufacturers are offering life-like, moving dolls for “private fun”.

Sex robots are essentially realistic dolls that have sophisticated movements that closely mimic humans so that they can romp. 

Sex bots are hyper-realistic with features such as built-in heaters to create the feeling of body warmth.

They also have sensors to react to your touch.

One company is even developing a head that can speak, smile and sing for its robot sex dolls, while sex doll Harmony is the first to offer an “emotional connection”.

Experts say these specialised robots will start to appear in ordinary homes in the next decade, as lonely humans look for love.

What is the sex doll brothel in Paris and why have women been replaced with blow up dolls?

A sex doll brothel was opened in Paris in February 2018, for randy punters who prefer romping with plastic instead of real women.

The sex club has several rooms and customers are offered the services of a silicone model instead of a prostitute.

Pictures from inside show four different dolls of different shapes, colours and sizes dressed in skimpy lingerie while the rooms are adorned with images of other sex robots.

How much is a sex robot?

Personalised sex robots can cost tens of thousands of pounds.

However much cheaper models are also available in the growing market.

As the technology is more widely used, the price of sex robots is expected to fall increasing their use.

This parlour in London will set you back £50 for half an hour with one doll, while two hours costs £130.

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