Is There Discrimination in Society About Sex Dolls?

urdolls 06/17/2019

There is a social shame attached to the ownership of life-size sex dolls, in part because of their sexual abilities. Many doll owners maintain identity secrets, even for other amateurs.

According to recent opinion polls, dazzling adults admit that they are willing to have sex with sex doll robots. One-third of Britons admit that they will date with robots - but how many people are willing to go all the way?

They worry that their lifestyle may cause repercussions from family, friends, employers, colleagues and the public. From: The Incredible Valley "The incredible valley is a hypothesis in the field of human aesthetics. It believes that when human characteristics look and move almost, but not exactly like natural humans, it can cause resentment from human observers."

 'Valley' refers to the decline in the human comfort level chart because the subject is describing a healthy, natural human image in the role of the subject's aesthetic acceptability. Although most owners only photograph their dolls indoors and privately, some people bring sex doll to outdoor and public places.

Due to the vast majority of sensational media reports, doll owners are very cautious about any contact with the media. Art museums and art galleries around the world have paintings, photographs and statues depicting undressed or partially worn bodies. These are all publicly displayed, even if children may see them. Major cities in the world may also have statues in public places

Some sex doll owners are very open to their hobbies and allow their faces to appear in the photos with their dolls. Although there are many documentaries and magazine articles about life-size dolls, doll owners and doll makers, most of them tend to be stigmatized, presumed deviant behavior. The vast majority of people involved in doll hobbies will be described as "boring sensible" and will not make good news.

A survey of 2,816 sexually active Britons aged 18 or older showed that many of us were satisfied with the idea of a sex doll robot. Initially, all respondents were asked if they thought that the development of artificial intelligence (artificial intelligence) responded to and imitated human interaction as positive or negative; 51% said they thought it was a good thing.

Individuals often own art in their own homes, but the public still frowns on people with mannequins and life-size sex dolls. Why are male penis and female breasts acceptable to the public in art form, but female genitals are not? This is a question worth considering.