Helping retired Brock defeats the lonely Love dolls series

urdolls 05/18/2019

Dean told Bakcroft TV: "I am very interested in what it feels like to see real and human things in the house; does this make me think I have some companies here? This is lonely after retirement. The mind nurse has been filled with a lot of "love dolls" in his home.


"I didn't go down the rabbit hole, where I talked to my sex doll, I sometimes talk to some of them, but I don't expect them to answer." Today, Dean's wall is proudly decorated with his plastic companions. Carefully photographed images - but this is not always the case.

The father of the two children who became lonely after the divorce said that after watching the fourth-channel sci-fi drama "Human", the fascination with his synthetic theme began. A retired nurse living with a 12' love doll said that talking to them and showing photos around the house made him "lonely" after the divorce.

Rhiannon told her father that she knew what she was doing before he admitted: "I may know that during the months before our conversation, I was very depressed and hurt because I thought you did this embarrassing thing. .

Share his home, mix them by makeup and wear their dolls regularly.
Dean Bevan, 59, from Ipswich shared his home with 12 plastic dolls and head. The retired nurse said they helped him heal his loneliness after divorce. Interest is attributed to giving him a new life.

Initially, the fathers of the two children decided to protect his children from his private past, fearing that it would make them feel uncomfortable. He said: 'I don't want them to feel embarrassed about this. Dean Bevan from Ipswich said that he prefers the word "love doll" rather than the word "sex doll" because the latter word feels "too limited."

Rhiannon, the 19-year-old Dean's daughter, finally saw a photo of her father's "love doll" - which inspired him to open her heart to her: "I didn't admit to the children how lonely I feel because I don't want to use it. To increase them.

Dean, 59, said Channel 4's sci-fi drama "Human" began his obsession with the silicone alert and prompted him to buy his first doll, which he called Sarah. "Ultimately it came out, I really breathed a sigh of relief and was able to discuss it with them. I am very happy that they supported what I did. "My children are great, they are very open, I am proud of them. ”

When he first started collecting dolls, Dean kept them secret, fearing that his unusual hobbies might shock his two children, but now he sets photos with curved dummies and proudly shows photos around his home. .

Mix their appearance regularly by makeup and wearing their dolls. He explained: "When I ordered Sarah, I was not sure what my thoughts were, it was just one of them - it was as it was as I saw it.

Within a few hours, I no longer regard her as one thing, but more like something else. He said: I have this, I don't want them to feel embarrassed. But when they started to spend more time away from home, it was when I got Sarah. "I thought I was smart, and they didn't know, but I have begun to carelessly and leave clues around the house."

The father of the two children who became lonely after the divorce said that after watching the fourth-channel sci-fi drama "Human", the fascination with his synthetic theme began. Sex dolls are still Dean's favorite, 30DD Sarah can be seen in Dean's home dotted "family photos" and often share his bed.

Dean said: "I am very interested in what it feels to see real and human things at home; does this make me feel that I have some companies here? This former mental health nurse admits that he and his all dolls have no body. Relationship, although he admits that he likes Sara very much and sometimes shares a bed with her.