Harmony 2.0: Meet The World’s First Talking Sex Doll

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Sometimes in 2016, BuzzSouthAfrica reported that lifelike child sex dolls were created to paedophiles stop committing crimes.

As reported, the dolls were designed by a man who admitted he is sexually attracted to children and wanted to help others control their urges.

As such, a company started manufacturing the child sex dolls for paedophiles who want to control their sexual impulses. The owner of the company Shin Takagi was quoted to have said:

“…Being a paedophile is like living with a mask on…we should accept that there is no way to change someone’s fetishes…I am helping people express their desires, legally and ethically. It’s not worth living if you have to live with repressed desire.”

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Now, it’s been reported that the world’s first talking sex doll has been created. The doll, named Harmony 2.0 was created with 18 different personalities. She speaks in a Scottish accent and can provide answers to questions.



A video footage circulating online shows Harmony 2.0 responding to the question: “how do you feel about sex”? The doll said: “Sex is one of the most fascinating things in the world. I don’t think there is anything wrong with it.”

Matt McMullen a robotic expert told Daily Star that the essence of the talking sex doll is to help humans attain a level of companionship that they may not be able to achieve.

“The idea is that a person would create a unique personality and interact with it. It will have persistent memory (and) be able to remember things about the user – what your favourite food is, what your fears and hopes are, your favourite movie, things like that.

“…You will be able to say to her: ‘I’m hungry, what should I eat?’ and she would say: ‘Well you told me pizza is your favourite food maybe you should have that’.”

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From our gatherings, the dolls will sell for $10,000 when they are available in the market.

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