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(Popularity Rate: 56 ) Are voodoo dolls real or fake, and how can science explain it?

analysis and representation of Vodou (only spelt ‘voodoo’ in fiction) in popular culture has received very little attention from scholars (Murphy, 1990; Bartkowski, 1998; Hurbon, 1995).
To people in the west, Vodou is all about zombies and sticking needles into wax effigies. If there was anything other than irrational superstition fear surrounding these beliefs, I’m sure the rest of the world would have heard about it.
Haiti is well known for its Vodou practices and vampire sex doll for many years it was the country’s national religion. It is one of the only Caribbean island’s successful slave revolts in recorded history. When the slaves liberated themselves from the British and the French, they sent a disturbing message to the coloniser in which the uprising and battle for independence resulted in a considerable amount of violence against the white colonists. The slaveholders’ biggest fears came to life; their way of life meeting an abrupt and violent end. However, many of those fleeing from the Haitian Revolution were treated as though they carried a dangerous disease (Murphy, 1990: 333). Years later, the West had still not come to terms with their ‘livestock’ rising up against them. As a result, any form of expression that comes from this region was deemed to be bad and harmful for the white man and therefore it must be denounced in every way possible. This is why the concept of ‘Vodou’ maintains a negative image within media, as a fleeting warning to the West that they too may fall victim to another barbaric attack.
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(Popularity Rate: 18 ) Why don't MGTOW guys invest more into sex dolls than complain about women?

ertain degree, the basis of MGTOW is misogyny and the idea that men are owed sex by women and that they are being personally attacked for not getting it. MGTOW like to dress this up with the idea that they are being “attacked” by having to financially support women and such, but in reality it’s just plane misogyny. MGTOW vampire sex doll thinks they deserve something, they aren’t getting it, so they are going to ta

(Popularity Rate: 22 ) How many human sized silicone sex dolls are sold worldwide per year?

r> First I’m going to establish some facts and personal background before actually answering it.
I am a victim of childhood abuse, both by confirmed pedophiles and abusers who abuse children. I’ve written about this extensively and some of the writing is in my profile. I am not a pedophile or anyone who has or would ever sexually abuse children.
Pedophilia, or a sexual attraction to prepubescent children, is something that some people are, although estimates of exact percentages vary. It isn’t something someone chooses to be, it can’t be conditioned into them or out of them. It’s very likely, given what we know, that some people are simply born pedophiles and there is nothing to be done about that.
Most sexual abuse of children is not perpetrated by pedophiles, but garden variety abusers who target children because children are easy victims.
Now that we have that out of the way, let’s look at the goals here.
The problem with our society presently when it comes to pedophiles is that we simply demonize anyone who is a pedophile. They make a great punching bag because anyone who is attracted to children is obviously a bad person, right? The fact that they can’t help their attraction is completely ignored and we lump people who are pedophiles but don’t actually act on it in any way (including in viewing child pornography) in with those that do. Because of that stigma around pedophiles, there isn’t a lot of solid research on it and what research there is heavily depends on offending pedophiles as subjects. Pedophiles who don’t offend rarely take part in studies because of the stigma around being a pedophile, so we have a limited sample size.
As a society when it comes to dealing with pedophiles, the goal is and should be simply the reduction of harm to children. In other words, the goal should be whatever it takes so that less children are abused. If you look at it from that perspective, the answer when it comes to sex dolls that look like prepubescent children, is that if in the end it reduces harm to actual children, we should allow them.
As for whether or not they actually reduce harm to children, we simply don’t have enough data to say one way or the other. Evidence seems to suggest that it does make a pedophile less likely to offend if they have access to some kind of way to relieve themselves sexually like with a doll. There isn’t any evidence to suggest any kind of escalation of activity like using a doll would make someone more likely to abuse children. Similar to how massive amounts of evidence shows that people who play violent video games are actually less likely to be violent in real life and as porn use goes up people are less likely to commit sexual assault, we can extrapolate that people are less likely to act on their urges with a real child if they have some kind of ethical outlet.
The main way the pedophiles who do offend actually end up offending is by viewing and collecting child pornography. This hurts children and is wrong as well because you need to abuse real children to produce it. So having an outlet that doesn’t abuse children would make all of those pedophiles that fall into the trap of child pornography less likely to actually do that. This leads us to the logical conclusion as well, where if we could create child pornography without hurting children, would that be allowed as well? As animation gets better, this might someday be possible. These are thorny ethical issues that must be addressed.
The thing is, personally it bothers me and disgusts me. The idea of someone using a sex doll that looks like a child and watching animated porn of people having sex with children Is repulsive (and personally triggering to me). However, we have to remember that we have a goal in mind here and that goal is: fewer children molested and harmed. So if something that bothers and disgusts us but doesn’t hurt any children will make it so that less actual children are harmed, I’m all for it.
So in terms of whether or not they should be illegal I am leaning towards no. They should be allowed and we should do more scientific studies to make sure they actually do what we hope they do: make pedophiles less likely to offend. I would probably be in favor of them being prescribed by a psychiatrist or something like that, who would monitor the person using them and make sure they weren’t going to hurt a real child. However, this is outside of my wheelhouse.
Do they encourage and normalize a cultural climate that condones child molestation and pedophila? Why or why not?
It would in no way create something that condones child molestation. There is no slippery slope here. This has been brought up in countless other industries. Do movies and games that show violence condone real violence? All evidence points to no. In fact, healthy humans are able to separate fantasy from reality and that’s why we are able to enjoy fantastical things that we would never condone in reality. There is strong evidence to suggest that having these fantasies prevents people from doing immoral things in real life. This is why rape fantasies are okay, but real rape isn’t. It goes on and on.
As far as normalizing and condoning pedophilia, we need to normalize it in that we need to recognize that pedophilia or people who are pedophiles are normal and that they exist. We need to normalize their sexuality and help them not act on it. This is very important. Normalizing sexual abuse of children is not something we should ever do (and again, no evidence to suggest that child sex dolls do that). Normalizing pedophiles acknowledging their attractions and getting help to prevent them from hurting children is something we need to do.
Summary: As someone who has been sexually abused as a child, I am willing to support anything that prevents another child from being sexually abused. If that means sanctioning and providing child sex dolls a

(Popularity Rate: 78 ) Would you watch a movie about a ragtag group of perverts who try and rob a sex toy delivery truck?

ee perversion in everything.
Because…wait for it…they were “pervy” and “creepy”.
The majority weren’t funny, they were exploitative and titillating, and they were often tacked onto the narrative as a method for the filmmaker to add “spice” to what was a dull film. If they are removed from the films (which many of them are when they are shown on network television) their uselessness becomes readily apparent, as their absence would only be noticed by viewers of the original cut of the film.
And please point to a single babysitting scene that isn’t either “pervy” or “creepy” that wouldn’t be actually BE “pervy” or creepy whenever it was filmed? If you are comfortable with children being in sexually suggestive situations, then that says more about YOU and your motivations than it does any changes in society. In fact, please describe scenarios where children can be used in sexually suggestive manners that are indeed funny or appropriate.
I’ll wait.
Anyway, this shouldn’t come as a surprise, but times and tastes change. What was “funny” several decades ago is no longer viewed to be funny, and mature adults realize that. If you still find it to be humorous, that’s your decision. However you are not the arbiter of “funny” for everyone else, and so it’s just your opinion of what’s acceptable and what’s not. More importantly, narrative entertainment is a BUSINESS, and it’s the business’ decision what they are going to do and what they aren’t. If they don’t see a way to air a program without it causing them to lose sponsors or a large chunk of viewership without changing their product, then they are going to change that product.
You are certainly able to buy or rent DVDs with the scenes from films unedited. That will be YOUR media product and you can enjoy it to your heart’s content. What you really cannot do is to complain that other people don’t share your values or that businesses in which you are not a shareholder make decisions that effec

(Popularity Rate: 48 ) Have you tried a remote-controlled sex toy? Did it work?

me a light control panty works well for holding it snuggly in place. My boyfriend’s favorite is the Lush 2, simply because of its Bluetooth capability, allowing him to control it from anywhere using his phone. I did make the mistake of letting him convince me to wear it to work once. When he called to check on me later I could definitely feel his disappointment when I told him I had removed it. I simply couldn’t be seen writhing in my chair all day as he played with me. Though it is enjoyable it just doesn’t stimulate my G-Spot as well as I would like it to. It also doesn’t stimulate my clit as well either. My favorite is my/our Treediride Crown. The bulbous head of the dildo like part has a vibrator in it and once it’s in place it nestles nicely against my G-Spot. The flap like part with the little nubs all over it has its own vibrator in it. Once I pull my panties on it is in constant contact with my clit. Though it doesn’t have Big Tits Sex Dollthe Bluetooth capability the range on it is around 75-80 feet. It has 10 different vibration patterns and intensity, but my boyfriend can’t tell which pattern or intensity he’s buzzing me with. A mistake I made with this one was to wear it on a night out with 4 or 5 other couples, which included my sister. After seeing me jump 4 or 5 times from my little toy going off inside me the other girls began asking questions, and I eventually revealed my little secret. Within a matter of minutes, and unbeknownst to me, the other girls had wrangled the remote from my boyfriend. Passing it among themselves they were ruthless. Before the night was over they had totally drained the battery, and me. I was practically exhausted from the orgasms I had had and my panties were sopping wet. And all the time I thought it was my boyfriend. It was only after they saw I wasn’t responding that they surrender the remote back to my boyfriend, assuring I saw them do it. By then I was

(Popularity Rate: 11 ) What is the weirdest sex toy you have ever seen?

ow and tell sort of way, in a class at MIT called “Sex and the Institute.”
The class was created by MIT’s sex educator and a group of senior women who wanted to explore gender themes from the hit series Sex and the City. Briefly, the class watched two episodes of Sex and the City back to back which touched upon a theme. Then the sex educator asked the class to discuss the theme together and Best Sex Dollsanalyze its relevance. I asked to observe the class for an article I was working on at the time called “Red Light Education.”
I was invited into the last session on masturbation (complete with Sex and the City cake) and the sex educator gave a matter of fact talk on a series of sex toys. The Rabbit, featured in the series, was the show piece that night. She handed it to the students and they uncomfortably took it, looked at it as if they were looking at a petri dish, and passed it around. I’ll always remember how nonchalant she was about presenting all of these sex toys. After setting up the first episode for the class to watch, she’d go sit by the side of the room, get out her knitting and go to town.
I was taking notes as all of this was happening as the guy sitting in front of me passed the big purple dildo my way. I looked at, faking some form of interested expression, and quickly gave it to the guy behind me.
It will go down as one of the most surreal evening