sex doll names

The Vibrators \u2013 Alaska 127 (LP) \u2013 Cleopatra Records StoreHey there, friend, can you believe it? People have been naming sex dolls! It began a few months ago, right as people started to become aware of the burgeoning sex doll market. I’m not sure how I feel about it. On one hand, it feels so weird to name a sex doll…. but on the other, it’s unique, and sort of empowering to see people express their individuality.

Some of the names are familiar, like curious people going for ‘Jessica’ and ‘John’. But some of them are completely wild: Neko-chan, Pankotsu-Chan, Penis Rings and Sparkle Kitty. It’s like an ever-growing buffet of bizarrely cute names. I’m sure the name game will evolve as more people become involved in the market.

I’m sure it looks very different on the part of the purchaser. Whether it’s a private collector or a business savvy entrepreneur, giving a personal name to a sex doll adds a level of intimacy that, in my opinion, can’t be replaced.

At the same time, it’s hard not to feel a little uncomfortable about the whole thing. Who are these sex dolls, really? What unique stories do they have to tell? To me, assigning a name to something inhuman adds another level of meaning to it – as if the doll were, in some small way, alive.

Then the ethical debate kicks in. I’m sure people have vastly different opinions about naming a sex doll. Some might view it as a source of empowerment, enabling people to express themselves in a new way. Others might find it regressive and perverted, maybe even disrespectful to actual, living-and-breathing people. To each their own.

I wouldn’t mind putting a name on it myself – I just haven’t decided which one is right. You know, something to give it character, while still objectively appreciating its realism and detail. I mean, if I’m investing in something like that – it better feel like it has a life of its own.

I don’t know if everyone is taking the same approach, but it’s still incredibly fascinating. People have so much creative potential, and it’s so incredible to see it come alive when it comes to controversial topics like this one.

One of the neat things about exploring this topic is that there’s no one way to do it. Naming a sex doll is such a subjective and emotional experience that it’s probably impossible to pin down a “right” way of doing it.

It’s up to the purchaser, at the end of the day, to decide what feels right. Some might go for dildos something that sounds sweet, like “Diane” or “Serena”. Other might tap into quirkier darker names, like “Kitty-Kat”, or maybe “Fluffy McFlufferton”.

Perhaps one day my sex doll will get his or her name. Until then, I’m just happy to observe and observe the creative potential of all the names people are coming up with.

In addition to the names, people are also coming up with ways to dress up and decorate the dolls. I don’t think I’ll go down this route – I’m not that into fashion and clothes – but I do appreciate it as art.

I appreciate the level of care and attention some people are giving to these dolls, including the way they put their chosen name onto the doll. Personally, I’m still mulling over a name – something stylized, something memorable – but it still needs to feel special and meaningful, in my opinion.

I find it interesting that in addition to the names, some people are also giving the sex dolls unique personalities. It’s almost like they’re trying to fashion these dolls into real-life people. Sometimes, the personalities don’t even make sense; sometimes it’s enough to just see them actually trying to conjure something unique and special.

I guess I’m still trying to wrap my head around the idea of giving sex dolls names. Even if I’m not ready to commit to one, I can still be amazed at the endless possibilities available to people in this market. It’ll be interesting to see where it all goes in a few months time – but until then, I’m content to just sit and watch the passionate debate.

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