who.invented the sex doll

So you wanna know who invented the sex doll? It’s an interesting topic and I’m sure you’d be surprised to know. Well, let me be the one to tell you. It’s kind of wild.

It all began back in the 1950s when a sculptor by the name of Toshio Okada created a series of super realistic mannequins. This mannequin was a Asian female Japanese doll called “Dutch Wife”. According to some stories, these mannequins were allegedly used for masturbation purposes. Even though not much is known about Okada’s invention, it’s said that the mannequins were so lifelike that they “almost had the texture of real skin”. Whoa!

Fast forward to the 1960s. An Austrian sculptor named Johann Schwarzkopf, is credited with creating the world’s first sex doll. His mannequin was also called Dutch Wife, but this one was made from rubber instead of ceramics. It is said that the doll was able to move its limbs and torso. Although the doll wasn’t nearly as realistic as Okada’s version, the first commercial sex doll was born.

Several decades later, advances in technology have made the sex doll a popular item. In the late 90s, companies such as RealDoll and True Companion started to develop sex dolls with increasingly realistic features. These dolls are so life-like that you would think they were real people. Some of them even have artificial intelligence and you can have intimate conversations with them. Pretty wild, huh?

Beyond the controversy of who exactly was the first to invent the sex doll, it’s important to note that sex dolls have been around for centuries. In ancient China, men would make clay dolls as companions. The Chinese called these dolls “inchies” and they were made in a variety of shapes, sizes, and sometimes even colors. Some dolls even had an opening in their chin to facilitate oral sex.

In Europe, wooden dolls made by Dutch sailors were used to satisfy their sexual desires. As these dolls were cheaper than prostitutes, they quickly became popular. They were known as “Dutch Wives” and were considered the first precursor of modern sex dolls.

Even though sex dolls are mostly associated with male users, sex dolls research shows that women also have a preference for them. A survey conducted by a UK-based online sex doll store revealed that 35% of their female customers purchased a sex doll as a companion. 37% of those women said they found it easier to talk and share their emotions with a doll than with a real person.

So, the answer to your question is, “It depends”. Depending on who you ask, either Toshio Okada or Johann Schwarzkopf could be credited with the invention of the sex doll. Either way, it’s safe to say that sex dolls have been around for decades and have come a long way since then.

It’s difficult to say how the sex doll industry will develop in the future. But one thing is for sure, these are definitely not your grandpa’s sex dolls! With the advancements in technology, it’s likely that they will keep getting more and more realistic. It’s exciting to see where the industry will go next – who knows, maybe sex robots will be a reality one day!