Why do people like sex dolls

The sex doll industry has taken off in the past decade because of the need to sleep on inanimate objects rather than real women. Sex dolls are getting better and more realistic, and men around the world are replacing dead wives or girlfriends with them.

In May 2015, vanity fair spoke to David Mills, a prominent atheist activist and owner of RealDoll, the nation’s leading maker of sex dolls that look like real people. “I like women, but I don’t like people around me,” Mills told vanity fair.

The mirror reported in 2014 that Orient Industry, another maker of sex dolls, believed that anyone who bought its products “would no longer need any girlfriends”. Their life-size dolls are currently on display in Tokyo, and they are stunning in their beauty. “Their main customers are not only collectors who like to live with them, but also widowers,” the report said.

In other words, women’s mouths, hands, breasts, legs and buttocks are moulded and copied, and then sold to customers who listen to advertisements that say these things are better than real people. But is it really good to replace humans with sex dolls?

Dr. Peter Kanaris is director of Kanaris psychological services in New York. In our interview, Kanaris explained that sex with dolls is different from sex with humans because “there is no emotional or interpersonal feedback.”

Simulated sex dolls “provide an opportunity to map emotions,” Kanaris said. Having sex with inanimate objects is like “psychosexuality”, limited only by imagination. Kanaris emphasized the importance of sex and intimacy to human beings. “Aside from the basic needs of eating, drinking and breathing, sexual needs and relationships are of secondary importance,” he said.

Although some would say the best to follow a thought will establish the contact person to talk with you, but there are a lot of psychological reasons Kanaris said would lead to a person like fuck rubber, including: “lack of interpersonal, shy or social anxiety, lack of social experience and consciousness, or have a don’t want to make certain sex partner.”

“Sex and intimacy play an important role in one’s life,” Kanaris said. He explained that social isolation can have devastating effects on people’s mental and physical health as they age. For those “who don’t have a life partner,” he said, there might be a benefit to emulating a sex doll.

He said: “people who have lost a partner as a result of death, divorce or break-up, and who have difficulty getting a partner because of their disability, can benefit from dolls. This opportunity for sexual expression and the feeling of not being alone can alleviate and alleviate feelings of loneliness.”

But completely replacing real people with rubber toys is not a good idea — at least not yet. “Some people may be at risk of developing a long-term relationship with a sex doll in order to avoid real socializing,” Kanaris said. They insulate themselves from rich and complete real relationships. But I believe that in the future, with the development of technology and more realistic interactions between humans and robots, the answer to that question will be much more complicated.”