Houston may see 1st sex doll brothel (video)   

KinkySdolls escort waiting for customers (Image Source: YouTube screen shot)

The city of Houston, Texas, is about to have a few new sex workers pop up in a legitimate business if a Canadian entrepreneur has his way. These sex workers will be on the job, 24/7 and can’t be subjected to normal health checks. That’s because the workers will be sex dolls.

Kinky S Dolls’ owner, Yural Gavriel, has operated a sex doll brothel in Toronto for at least a year and will now expand to Houston. On the company’s website, it states, “KinkySdollS is the first Adult Love Dolls Rent before you buy Service North America. We offer unique service to those who looking for companion. Our Love Dolls goal is to provide intense pleasure. We provide deep and satisfying experience both in the way we feel and move. We will allow you to fulfill all your fantasies without any limitations. We feel just like the real thing. We always fresh for you we get sanitized with Antibacterial Products after every session.”

Depending on the sex doll picked, a session can cost up to $120/hour. According to KHOU-News, the announcement of the sex doll brothel has caught city officials totally unaware. KHOU 11 legal analyst professor Gerald Treece stated that there’s little the city can do and “There’s a difference between human prostitution and artificial prostitution…And therefore, there’s no law, that I’m aware of, that prohibits this as long as it’s done to where there’s no public view of it while it’s happening.”

The owner of KinkySDolls operates his brothel like a show room where customers effectively can try out the doll and make a decision on whether to purchase it.

Click here to see a video about the company and its brothel in Canada (NSFW).

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