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Sex doll 'escort' service set to open in Kamloops



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A B.C. Entrepreneur has obtained a business license for a new escort service in Kamloops – but her escorts are not human.

Kristen Dickson will soon open House of Dolls, a brothel or sort, but with realistic dolls instead of traditional employees. Og istedenfor renting a room, klienter vil være i stand til at tage deres datoer hjem.

When CTV News sat down with Dickson, the owner was joined by Portia and Chanel. Just out of their boxes, the 5'7 ", 90-pound blonde and brunette will join half a dozen other dolls in the legal business venture.

The silicone sex dolls will be available for hire for $ 350 a night. Dickson says they are real looking, and with soft skin she describes as "squishy just like a person."

Most are female, but she also has a 5'2 "male doll named Zach.

De kan bestilles online, og blir så levert og plukket opp påfølgende dag. After pickup, each doll undergoes a rigorous two-hour cleaning with anti-microbial soap.

"We scrub the whole doll down from head to toe," Dickson said.

Hun sa at hun ville åpne en brødel, men også ønsket at holde det over bord med forsikring og en licens.

"This was the only way that it could potentially happen and be legal," she said.

Det er en kontroversiell idé, med kritikere som sier at det tilskynder kunder til at behandle kvinder som objekter.

Earlier this fall, a sex doll brothel was advertised in Vancouver – a facility that is now up and running. Bella Dolls offers 30-minute sessions for $ 90, one-hour sessions for $ 120 and two hours with a mannequin for $ 240.

"At the end of the day, one can look at women as things without feelings that can be used and reused, however, they please," Vancouver Rape Relief's Maria Paredes said at the time.

Dickson's aware that not everyone will understand her business, but she said the response so far has been overwhelmingly positive. Hun admitted at first she felt shy about buying the members of her team.

"The more that I sit and look at them, and kind of get used to the idea, the more intriguing, the more amazing it is," she said.

"I just think to each one own. And do not knock it until you try it."

Dickson hopes to launch officially next week, and thinks the majority of her clients will be people traveling for business and those who are curious about trying it.

"No matter where you are, sex sells. It's a human need," she said.

With a report from CTV Vancouver's St. John Alexander

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