Me, my wife and our sex robot
Her name is Samantha.
"She's quite an elegant kind of girl," says Arran Lee Squire, who is sales director for the company that makes her and also owns one himself.
And unlike other dolls like her, she'll resist sex if she isn't in the mood.
"If you touch her, say, on her sensitive spots on the breasts, for example, straight away, and you don't touch her hands or kiss her, she might say, 'Oh, I'm not ready for that,'" Arran says.
He says she'll even synchronize her orgasm to the user's.
But Arran emphasized that her functions go beyond the bedroom.
Samantha has a "family mode," in which she can can talk about science, animals and philosophy. She'll give you motivational quotes if you're feeling down.
At Arran's house, Samantha interacts with his two kids. And when they've gone to bed, she'll have sex with him, but only with his wife involved.
"It enhances our sexual life, myself and my wife, more than a sexual toy would."
Arran acknowledges that he and his company have drawn criticism from people who find it strange, or argue that it objectifies women.
"I know I've had negativity toward it," Arran says. "I expected that, because we are pioneering in this."
But he can imagine a not-so-distant future in which relationships with robots are common.