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A Sex Doll Brothel Is Coming To Toronto

A nondescript Toronto shopping plaza is set to welcome a new tenant in September that advertises itself as the first sex doll brothel in North America.

Aura Dolls, which will operate alongside a nail salon, massage parlor and dry cleaner, promises to bring its patrons “an exciting new way” to achieve their needs “without the many restrictions and limitations that a real partner may come with,” according to its website.

The company’s marketing director, Claire Lee, told City News that there will be no human staff in the brothel section and that customers are unlikely to bump into a single person during their visit.

“They put their payment down on the counter and they go straight to their room,” she said. “We don’t have staff there, just a camera. The payment is taken at the beginning, you go into the room, do your time and just leave.”

The company’s website states that it hopes each visitor can enjoy any fantasy or fetish “without judgment or shame, bringing the ultimate sexual experience.”

Customers will be charged $60 to $742 for their time with the dolls and are promised that each is thoroughly sanitized between clients.

“We try to focus on the fact that since we have this service, for men who have these dark, violent fantasies instead of putting out the urge to act aggressively, they can do something like this which is safe for everyone,” Lee said.

Toronto City Council member John Filion told CBC/Radio-Canada that people in his community were concerned about the business and that, although he has “an open mind about what sort of behaviors people want to do, … people do all sorts of things that we kind of wish they wouldn’t in a perfect world.”

While Aura Dolls might be a first for North America, the world’s first brothel showcasing silicon sex dolls opened in Germany last year. Owner Evelyn Schwarz had told the Metro that 70 percent of Bordoll’s customers returned for more and that, “for many, it is not a fetish but more of a curiosity.”

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Joel Rodgers joined RSHV News 1 in January 2018 as a reporter/journalist. Prior to joining our team, Joel spent the previous 5 years as a morning show reporter, entertainment reporter, and sports reporter for a local television station. At 6’5”, he's the tallest reporter in the history of Shreveport, but it’s more than just his height that makes this Shreveport native stand out. His editing skills combined with his love for storytelling makes for a creative and talented addition to the RSHV News 1 team. After attending and graduating from Evangel Christian Academy, he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern State University. Joel is very active in the Shreveport community having won several competitions in recent years. In 2017, he danced his way to victory in the annual Susan G. Komen event, “Dancing for the Cure." He’s also won the “Mudbug Madness” Crawfish eating contest in back-to-back years and was named the top celebrity chef at the “Louisiana Food Prize” cooking competition. If you have a story idea, news tip, or just want to say "hey" - you can do so by emailing Joel Rodgers at jrodgers@realshreveport.com

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