Chinese Sex Doll Sharing Service to Cancel, Rent a Doll for Daily Fee

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Sex Doll Sharing Service to Cancel, Rent a Doll for a Daily Fee. Hygienic

CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY BLOCKS FULL BODY MASTURBATION SEX DOLL RENTALS JUST AFTER LAUNCH

I’m not sure how most people would feel about the idea of renting a sex doll for a daily fee, but evidently the idea didn’t go over too well in mainland China.  The Chinese company Taqu, known as “Touch” in English markets, had just announced a rental service for sex dolls only to have to pull out two days later.  Customers had been about to have the option to rent five different types of “fully functional” silicone sex dolls for about $46/day.  But the announcement got the wrong reaction from some Chinese government officials when the idea of sharing a rentable sex toy with innumerable strangers went viral. Sounds quite hygienic?

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CULTURAL CONSERVATIVES? OR JUST TOO MUCH OF AN ICK FACTOR TO IGNORE?

To be fair, there is a bit of an ick factor in renting a sex catcher that is available to… any and all comers.  Some of the marketing and branding was also a bit…. Juvenile, as you’ll see below, so to speak.  In a statement on the social network Weibo, Taqu seemed to relate the possibility that the upcoming 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China may have made the timing of their launch to be pretty seriously bad.  It is fair to say that a traditionally conservative government might not react well to a viral explosion about rentable sex dolls as they approach government functions.  Maybe they just didn’t want to have to talk about it?  Here’s an excerpt of Taqu’s statement:

Regrettably, Touch is temporarily suspending the operation of project “Girlfriend Sharing” and taking the Touch App’s sharing feature offline.

Because our third-party marketing staff failed to comply with related regulations, certain promotion campaigns were suspended by regulatory agencies, considering the widespread controversy, we decided to stop the project.

Ever since the project began, we’ve used the slogan ‘Shared girlfriend—your heartwarming companionship.’ We hope to introduce expensive silicon sex dolls to the public, in order to provide love and companionship …. We sincerely apologize for the negative impact caused by the project, especially its negative impact on online discourse at a time of major meetings … In the future, Touch will continue to put corporate social responsibility as a priority while actively exploring healthy and harmonious sexual lifestyle. Sex itself is not vulgar. Making more Chinese people experience the pleasure of sex is still the goal we strive for.

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TAQU PROMOTES HEALTHIER SEX LIVES IN CHINA, CLEARLY SEEING DEMAND FOR SEX DOLLS WITH UNREQUITED MARKET

It’s hard to take issue with Taqu’s stated intention of promoting a healthier sexual culture in China, where sex often remains a sensitive subject after decades of official state opinion that liberal sexual attitudes are bourgeois. Having to suspend your business at the whims of high-ranking government officials is also not exactly fair.

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On the other hand, Taqu advertised providing customers with a sexual outlet that is “totally submissive and can meet the needs of the single home boy,” which let’s just say is yet more evidence there’s no accounting for taste. That’s not even getting into the incredibly brow-furrowing concept of sharing sex toys with innumerable anonymous other customers, whether or not the company cleaned and replaced the dolls’ “lower parts” as advertised.

However, per Motherboard, company spokesperson Zheng Ying said sells a number of other services, including “sex toys and condoms, and serves as a forum for 500,000 active users.”

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