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(31 People Likes) Are sex dolls having any real effect on our society?

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It honestly confuses me why sex dolls confuse people. A sex doll is not a person, it’s a lump of silicone.
If you have a lump of silicone shaped like this
or a lump of silicone shaped like this
it’s still a lump of silicone. It’s something you masturbate with. Taking silicone and pouring it into a person-shaped mold doesn’t make it any different.
I would have thought, in the days before I used Quora, that this was obvious. Apparently I was wrong.
We live, it seems, in a world where a lot of folks seem to struggle with understanding what a “person” is. They think of a silicone masturbation toy as a person, while at the same time treating human beings with a different caste or a different skin color like they aren’t people.
Isn’t that fascinating?
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(42 People Likes) Why did the South Korean soccer team put sex dolls in seats?

ke to know which genius in the Club came up with this faux pas!
South Korea football league imposes record fine on FC Seoul over sex dolls outrage
It put FC Seoul on the map - just not in a positive way. If they have any local rivals, you can bet the supporters are giving them pelt

(53 People Likes) Where would I be able to purchase an attractive guys shaved full bush of pubes and possibly chest and pit hair? I have a sex doll and want to hand-punch real hair into it. I’ve tried the fake hair but it isn’t the same.

s a "sweaty" or "animalistic" perception. Fair, or not, it's there.
The hairy chest guy was named attractive, if it's not sitting on top of a beer belly or supplementing a mullet. (See last sentence)
They mentioned the Van Gogh or Goatee chest hair as "cute", but not overtly sexy.
Surprisingly, to me, they were unanimous in liking the clean, hairle

(44 People Likes) What do you think is a crime worse than murder, and why?

to millions of victims. There are no crimes perpetrated by common criminals individuals that even compare to political or military leaders guilty of this.
I would say that a General or President guilty of systematic mass rapes of an occupied civilian population is a far worse person than your average serial killer.
There is absolutely nothing worse than these crimes.
Some of the most famous trials were the Nuremberg trials.
Nuremberg trials
After the Second World War, the London Charter of the International Military Tribunal
set down the laws and procedures by which the Nuremberg trials were to be conducted. The drafters of this document were faced with the problem of how to respond to the Holocaust
and the grave crimes committed by the Nazi regime
. A traditional understanding of war crimes gave no provision for crimes committed by a power on its own citizens. Therefore, Article 6 of the Charter was drafted to include not only traditional war crimes and crimes against peace
, but also crimes against humanity, defined as
Murder
, extermination, enslavement
, deportation
, and other inhumane
acts committed against any civilian
population, before or during the war, or persecutions on political, racial or religious grounds in execution of or in connection with any crime within the jurisd

(49 People Likes) How does inflation affect a country's currency?

used to think a lot on this topic. But just recently got it clear. Even I am a beginner to the advance level of Economics. So over here I am presenting my understanding on the topic which is backed by many readings and logic.
Constant rise in prices is termed as inflation. When the same unit of currency is able to buy lesser goods than before, we see inflation. Inflation is because of many reasons:
1. Cost-push.
2. Demand-pull.
3. Money-supply.
Currency is a legal tender of exchange (money) accepted by a particular nation of the world. Say INR is Indian currency, USD is American currency. Currency is a narrow term than money. Money has primary two functions to perform:
1. Efficient medium of exchange.
2. Store of value.

The quantity and quality of goods and services that a unit of a particular currency can buy depicts its purchasing power which is nothing but the value of currency. Money supply has to maintain a decent pace with the level of economic growth in the country. With increasing production, more money must be supplied in the economy to have the production and to avoid a cash crunch situation. But when the supply of money increases without any increase in production, it simply means that more currency comes into existence to purchase the same category quantity of goods. This increase can happen because of various reasons. One of them being the defence expenditure. This raises an obvious question:

Is having more money than required bad for the economy?
Certainly the answer is yes.
Just for a moment think that the barter system has returned. No one has trust on the paper note. This gives rise to the economic phenomena of mutual dependence of needs. Moreover everyone would think about many commodities to store the value. This would seriously hamper the number of economic activities. Moreover much of time will get wasted in finding the exact opposite match. In fact the global trade that we see today is a gift of modern money.

Linking the thought to our present paper economy. Remember money has changed its major form from coin to paper. One of the most important reason being the difficulty to carry such coins. As and when it devalued, difficulty kept Love Doll on increasing. More and more coins were needed to buy the same quality quantity of goods. So came the concept of promissory note whose refined form we see today to be the legal tender paper note. Looking to factual position of the present economies (keeping into consideration many factors), money supply has increased at a faster pace than the economic growth. As a result more papers are needed than what were needed in the past. Once again the question rises, so what is the problem to print notes of hi 168 mistress love doll brand her denomination? This printing of higher denomination itself fuels the inflation. May be the reason that since Change against higher denomination may not be sufficiently available, it further raises the inflation. Consequently we see that the value of currency goes down.

Even more consider an economy to be an open one. As the level of inflation goes up, value of currency against other currencies goes down. This is what is explained by the Purchasing Power Parity theory. Currency fluctuations happen because of two reasons:
1. Foreign currency is required for trade and investments.
2. Many speculators and traders do trade currencies on daily basis.
International economics has to be linked for any open economy to understand the value of currency.

For a better understanding refer:
1. Zimbabwean economic crisis.
2. History of money by James Robertson.
3. Rising of the USD as global currency.
4. Relationship between money supply economic growth.

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