sex doll wish

Sex Doll Wish

So, I had this dream recently where I could buy any kind of sex doll I wanted, and trust me, it was amazing! It was like being in a toy store with no rules, and I could pick whatever I wanted without a care in the world.

I was practically overwhelmed with excitement. Every kind of material, hair color, skin color, and accessories were all there. It was amazing! But then I started to think, is it really OK to be buying sex dolls?

I mean, realistically, I know I would never actually do something like this, but even thinking about it felt like an invasion of privacy. It’s no secret that sex dolls have become increasingly popular in recent years, and while there’s nothing wrong with owning one, I just couldn’t shake the feeling that it wasn’t the right thing to do.

I started to think about all the ethical questions, like what if the doll had a mind of it’s own? What if it felt emotions? What if it was sentient? Did I have the right to buy something I can’t fully understand?

None of these thoughts made me feel any better about the dream. In the end, I decided that sex dolls are not for me. Even if I wasn’t sure what was right and wrong, I knew that it was not something I was comfortable with, so I wouldn’t be giving it a go.

But I couldn’t help but feel intrigued by the thought of other people owning sex dolls. It’s almost like the taboo has been lifted, where a few years ago this would have been seen as immoral, now it’s acceptable. Isn’t it kind of crazy how quickly opinions can change, and how quickly something can go from being wrong to being right?

I also find it strange how people can so easily change their views on certain topics, like why it’s OK for one person to have a sex doll but not OK for another. Then I kept thinking, are we really so secure about our own beliefs that anyone else having different opinion on the same matter just isn’t accepted?

This thought process really opened my eyes, and while I still don’t consider owning a sex doll as an option, I can now understand and respect the opinion of others who do. Maybe it’s just our human condition to be curious and explore new things, and dildos who am I to judge?

So, I guess my dream wasn’t so much a reflection of personal desire, but a much deeper thought process that can help us gain better understanding of what’s actually right and wrong. You can never really know what’s right for sex dolls someone else, so the best approach really is to just live and let live.

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