10 things Nigerian women should know about sex dolls

Sex dolls are types of sex toys with the size and shape of a sexual partner that help during masturbation. They may consist of an entire body with face, or just a head, pelvis or partial body, with the accessories that include vagina, anus, mouth, and penis for sexual stimulation.

Below are 10 things Nigerian women should know about sex dolls.

*They are also called love dolls or blowup dolls. Some of the parts vibrate and may be removable or interchangeable.

*Some of the first sex dolls were invented by Dutch sailors in the seventeenth century who would be isolated at sea during long voyages.

* During the Rangaku period, the Dutch sold some of these dolls to Japanese people and the term “Dutch wives” is still sometimes used in Japan to refer to sex dolls.

*Founder of the company Trottla, Shin Takagi manufactures lifelike child sex dolls in the belief that doing so provides a safe and legal outlet for men expressing paedophilic desires.

*Cheaper sex dolls are inflatable. They use air and cost less than $75. They have an artificial and typically crudely designed vagina or penis. Many users overlook their shortcomings because they are affordable.

A sex doll

*Some expensive sex dolls which cost approximately $1,200 and above are usually made from silicone (usually above $3,000 or thermoplastic elastomer that cost below $3,000).

*Dolls made of silicone and thermoplastic elastomer have real life faces and bodies modeled on real people. They also come with realistic skin material and with even real hair.

*Sex dolls weigh a lot. Synthetic dolls can weigh as much as 53 kg.

*A man in Michigan, United States sees his doll ‘Davecat’ as his wife even though they are not legally married.

*In Japan, common novelty love dolls include overweight, elderly and alien dolls. Even though they are used for pleasure, they are given as gag gifts also.

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