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(79 People Likes) My sixteen-year-old daughter has recently started collecting Barbies. My husband thinks it's ridiculous, and it causes our six-year-old to be jealous. Should we ask her to stop buying them?

bbie To Star As Mattel’s Live-Action Barbie
So expect barbie to be a big trending topic soon.
Secondly… The Designer's Doll - 09/01/2009
And lastly BARBIE ISN'T DRUGS, SEX, OR POSTING STUPID VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE THAT WILL HAUNT HER LONG INTO ADULTHOOD. So back off and count yourself lucky. In fact go hug your kid and thank her for being one of the good eggs.
Not to mention the money to be made!!!
Think the only barbie worth money is the original or really old ones? Think again. In a 2018 study done by 24/7 Wall St.
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The most expensive barbies might be in your toybox right now. With some of the more recent years seeing a market for designer collaboration. I personally have been looking for the Moschino barbie doll since it sold out a few years ago.
Barbie is one of the most popular toys ever, selling about 1 billion dolls since debuting in 1959. And even though Barbies have been purchased by millions of people from 150 countries, some versions of the doll are more valuable than others.
There are legions of collectors searching the internet and other places for rare editions of the doll. What makes some Barbies more valuable than others are the doll’s unique accessories; the physical condition of the item; variations on Barbie’s career outfits; limited edition dolls; versions found only in some countries; and if the box is unopened.
Collecting rare and valuable Barbies has become more than a cottage industry, so with that in mind, 24/7 Wall St. compiled a list of the most valuable Barbies using the latest available .
*No one would have predicted such zealous collecting of the toy back in 1959, when Barbie debuted at the New York Toy Fair. That year, the doll cost $3. Today, a mint condition Barbie from 1959, wearing a black and white bathing suit and clutching sunglasses, can garner more than $20,000 on eBay.
*FOOTNOTE #1 SEE BOTTOM OF PAGE*
Barbie made an appeal to history aficionados in 2003 by taking a turn as Marie Antoinette and decked out in a flowing gown. That Barbie was being auctioned for as much as $2,000 on eBay. Themes tied to television shows such as “I Love Lucy” also are popular with collectors.
Several one-of-a-kind Barbies have sold for exorbitantly high prices, outshining dolls even on this list. The most expensive version of the doll was sold for $302,500 in 2010. That doll was designed to raise money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Another doll sold for $85,000 in 1999. As the introduction to designer dolls, that Barbie was clad in a gold bikini top and a belt featuring 160 diamonds.
To identify the 50 most valuable Barbie dolls, 24/7 Wall St. reviewed Barbie dolls currently for sale on eBay. Price data was obtained on March 5, 6, and 7. To be considered, dolls needed to have maintained similar price ranges over that period. The year each Barbie was released came from Mattel. Release dates not listed by the dollmaker were obtained from news archives, collector’s blogs, and other sources. The rare qualities of these dolls were listed on eBay, and often among the key drivers of each doll’s price. We only considered the most expensive doll within a given model. We included identical models only when accessories, certain rare qualities, or the context of a special release meaningfully distinguished duplicates.
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50. Midnight Tuxedo Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $995
> Year released: 2001
> Rare qualities: Never removed from box
49. Pink Splendor Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $999
> Year released: 1996
> Rare qualities: Limited Edition
48. Carol Spencer Holiday Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $999
> Year released: 1994
> Rare qualities: Prototype
47. The Glory of the 80’s Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,000
> Year released: 2017
> Rare qualities: 1 of 100 in existence, never removed from box
46. Dahlia Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,000
> Year released: 2006
> Rare qualities: Never removed from box
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45. Lucky Charm Ken Doll
> Estimated value: $1,000
> Year released: 2017
> Rare qualities: 1 of 500 in existence, never removed from box
44. “Sales Resistance!” I Love Lucy Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,050
> Year released: 2004
> Rare qualities: N/A
43. Empress Josephine Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,099
> Year released: 2005
> Rare qualities: Never removed from box
42. Chataine Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,150
> Year released: 2002
> Rare qualities: Limited Edition
41. Debut Silkstone Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,150
> Year released: 2009
> Rare qualities: Exclusive Paris Convention
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40. La Belle Epoque Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,395
> Year released: 2012
> Rare qualities: Exclusive Paris Convention, signed by Robert Best
39. Calvin Klein Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,414
> Year released: 1996
> Rare qualities: Good condition
38. Escada Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,414
> Year released: 1996
> Rare qualities: Limited edition, made in Japan
37. Trace of Lace Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,475
> Year released: 2004
> Rare qualities: Platinum Label
36. Coach Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,500
> Year released: 2013
> Rare qualities: Plus 3 genuine coach bags
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35. Happy Holidays Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,500
> Year released: 1994
> Rare qualities: Special edition, signed by Ruth Handler
34. Barbie Doll As Medusa
> Estimated value: $1,500
> Year released: 2008
> Rare qualities: Never removed from box
33. Faerie Queen Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,500
> Year released: 2004
> Rare qualities: Limited edition, platinum label
32. Summer Daydreams Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,514
> Year released: 1997
> Rare qualities: Never removed from box
31. Princess of the Korean Court Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,514
> Year released: 2005
> Rare qualities: 25th Anniversary
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30. Monique Lhuillier Bride Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,600
> Year released: 2006
> Rare qualities: Signed by Monique Lhuillier
29. Violette Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $1,750
> Year released: 2005
> Rare qualities: Platinum Edition
28. Sparkle Beach Barbie
> Estimated value: $1,999
> Year released: 1995
> Rare qualities: New in box
27. Marie Antoinette Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,000
> Year released: 2003
> Rare qualities: Gold label, never removed from box
26. “I Love Lucy” Starring Lucy as Santa in “The Christmas Show” Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,000
> Year released: 2007
> Rare qualities: Platinum Edition
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25. Winter Glamour White Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,000
> Year released: 2006
> Rare qualities: 1 of 15 in existence
24. Gold Jubilee Prototype Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,000
> Year released: 1994
> Rare qualities: Sample sticker on box
23. Pretty in Plaid BArbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,000
> Year released: 1998
> Rare qualities: Includes prototype, never removed from box
22. Chicago Cubs Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,000
> Year released: 2000
> Rare qualities: Limited edition, never removed from box
21. Cher Ringmaster Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,000
> Year released: 2007
> Rare qualities: Platinum Label, never removed from box
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20. Galleries Lafayette Blonde Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,000
> Year released: 1999
> Rare qualities: Original box
19. NASCAR Official #94 Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,293
> Year released: 1999
> Rare qualities: Never removed from box
18. Summer Splendor Enchanted Seasons Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,495
> Year released: 1996
> Rare qualities: Limited Edition
17. Designer Dress Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,500
> Year released: 2009
> Rare qualities: Platinum Label, Original box
16. American Girl Barbie
> Estimated value: $2,500
> Year released: 1966
> Rare qualities: European exclusive, near mint condition
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15. Walking Jamie Furry Friends Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,500
> Year released: 1970
> Rare qualities: Nearly mint condition
14. Hair Happenin’s Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,500
> Year released: 1971
> Rare qualities: Never removed from box
13. A Date with Barbie in Atlanta Doll
> Estimated value: $2,500
> Year released: 1998
> Rare qualities: White dress, 1 of 25 in existence
12. City Smart Silkstone Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,995
> Year released: 2003
> Rare qualities: 1 of 600 in existence
11. Blonde Bubble Cut Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $2,999
> Year released: 1962
> Rare qualities: N/A
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10. Pink Jubilee Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $3,000
> Year released: 1989
> Rare qualities: Limited Edition, 30th anniversary
9. Bild Lilli Hausser Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $3,200
> Year released: 1964
> Rare qualities: Near mint condition
8. Career Girl Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $3,495
> Year released: N/A
> Rare qualities: Japanese exclusive
7. American Girl Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $3,500
> Year released: 1966
> Rare qualities: Mint condition, original box
6. Lively Barbie Figure Fashion Dress-up Doll
> Estimated value: $3,838
> Year released: N/A
> Rare qualities: N/A
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5. Aqua Queen of the Prom Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $5,000
> Year released: 2001
> Rare qualities: 1 of 30 in existence
4. Karl Lagerfeld Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $6,000
> Year released: 2014
> Rare qualities: Platinum Label, original shipper box
3. #4 Blonde Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $8,999
> Year released: 1960
> Rare qualities: Original wrist tag
2. Barbie Major Matt Mason
> Estimated value: $15,000
> Year released: 1967
> Rare qualities: Original store display, “Funny Face” contest
1. #1 Blonde Barbie Doll
> Estimated value: $23,999
> Year released: 1959
> Rare qualities: Collectors Edition, mint condition
Source: Sandi Holder's Doll Attic
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In most cases, turning a profit in the world of doll collecting requires a great deal of research and patience. But a very recent example shows that trend spotting can be an exception to the rule.
In October of 2011, Mattel released tokidoki Barbie
, complete with a pink bob hairdo, tattoos and cactus friend, Bastardino. The dolls retailed for $50 and are, as of this writing, listed on Online Shopping for Electronics, Apparel, Computers, Books, DVDs more
starting at $400 and going for as much as $1,590
. That kind of escalation in value is rare in a market where vintage or antique is typically the way to go.
“There was a limited amount made,” said Sandi Holder, author of Barbie, A Rare Beauty and owner of the Doll Attic in Union City, Calif. “It was in the news and it became controversial because mothers disapproved. More media attention drove up the demand.”
Typically, though, the money to be made collecting Barbie dolls revolves around acquiring vintage dolls that are, optimally, still in the box with all their accessories, including the stand. Barbie was launched in 1959 and that original version, where she’s wearing a black-and-white striped bathing suit, can fetch between $7,000 and $27,000 depending upon the condition.
The latter price tag is a Guinness record set in May 2006 for “highest price paid for a Barbie doll in an auction” and is held by Holder’s store. During her last auction, in November 2011, a doll sold for a whopping $19,000.
“The Barbie market and values are strong,” Holder said.
There are two camps in the collecting world: Never Removed From Box (NRFB) and De-Boxed. For investment purposes, NRFB is ideal, but many collectors prefer to enjoy the dolls by displaying them out of the box.
Source: Sandi Holder's Doll Attic
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“I do it for fun and love of the hobby,” Holder said. “I play Santa Claus 365 days a year. It lets people recreate childhood memories, especially in the dismal days we have right now.”
For the purposes of investing, Holder recommends researching and consulting with someone who knows the business before making a significant purchase. In Barbie collecting, for example, dolls from the 1970s — a.k.a. “the Malibu era” — can sell for around $200. It is also important to keep up with what special editions catch hold and which ones don’t. For instance, the artist series — in which dolls are dressed in clothes resembling the art of masters like Van Gogh and Renoir — is not as coveted as, say, Holiday Barbie, a tradition that began in 1988; only a limited number of each are sold annually.
“It’s all about demand and what people will want to pay,” Holder said.
That’s one universal truth in doll collecting. Another is that whether it’s Barbie, Madame Alexander, Russian or papier mache, words like “pristine” or “perfect” will drive up the value. At Patricia Vaillancourt’s eBay store called Antique Dolls
, the starting bid on a Jumeau — 19th century French doll made of bisque — in “perfect” condition is $6,200. A rare glass-eyed China doll, also described as “perfect,” begins at $3,500.
Denise Van Patten, a long-time doll collector and dealer of modern, vintage and antique dolls
whose online home base is http://About.com
, recommends that an aspiring collector explore the answers to these questions to get started: Are you interested in antique, vintage or modern? Are you interested in a narrow time period or one particular material? Do you want to collect based on a theme or variations of one doll?
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“Whether you are new to doll collecting or have been doll collecting for years, you need to have a good grasp of doll collecting basics,” Van Patten writes. “The basics you’ll need range from how to value and identify your dolls, to how to protect and preserve your dolls, to how to photograph your dolls and get the best prices for them on eBay.”
Van Patten is the author of The Official Price Guide To Dolls, but the resource material out there, in print and on the web, is vast and constantly updated.
Whether trying to assess the value of a doll found in an old attic or if it’s worth buying the latest model of Barbie, Holder said it’s worth consulting an expert. She felt it particularly gratifying to be able to give a retired couple $27,000 for a doll they brought to have appraised. They were astounded.
“They set out to buy a motor home and see the world,” Holder said. “It was a very beautiful story."
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HISTORICAL
Barbie’s full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts.
Barbie was named after Ruth Handler’s daughter, Barbara. Her son was Kenneth.
She is from (fictional) Willows, Wisconsin where she attended High School.
Barbie doll’s official birthday is March 9, 1959 – the exact date she was unveiled to the toy industry during New York Toy Fair.
Barbie first appeared in the now-famous black-and-white striped swimsuit.
The first Barbie doll was sold for $3.
Barbie’s first commercial aired during Mikey Mouse Club in 1959.
Barbie doll’s signature color is Barbie™ Pink (PMS 219).
Barbie doll stands 11.5 inches tall.
The best-selling Barbie doll ever was 1992 Totally Hair™ doll, with hair from the top of her head to her toes.
In 1968, the first black doll was introduced to the line.
CAREERS
Barbie doll has had over 200 inspirational careers including astronaut, robotics engineer, journalist and entrepreneur to name a few.
Barbie traveled into space in 1965, four years before man walked on the moon
Although she has never won an election, Barbie® has run for president 6 times since 1992. In 2016, she ran on the first all-female ticket.
In the 1970s, Barbie saved lives in the operating room as a Surgeon, at a time when few women were applying to medical school.
In the 1980s she took to the boardroom as “Day to Night” CEO Barbie, just as women began to break into the C-suite.
In the 1990s, Barbie ran for President, before any female candidate ever made it onto the presidential ballot.
In the 2000s, with only 24% of today’s STEM careers held by women, Barbie has been a Computer Engineer, Video Game Developer, Mars Explorer and Robotics Engineer, just to name a few.
ICON
It takes a professional staff of top fashion designers, makeup artists and the most elite couturiers – more than 100 people in all – to create a Barbie doll and her fashions.
Barbie® has been a muse to many artists over the past six decades – including Andy Warhol and Peter Max.
Twiggy was the first celebrity to have a doll in her likeness.
Oscar de la Renta was the first designer collaboration in the 1980s.
The #1 honor from the Barbie brand is to be immortalized in plastic. The brand has honored role models from ages 6-99.
In 2014, Jeremy Scott’s Moschino show was inspired by Barbie, complete with her dream wardrobe.
In 1997, the hit song “Barbie Girl” by Aqua came on the scene.
Barbie has fans of all ages. The National Barbie Doll Collectors Convention has been driven by doll clubs across the country for over 25 years.
POWER
Barbie is the most popular fashion doll ever produced and the No. 1 fashion doll property in the US.
Barbie’s DreamHouse is sold every 2 minutes and was first introduced in 1962.
Barbie is the most diverse fashion doll on the market.
There are more than 100 dolls sold every minute, with a total of 58 million sold annually.
Barbie is sold in 150 countries worldwide.
Barbie has products in 45 categories, including food, fitness and clothing.
The brand has over 99% brand awareness globally.
Barbie’s YouTube channel has over 5 million subscribers, making Barbie the #1 girls brand on YouTube
Barbie has a powerful social media presence with over 14 million fans on Facebook, 263,000 followers on Twitter and over 1.2 million followers on Instagram (@Barbie).
CONTENT
Barbie has over 30 entertainment titles released to date.
More than 151 million minutes of content has been watched on Barbie’s YouTube.
Barbie has a powerful social media presence with over 14 million fans on Facebook, 263,000 followers on Twitter and over 1.2 million followers on Instagram (@Barbie).
@barbiestyle launched in 2014 and quickly reached 1.9 million followers – it is one of the fastest growing fashion Instagram channels to date.
In 2015, Barbie launched her first video blog (vlog) on YouTube which propelled the channel to be the #1 girls brand on YouTube.
There is over 18 billion minutes of Barbie user generated content each year.
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(85 People Likes) Can money really buy happiness? If yes, then how and if not, then what can bring happiness?

for short bursts of time.
If you think about it, it’s really the spending of money that creates that momentary happiness. I found I had to keep buying things to feel good.
And that’s the thing: With money (even a lot) I only experienced bursts of happiness.
Then the excitement of the new thing would fade, or the experience I’d bought would end, and I’d be left facing my life and what I’d been avoiding by spending my money. Nothing had really changed.
I was the same person, with most of the same issues and challenges.
For me, buying one thing after another in order to feel better about life or about myself is no way to live! It feels very empty and pointless after a while.
So…what can bring happiness?
My answer may not be what you want to hear. If so, I’m sorry for that.
But here’s the good news…
We don’t have to achieve anything or attain anything—especially money—before we can feel genuine, deep happiness!
In truth, our happiness is always available to us, no matter what our circumstances. All we need to do is want to feel that way and then know how to access it.
We can let the happiness that is in us come out. Today. Even right now. We can get in touch with more of our naturally “happy state” by using a couple of tools (below) and also adding a couple of other things.
So, here are four suggestions. I’d put these things at the top of my list for anyone who wants to start feeling happier and be able to access their happiness anytime they want…
Being grateful for who you are and what you have now. We make ourselves unhappy by constantly comparing what we have with what we want. Or who we are with who we want to be. That comparison keeps us locked in our current situation and current state. We benefit by learning to be grateful for what is right now.
Spend some time breathing deeply and feeling grateful for all the wonderful experiences you’ve had. And the friends you’ve made. And the many small things about you that you like now. And what you possess that you’re grateful for.
Breathe and be grateful for being alive. For the sunset. For the air you breathe. For the food you have. Breathe and feel your appreciation for those things and anything else that comes to mind.
In each case, really feel your gratitude. Feel how grateful you are.
Being more in the moment. Instead of focusing on the future (and worrying about it or yearning for it being better) we benefit from living in this moment more fully. Life happens in this moment. And now this moment. And now this moment. It doesn't happen in the future or the past. Only this moment is real. And so happiness is much more easily felt when we settle in in this moment and just be with it.
Take a deep breath or two and let yourself relax every muscle. Repeat. Repeat again.
Now feel the difference. Your mind has probably calmed down a bit. You’re more centered. You’re more aware and alert. That is being more present.
(If that is not your experience as you do that, don’t give up. Practice it until you feel those things. Every moment of practice is truly worth it!)
When you’re very present life feels complete and good. You feel complete and good (happy). It’s almost magical how it can feel.
Stop making yourself do things because you think you “should” and do more of what you love as often as you can.
Shoulds are traps. We think they’ll get us where we want to go but usually they are leading us away from a better, shorter course to our happiness.
How many things do you believe your must or should do feel good? Which of those make you happy when you do them? Probably very few.
See if you can open more to trusting yourself to find your own way without those shoulds. Get present (see above) and ask yourself “What would I like?” Sure, it might take work and time to get there—most things of value do—but if you are passionate about what you want you’ll have a strong desire to succeed and you’re a lot more likely to get there than by doing things you think you should.
Don’t try to make it on your own. Have a few close relationships in which you feel loved and safe. Invite people you like into your life, including parents. Find friends whom you have special relationships with and nurture those. Be willing to feel your “like” or love for those people. They will be part of your network and will support you as

(49 People Likes) Although it may appear emotionally or morally revolting to many people, legally speaking, should it be forbidden to manufacture or own sex dolls depicting children?

f thought to action in paraphilic mental disorder provides an argument for controlling readily available depictions of children as sex objects.
Experience induces neural connections in the brain (in the case of paraphilia such as pedophilia [preadolescents are the primary sex object] , commonly involving abuse or pre-sexualization), and such connections are increased and strengthened through repeated experience, or even repeated thought. Thought evolves to fantasy (sexual fantasy leads to masturbation at this point or later), which evolves to obsession, which evolves to a compulsion, which evolves to a desire to act out the behavior, which evolves to placing oneself in a situation wherein there is the opportunity increase the behavior (e.g., pedophilia obsessed teachers), which leads to taking advantage of an opportunity, which generally leads to deviant behavior.
This is not true in all cases, however the potential exists. The problem is that such behavioral alterations are incremental, with those increments being small, with no apparent negative repercussions; which facilitates moving to the next level of deviance. And that behavior tends to become increasingly deviant over time, and the longer it progresses, the more likely either the individual or another will be adversely affected.
Possession of child pornography is not a direct violation of a child; however, it is easily argued that demand for child pornography greatly increases the probability of children being molested in the production of child pornography to meet demand. In child pornography investigations it has been found that a common element is the collection of “child erotica.” Child erotica possession is not a violation of law, although it may contribute to probable cause for a search warrant for child pornography. Likewise, possession of a child-like sex doll could contribute to such probable cause.
I have discussed an interview of a pedophile and his possession of child erotica in addition to child pornography here: https://www.quora.com/Police-officers-what-are-some-of-the-most-interesting-conversations-youve-had-with-the-men-women

(43 People Likes) What was the first science fiction story to contain a robot sex doll?

he history of cinema, gave the role of femme fatale to a robot: Maschinenmensch, a robot replica of Maria, the film’s lea barbie loves girl scouts brunette doll ing lady. The human side of robot Maria is so perfect that, managing to substitute the original without any trouble, she incites a worker uprising against the bosses.
Almost a century since Metropolis, the dizzying pace of technological advances forces us to constantly rethink where the line is drawn separating fiction from reality. Today, robot Maria is ready to take the leap over into the real world. We are looking at the production of a new type of robot with a human appearance, life-sized and with a certain kind of brain.
There is no shortage of futurologists who maintain that, within a matter of decades, machines could replace humans in a still undetermined number of relationships, such as care companionship, friendship or sexual relations (which are currently confined to two or more beings from our own species).
A robot as a romantic partner?
The possibility of acquiring intelligent robots as companions is, in principle, set to become a reality this very year. Several companies from the sex technology sector, in various parts of the world, are working on the launch, which they say is ‘imminent’, of new life-like sex dolls equipped with artificial intelligence, capable of discussing literature, selecting romantic music to create the right ambiance, or even telling a joke, although, in line with demand, they primarily react to all forms of sexual urges.
The current leader in the hyper-realistic sex doll sector is the Real Doll by Abyss Creations. This US company with 20 years of experience, based in San Marcos, California, is working to equip its prototype, Harmony, with artificial intelligence. The goal of its inventor, Matt McMullen, is for his robots to interact with users as naturally as possible, learning, amongst other things, details about their lives.
But McMullen is not the only one. The robot women designed in Catalonia, Spain by Sergi Santos, a nanotechnology and computer engineering expert, can interact in family or romantic mode, although (like Harmony) they are chiefly designed to have sexual relations, and to feel an orgasm. In this case, the robots could serve as a tool for realising all types of fantasies.
The male versions of these robots, which Santos is also planning to release, are further behind in the development stage, both because the demand for them is lower and owing to the weight factor: the materials currently used to produce them are “too heavy” for a female public.
Is the development of sex robots a mere anecdote? Not for the Foundation for Responsible Robotics (FRR), based in the Netherlands. In a recent publication, it warns of the implications of the production and use of robots made to look like children. “We need clarification on policies on child sex robots at the international level s

(21 People Likes) A friend told me that she made a voodoo doll for her boyfriend so that he would love her forever and stuck pins in her heart and head. He suffered chest and head pain. Is black magic real?

nts from her past lives. Somehow managing to manipulate physical reality…
Now get a load of this idiot huh :D?
Using any practices to make someone specific love you, and “love forever” is immature.
Tell her this: You want real relationship and love, right? Not some artificial relationship manifested from your black practice? Then don’t do this anymore, you’re disrespecting yourself and him. If you’re that blinded that you don’t see your disrespect towards you and him then you are clearly making your own obstacle here.
If she pisses off that’s quite predictable from her pit she has made, if she curses you or something, then man that’s what wusses do man :D
But, sensing from her energy, she’s quite an old soul, so she’ll realize this soon about the immaturity. Old souls are mature obviously but it takes some time for her physical-stuck awareness to reconnect to her real side, it’s always like this. I’ve been there, wanted to use my energy to make a girl like me in 6th grade. Now I’m Sex Doll 9 and not giving a f**k if some girl likes me or not, I trust my frequency of aura to attract what I need and only high vibes of love and light.
So, yes black ma

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