Ezekiel Mutua urges Kenyans not to buy sex dolls: It’s like sex with a dead body


With social media a wash with excitement — especially from men — after a £4,000 (Ksh570,997) sex doll was launched that has AI technology which will enables men to attain their goals during sex-orgasm, moral cop and Kenya Film Classification Board CEO Ezekiel Mutua is calling it necrophilia.

The CEO believes having sex with the doll is the same as sleeping with a dead person. He took to social media to shame those excited of the new hyper-realistic sex doll named Samantha that has been trending for almost two weeks now.

“This Samantha thing is glorified necrophilia. There’s no difference between having sex with a doll and doing it with a dead body!” Ezekiel said.

The doll is no doubt the new craze among men. The doll responds to basic conversation.

Users have to seduce her before any action can take place. For instance, if you touch her on certain places such as her lips, hips or her hands, she will respond with statements such as “nice and gentle, I love this and you make me horny.”

The toy basically enjoys being touched. She is not only romantic but also highly responsive.

She comes complete with sensors in her face, hands, breasts and “the female genitals down below” and it is claimed she requires a more subtle approach when it comes to bedroom activities.

The sex doll developer Arran, also a dad-of-two told Daily Post in September, 2017 that he had worked “on this for four years with the creator Sergi Santos.”

“There is nothing weird about the doll, and it is to help people, not replace women.” Arran said on ITV’s The Morning show.

Take it or leave it, Kenyan men cannot hide their feelings about engaging in sex with the doll Samantha.