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'It is like a threesome without anyone getting hurt': Meet the couple who share their bed with five life-size sex dolls

  • Dave Hockey and Shawna Bigelow have spent £20,000 on silicone dolls 
  • The couple have now bought a male doll with exchangeable private parts
  • But they both admit to getting jealous of the toys 

By CAROLINE MCGUIRE FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 1 October 2014

Dave Hockey and Shawna Bigelow have spent £20,000 on sex dolls to spice up their love life. 

The couple, who have been dating for over a year, regularly share their bed with five silicone dolls.

Dave has been a collector of the dolls for years after first buying one for a documentary in 2010.

The hobby previously had a detrimental effect on his love life, with women he met cutting off contact after they discovered his passion.

Dave Hockey (left) and his partner Shawna Bigelow (right) with their sex doll Bianca. The couple have four more sex dolls, including one male that they regularly use during sex sessions

Dave Hockey (left) and his partner Shawna Bigelow (right) with their sex doll Bianca. The couple have four more sex dolls, including one male that they regularly use during sex sessions 

Shawna is the first woman he has met through online dating sites who embraced his fetish. 

He said: 'I had been on a dating site and I had a few good candidates, but I had someone that dumped me immediately when they did a search for me on the internet and saw the documentary.

'I thought what do I have to lose and on our first date it was my dad's birthday.

'I stopped by gave my dad a card and took (Shawna) to the basement and showed her these things.

'I thought, if she leaves me then that will whittle down the choices.' 

Fortunately for Dave, Shawna took to the idea immediately.

She told This Morning: 'I was actually shocked, I knew what the dolls looked like before because I had watched it on TV, but I was interested because they are like big barbie dolls.

Dave and Shawna in bed with their sex doll Bianca. The couple enjoy using dolls in the bedroom because it is safer than having threesomes with real people

Dave and Shawna in bed with their sex doll Bianca. The couple enjoy using dolls in the bedroom because it is safer than having threesomes with real people 

Shawna (right) admits that she does sometimes get jealous of Dave (left) lavishing affection on his sex dolls, including Bianca (centre)

Shawna (right) admits that she does sometimes get jealous of Dave (left) lavishing affection on his sex dolls, including Bianca (centre) 

'So I started taking the wigs off and putting them on me. 

'I was looking down their shirts and wanting to see everything  and he (Dave) was looking at me like ?!' 

The couple now regularly include one of Dave's four female dolls while they are having sex and Shawna claims the addition to the bedroom was actually her idea. 

She admitted that although she gets jealous of the attention her partner gives to his dolls, it is easily overcome. 

She said: 'It is kind of like a threesome without anyone getting hurt. 

'You've got to realise that she is only a doll. that's really not real, because who has the perfect body? 

Dave added: 'Having a threesome with a doll is safer, there is no emotional entanglement.' 

The pair enjoy using sex dolls so much that Dave has now bought a new doll as a present for Shawna - a male called Terry. 

Dave and Shawna treat the dolls like real people - Dave gets upset when airlines insist the toys have to go in the luggage hold during a flight

Dave and Shawna treat the dolls like real people - Dave gets upset when airlines insist the toys have to go in the luggage hold during a flight 

Dave and Shawna have a range of outfits and wigs for their five sex dolls

Dave and Shawna have a range of outfits and wigs for their five sex dolls 

He said: 'Terry was a gift from me to Shawna and I presented it to her at the US Doll Lovers Meet. 

'He weighs over 100 pounds (seven stone), so no normal girl can manipulate that, so I would be the one to (makes motion with hands).' 

Terry has been tailor-made to Shawna's requirements, with the doll even having three different options for his private parts, depending on the occasion. 

She said: 'He has three different parts, so you can take them off, and have it as just as a display and so on.' 

Dave and Shawna with their sex dolls Terry (left) and Bianca (right)

Dave and Shawna with their sex dolls Terry (left) and Bianca (right) 

The couple decided to speak out about their hobby in an effort to remove the shame associated with having sex dolls. 

Dave said: 'There is a face on the community that is painted as the lonely single guy. 

'Because I did a documentary, I also did a lot of research on this and 30 per cent of people in our forum are couples and married.

'Some people do take them into the bedroom, some of them are just for photography.' 

To watch the whole interview go to itv.com/thismorning  



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Aussie Couple Rescued From Water After Using Sex Doll as a Raft

A bizarre decision to ride an inflatable doll down a flood-swollen Yarra River in Australia blew up in a woman’s face yesterday when she lost her latex playmate in a rough patch.

The incident prompted a warning from police that blow-up sex toys are "not recognized flotation devices’’.

Police and a State Emergency Services crew were called to the rescue when the woman and a man, both 19, struck trouble at Warrandyte North about 4.30 p.m. Tuesday.

They were floating down the river on two inflatable dolls and had just passed the Pound Bend Tunnel when the woman lost her toy in turbulent water.

She clung to a floating tree, calling for help while the man stayed with her. Fortunately for the pair, a passer-by called triple zero while while a kayaker took life jackets to the pair. Police and the SES crew hauled the water-logged thrillseekers to safety.

But, with Queensland in the grip of a deadly emergency and 50 rescues from flood waters around Victoria in the past week, police were not amused at the pair's "stupid" actions.

"We've got people busy with rescues and to have to divert resources to that sort of thing is not ideal," said Senior Constable Wayne Wilson

"Most rescue organisations would frown on people behaving in such a manner because there are people out there who are in genuine need of assistance," he said.

The rescued pair were checked by ambulance officers but did not require medical attention.

"The fate of the inflatable dolls is unknown," said Senior Constable Wilson.

State Patrol: Blow-up doll riding shotgun in HOV lane

A man was cited for violating HOV lane rules Wednesday morning when a state trooper discovered that the man's "passenger" was an inflatable sex doll.

A trooper was working HOV enforcement on northbound Interstate 5, just south of South 320th Street in Federal Way, around 8:30 a.m. when he spotted a vehicle that quickly pulled out of the HOV lane when it came within view of the trooper's patrol car, said Trooper Julie Startup.

"Right away he could tell it was not a live person," Startup said of the inflatable doll, which was wearing a wig.

She said it appeared the driver tried to make it look as if his "passenger" was asleep by buckling the doll into the front seat, leaning her to the right and placing a blanket over her lap.

The driver was cited and given a $124 ticket, she said.

Who's more deflated? This sex doll or the 18 Chinese police officers who 'rescued her from drowning?'

Police in China launched a major rescue operation to save a drowning woman, only to discover the victim was actually a discarded sex doll.

A crowd of around 1,000 people gathered at a riverbank in Shandong Province as 18 officers worked frantically for almost an hour to save the stricken rubber toy.

Additional medical workers and firefighters struggled to get to the scene as the drama unfolded.

The officers, who had been responding to reports of a woman in distress,  eventually managed to haul the rubber toy to safety.

According to RocketNews24.com, after realising their embarrassing mistake, the rescuers presented the doll to the crowd, who quickly covered their children’s eyes and dispersed.

A spokesman said they were forced to act because the toy was so similar in size and appearance to an adult female.

The incident happened on July 11.

Shandong Province is major manufacturing centre for sex toys.

Last month we reported how a young Chinese reporter was left mortified after mistaking a sex toy for a rare mushroom in a television report.

Villagers from Liucunbu, a rural community outside western Chinese city of Xi’an, had discovered the sex toy while drilling a new well shaft.