Brother and sister start sex robot business to ward off lockdown loneliness
A brother and sister have started selling sex robots together to keep Brits company during the lockdown.
Martyna Ochmaska, 27, and brother Arek, 44, came up with the idea three months ago and are operating from their home in Galashiels, Scotland.
They buy dolls directly from distributors in the UK, including a giant Jessica Rabbit going for £3,000, and sell them on to punters.
Some of the robots have heat receptors and are controlled via remote control.
Ms Ochmaska told the Daily Record : "The idea of dolls came from my brother, who is a visionary and looks at the world in a completely different way than all the people I know.
“This is what makes us different, that we see the world as a living being.
“Sex is the basis of life satisfaction. After all, every human wants to enjoy life.
“At a time when people have become a danger to each other through this virus, we need to take care of the basics.”
Martyna and her fiance Matt, 31, had originally been selling air purifiers and have a love for eco-friendly products.
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Her brother Arek clubbed together with the duo after pitching them his sex doll idea.
They are selected according to their preferences along with customer suggestions, and are carefully sanitised.
Ms Ochmaska continued: “Every day we are exposed to viruses, bacteria, and micro-organisms invisible to the human eye.
“Hygiene is the key, so we chose ozonation, an environmentally friendly cleaning system they can eliminate germs without the use of chemicals.
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“It is the safest method of disinfection for the environment without the use of chemicals something we are very cautious of during the pandemic.
She added: “The second stage is pleasure.”
The trio hope to sell the "safest sex dolls" in the world by using their eco-friendly cleaning system to disinfect dolls for clients.
They also hope a spike in popularity will change the stigma of sex dolls.
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She said: “ The sex doll market has always been ridiculed and harassed.
“I want to change the market so that it gives only pleasure and safety.
"I lived in Amsterdam, where sex is legal and exhibited at shows.
“Now I live in Scotland I want to bring that lifestyle here.”
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