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(Popularity Rate: 38 ) How would ladies react if they found their significant other owns a realistic adult sex doll?

and I had to “discover” it accidentally, I’d be pretty pissed off. I don’t do “secrets” in my relationships. Secrets block paths to intimacy. I value privacy, but there’s a difference between privacy and secrecy. I talk with my partners before they become 100cm Sex Dollpartners about all manner of things, like politics, religion, feminism, and sex. They would have to know way before we ever started dating that I’m sex-positive, meaning that I believe that any and all sex that a consenting adult has with other consenting adults (including the sex they have solo, as they would be consenting to sex with themselves) is OK. I believe that any sex of that nature is good up to and including no sex at all, if that’s what the person wants for themselves. So for them to make it to the “partner” stage still *hiding* the fact that they have a sex doll … something would have to be seriously off. This would be a symptom of something much deeper going on. Now … how would I feel about my partner having a sex doll? As I said, any sex among consenting adults is just fine by me. If I were to meet someone that sex doll skeleton I was interested in a relationship with, and I learned that he had a realistic sex doll, I’d be just fine with it. In fact, I’d probably be quite curious about it, and if he was open to a little exhibitionism, I’d like to watch him masturbate with it (because it’s an inanimate object - you don’t have sex with the doll, you masturbate with it). Hell, I’d like to have 2 of them for myself. I want one of them to be an exact copy of me. It would be a huge help to me in my costuming to have a replica of me so that I could see what things looked like on myself from all angles while I’m building the costume. I’d also like to watch a partner masturbate with it, because I’m curious what I look like in certain positions and what my partners look like with me when I can’t really see them or can only see them from one angle. The other doll I want is a male doll that I could masturbate with. I don’t much care for penetrative sex toys like dildos, so I never masturbate with those things, but I do like having sex with men with penises. Sometimes, I want the feeling

(Popularity Rate: 31 ) Is it okay for women who are married to have sex toys?

ally toys at all but common items such as a hairbrush handle and an electric toothbrush. I then graduated to true sex toys when I was in college and I’ve had sex toys ever since. I’ve had them during both of my marriages and it was never a secret. In fact toys were very much a part of our sex lives. One of my favorite things is to lie back and let him do all the work while I enjoy the fruits of his labor and he needs the right tools to do the job right!
My first husband travelled often for work and would be gone sometimes for a few nights. I had no problem taking care of sex doll skeleton my desires while he was on the road. Many times I put those

(Popularity Rate: 97 ) Do blow up sex dolls promote misogyny?

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This no more promotes misogyny…
Than kicking the shit out of this guy, promotes violence and coulrophobia.

(Popularity Rate: 69 ) Is having a blow-up doll for the purpose of having sex cheating?

mine, I had defined in detail as to what constitutes cheating, relevant parts of which answer I have pasted below: [1]
Cheating, in the conventional sense means to act in contravention of commitments. A Commitment is a promise to act or abstain from acting in a certain way. The commitment entailed by relationships is in the form of exclusivity - emotional and sexual. Sexual exclusivity refers to the restriction mutually agreed upon by the partners in a relationship, w.r.t. having sex with persons other than their partner, i.e. to have "sex" exclusively with the person with whom the commitment is made. To cheat, one must have real (as opposed to imaginary/fantasy) sex with someone else.
The question which arises is - What amounts to sex? Any conduct is said to amount to "sex"
1. Which results in sexual arousal, and its subsequent manifestation as sexual energy. However, such a broad definition would result in the inclusion of activities such as watching porn, masturbating, etc. within its ambit, which would be unreasonable. Therefore, the scope of its ambit ought to be narrowed. Therefore,
2. Involvement of one or more other persons in conjunction with whom sex can be had. "Persons" refers to alive, biological human individuals. Therefore, use of dolls would not constitute cheating, nor would use of toys. Bestiality would not amount to cheating.
This leads to the next question: Is actual physical conduct a prerequisite for an act to constitute cheating? I'd be inclined to answer in the negative. Phone sex, sexting all result in the satisfaction of first two conditions. Physical contact would aggravate the case of cheating, but not be a prerequisite for its constitution. In other words, the lack of physical contact would not preclude an action from amounting to cheating.
I had used the phrase "real sex" in the introductory paragraph. What does that connote? According to me, sex had, or desired to be had, or proposed to be had, is "real" if it is not a mere fantasy or a thought process. Fantasies involving third parties amount to "sex" but are not "real" and therefore don't constitute cheating. Likewise, a desire to cheat does not constitute cheating, if such desire has not been acted upon.
What about proposals to have sex, made to third persons?
It constitutes "preparation" to have sex, An act has multiple stages. (1) Preparation (2) Attempt (3) Completion. Only if the "sex" had or desired to be had reaches the attempt stage or beyond, will it constitute cheating. (I have borrowed this from the crime model which states that a crime has different stages and becomes culpable only beyond the stage of attempt.

As I had aforepropounded, an essential requisite of cheating is the involvement of a third person, with whom sex can be had, where the word person refers to a living, biological human individual. Where such a person is not present, with whom sex can be had, there is no scope for cheating. Blow up dolls are not living biological persons, but are merely toys, which are employed for masturbatory purposes. Of course one could argue, that if an understanding has been arrived at, as between the partners in the relationship, that neither partner shall resort to using masturbatory toys to satisfy themselves, then using a blow up doll would amount to cheating. However, most reasonable partners would never truly proscribe their partners from using such toys, though some might, upon knowing of and/or the manner of their usage feel insecure, and/or inadequate. However, a feeling of insecurity or inadequacy as felt by one partner does not in itself, operate to convert an act, which is not otherwise cheating, into an act of cheating.
It is my conclusion therefore that using a blow up doll, or in case of women, a vibrator or dildo or any other such masturbatory devices, is not cheating.
[1] Alex Houston's answer to What is considered cheating in a relationship? Are these points cheating? 1. Misleading or acting disho

(Popularity Rate: 13 ) What sex toys have you used so far?

e I was having anal wid her. I met her 2–3times after that. She had a dildo as well wid her. As she liked to try these things. I bought a wearable panty vibrator for her and used it while she took me for the dinner. You should have seen her face. We had very rough sex session after that at her place. She was a punjabi. And I really love punjabi people. Because of their accent, their attitude towards life. They have a very big heart, it's just that you need to secure that place. I wanted to gift her that but she paid me for that as well with my price. She liked it very much and said “Thank you,

(Popularity Rate: 45 ) I want a sex toy but my boyfriend doesn’t want me to get one as he thinks it will be better than him. What do I do?

with my own body. I’ve found that if they want to control me in one area, then they usually try to control me in other areas, and for the most part, they tend to suck in bed on top of that.
Totally not worth my time and attention.
As for his “reason”, that it will be “better” than him … that shows such a profound ignorance for how sex works and how interpersonal relationships work that I can’t even conceive of respecting or loving someone who is that backwards. We would be such worlds apart, it would feel too much like dating an elementary school child, who has a similarly under-educated view of how things work.
I can’t love someone who isn’t at least on my same level of understanding of how things work. Not as a romantic partner, anyway. As a child, perhaps.
But someone who has a child’s understanding of how things work but an adult’s level of power and control is not just an unfortunate incompatibility, it’s a serious danger. You’d be leaving yourself vulnerable to the potential of an extremely abusive relationship. Best to get out now while you still have the power to do so.
Trust me, there are plenty of people out there who are not both supremely ignorant of sex, biology, and relationships and also massively insecure while believing that the solution to one’s insecurity is to control other


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