Real Doll have been around for a long time, and they seem to be commonplace in the more open society of Europe and America.
The Daily Mail once reported on an Australian man who lived with Real Doll, and his insight into the relationship was amazing.However, some people believe that this transcends the relationship between people and things, so that the existence of Real Doll replaces the existence of a person.
These are almost always middle-aged or older men who have been stigmatized by the outside world and traditionally labeled as “villains” or “losers” by society. In recent years, however, many reports have indicated that Real Dolls are coming into the public eye as manufacturing companies are able to assemble dolls with a more realistic appearance, and the addition of AI technology promises to give them a more human-like feel.
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The Australian man named Murray has opened up to the media about his relationship with Real Doll. From this, we can see how Real Doll owners are becoming the norm and how they naturally get along with their non-traditional partners. Murray loves his doll, whom he named Noni.
“No one will ever love her as much as I do,” he said in an interview. “Whenever I come home, it’s in the house. Thank God the house is not empty! It’s not empty! It doesn’t even feel quiet,” Murray explained. He sees the doll as a companion to see him through his rocky life, just as many people have a girlfriend. “I spent over a year learning how to handle and manage dolls and how to get along with them,” Murray says.
That’s not to say dolls are bad. Murray stresses that it’s no easier to get along with a doll than it is with a natural person. “It’s an emotional connection that’s hard to explain, and in those moments, just like with people, it’s become a person,” Murray says, struggling to find the right words to make clear what he means.
Murray admits that while he is happy with his relationship with Sex Doll, having someone who can’t give love is less than ideal. But he also agrees that “the real thing is not always readily available.