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I don't know about you,bit disturbing, and degrating, topic, " Would you buy a Sex Doll".... or in a cleaner and true name, "A real doll"??. This isn't new just a fad thats within a certain group of men, who seems to have sheltered, mental issues, self esteem issues, way to much money... etc. The average doll without customized features offered later in ordering one is going for $2.500 to $4,000. From what Ive seen, these dolls are a piece of art, and being purchased, mostly in the UK and Overseas in Asia. Docs have been filmed on these "love dolls" and from what I've seen makes these manufacturer companies of these dolls a good profit. Now that its 2016 I wonder if the dolls are still in demand? Answer says, In a New York times article: It might sound like the plot of a 1980s sci-fi film - but sex robots may actually be the biggest tech trend of 2016. The popularity of the artificially human machines has grown directly in tandem with their realism. And not only will people be having intimate relations with them - they may even fall in love with them too. Hmmm, they are even becoming robotic! For full details on this feed, please click on the link below, you'll be more fascinated with take!
I thought that was a real person at first
LOL! In one year, it's going to be the year that the 1987 movie Cherry 2000 was set in. Here's the description. "In the post-apocalyptic California of 2017, Sam Treadwell (David Andrews) manages a recycling plant. His companion is Cherry 2000 (Pamela Gidley), a lifelike robot who caters to his every need. When Cherry expires, Treadwell refuses to settle for a newer, less attractive robot. Salvaging the chip containing her personality, he hires tracker E. Johnson (Melanie Griffith) to lead him through the lawless desert zone, where a replacement Cherry 2000 model can be found."
I find this a bit bizarre, but who am I to judge? As long as they're not hurting anyone, I suppose...
My man pieces would not risk it. I fear a FNAF incident happening.
Oh my god. Well, thank God there's no "lawless desert zone" to be found around here lol. And I guess it's nice that we're still pre-apocalyptic. That's a long way to go for love... Idk, I tend to wonder like @nicolejb on this one and ask myself how our relationship with objects affects our relationships with humans. Even if sex robots become the new norm, would that be bad for our ability to connect with the people we love??
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