Sex dolls are increasingly popular in today’s culture. From inexpensive plastic dolls that are no more than plastic recepticles for an anxious penis, to incredibly expensive medical-grade silicone dolls that look and feel almost exactly like the real thing, sex dolls have taken their place among the most sought-after sex-toys on the market.
You’re not going to find anything that really looks like a celebrity or porn star if you’re buying a cheap toy just to get your rocks off. On the other hand, there are a growing number of high-quality sex dolls that look just like popular actresses, singers and porn stars.
For obvious reasons, porn star sex dolls are among the best-selling of these high-end products. Men watch their favorite adult stars regularly on websites, on tube sites, or even on DVDs (for those still living in the past).
That popularity obviously leads manufacturers to try and make as many different adult star sex dollars available to the public, at prices higher than you have to pay for an “ordinary” doll.
But are these dolls legit? Do the actresses themselves know about them?
The answer, like with most things in life: it depends.
In some cases, there are porn star sex dolls that are legitimate, made with the knowledge and approval of the porn stars. Two of the best-known and most popular are the Asa Akira doll, the most expensive sex doll in the world, and the Jessica Drake doll.
Each has been produced with the participation of the actresses, and it’s not just the dolls’ looks that almost exactly replicate the porn stars; molds are made of their internal organs, from labia to vagina. These RealDolls produced in conjunction with the adult film company Wicked can cost well over $10,000 apiece. Are they worth it? It depends how in love you are with the actresses – who not incidentally also get a big cut of the profits from the sale of their dolls.
There are many also plenty of knockoff porn star dolls. These will cost a lot less, and depending on the manufacturer, may look a lot like your favorite adult star – or may just have the same “name.” In these cases, the stars have no input into the design, manufacture or sale of the dolls, make no money from them, and in some cases have sued to stop companies from making them.
Just like knockoff designer purses, though, as soon as one manufacturer is shut down another ten pop up, so don’t expect there to be any shortage of porn star sex dolls anytime soon.