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A sex doll supplier claims it has seen a massive spike in demand for its models since the coronavirus lockdown.

Sex Doll Genie says the lockdown has spared a “sex doll revolution” because singletons and couples are ordering them in droves.

Co-founder and CEO, Janet Stevensen, claims popularity is down to sex dolls providing a safe alternative to dating apps including Tinder.

She also said couples are becoming increasingly experimental.

Ms Stevensen said: “We are seeing the sex doll industry go through a revolution during the COVID-19 pandemic with a huge increase in orders from both couples and male and single females.

Sex Doll Genie says it has seen a spike in demand

“Couples who have been quarantined together seem to be much more open to trying something new after possibly experimenting more during the lockdown.

“We are also seeing more single men and women placing orders for the first time; we think this is because they view solo play as a safer alternative to dating apps like Tinder right now.

“What’s interesting about this massive increase in demand is that we are also seeing a changing demographic which is very positive for the sex doll industry and speaks to changing attitudes at home.

“The traditional stereotype of loners choosing sex dolls as a last resort is totally inaccurate.

The company supplies dolls from 16 different brands

“What we are seeing now is doll use is going mainstream with men and women both enthusiastic about bringing a doll into their bedroom.”

According to the company, heterosexual couples purchasing dolls has increased 33.3 per cent year-on-year for April.

Sales from single males has increased 51.6 per cent between February and March, with an increase of 15.8 per cent among single females.

The doll store sells models from 16 different brands from around the world.





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