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(42 People Likes) Why do I want my boyfriend to have sex with a silicon doll?
g of having sex with silicone dolls is also great. In fact, when you have sex with your boyfriend, you can add a sex doll and play with three people. It may increase the sentiment and strengthen the relationship between you and your boyfri
(28 People Likes) If I ask a question about video games, smart phones, Dungeons and Dragons, Star Wars, aliens, the future of technology, Minimalism, rap, guns, religion and sex dolls, will it produce a lot of hits?
l probably get no hits, because you’re trying to ask about way too many things all at once, from wildly different topics. Why would someone who specializes in writing about Star Wars and D D want to answer a question that involves sex dolls and doll sex with boy inimalism? That makes no sense. Keep questions to one thing at a time please, or it will simply be downvoted or removed by Quora moderat
(85 People Likes) The classic inflatable girlfriend hasn’t changed much
. These dolls are useful for people who have extremely limited storage space, but are a little too pragmatic for those who are looking for the pseudo-companionship that comes from having a toy. Blow-up dolls Best Sex Dolls are strictly masturbatory in nature; and while they are the most inexpensive option, they do not fulfill the same range of needs that the other dolls on this list do. The world of sex dolls is constantly upgrading and expanding. Prototype sex doll robots complete with A.I. are right around the corner, an
(34 People Likes) How would you react if your spouse or significant other wants you to have cosmetic surgery to improve the way you look to others?
vy with a traditional hour glass. 32–31–39 - yah, big hippies! And naturally I had zero boobs but broad shoulders. Literally an A cup but there was major asymmetry with my breasts, one was an A cup, the other was half an A cup. Every single man I’d ever dated had expressed to me they wanted me to get a boob job. I never considered it prior to men telling me I needed it. Never, ever because I didn’t think it was that big of a deal. My mom has similar cup size had 3 kids. Is it that big a deal? Apparently yes. I wasn’t taking the hint truly, I didn’t realize how important breasts are for a man to find a woman attractive. Plus I was doing physical work small boobs were perfect. Fast forward I was dating my now husband who again, brought up my least favorite topic! My breast size. At this point in life though, I did notice my asymmetrical boobies were facing other problems. The once perky pointy breasts were now pointing downwards. And I was in my mid twenties! Disheartened, I still ignored it told my now husband to f*ck off get over it. But he pressed and said it was more about sexual satisfaction, and would make my body more proportioned etc. Let me say though, my husband is tolerant of many physical flaws. I have cellulite, no thigh gap, I get breakouts, have flabby arms plenty of stretch marks from youthful weight gain. He’s never complained about any of those issues. I am not a stick, although I really wish I were! At the time of this early request for breast enhancement, I was super fit, in the best shape of my life and thin at 135 lbs a size 4. I am now still a healthy BMI but have that annoying 10lbs i’d Like gone. My husband has also worked with tons of models in his career. He’s a designer understands symmetry of the body. So after finally getting engaged I relented since he was willing to pay. I figured if nothing else, it would help with wedding dress shopping because with my tiny boobs, clothes never once fit properly I always had to have the bust taken in. We found a surgeon despite tons of fear leading up to it, I went through with it. The immediate improvement to the appearance of my breasts post op completely blew me away. In retrospect, I think I was in complete denial about how severe my asymmetry had become frankly how unattractive my breasts were. I just thought of them as lumps of flesh and perceverated on my many other flaws. I had some nasty backlash from family for getting this done. An aunt I am very close to had some nasty words to say about it behind my back - she hasn’t seen my boobs nor knew my issues. On the contrary, my two best friends, who had seen me naked in locker rooms when we were athletes together in college told me how amazing I looked said they were shocked by the transformation and said I looked great, and completely natural. I’m so happy I went through with it. My body confidence has improved greatly. I disliked being the broad hipped girl with the broad shoulders and no boobs but figured it was my fate. i didn't Think a boob job would solve it. people don’t know I had implants because they look so natural and finally make my body proportional. The few new friends I’ve told Are stunned. The surprising response has been from men walking down the street - I never got hit on at bars or got much attention. Boy has that changed! I think that reaction made me more understanding to my husbands “want” for me to do this. Clearly men respond to breasts. You’d think i’d Realize that earlier on but not being well endowed by nature, I truly didn’t get how hard wired it is in men. Men are so different from women, but that’s for another day… Would I have preferred to marry a man who loved my body exactly as it was? Of course! But it never happened for me… and to be honest, I’ve yet to meet someone who is perfect in life. And if my husband’s biggest flaw is that he didn’t like my breasts, well he joined a club of other men who felt exactly the same. I didn’t hit the genetic lottery and I live in Southern California where each woman I pass is prettier and more perfect than the last. That said, my husband hasn’t asked me to get anything else done. He loves me, cares for me, provides me a wonderful life and is the only person I’ve ever known to love me unconditionally- he was willing to accept me not getting the surgery. He’s my partner in the best sense if altering my physique provides
(50 People Likes) Why don’t weebs combine the dark arts of cosplay and love dolls?
types” so far; Emitter - This is by far the most common type of quirk; they involve the generation and/or control of things outside the users own body. For example, Bakugo’s Explosion or Yaoyorozu’s Creation. Both of these happen to use materials that are basically generated FROM the body of the user, but the actual object or effect takes place outside the body all the same. Transformation - This type of quirk is one where the actual body of it’s user, upon activation of the quirk, is altered in some way. Examples of this are Kirishima’s Hardening or Iida’s Engine. These quirks happen to alter the physical appearance of the user when activated, on top of making whatever their underlying ability is activate. In the case of Iida, for instance, his calves will sprout small engines which then allow him to move at incredible speeds. Mutant - Otherwise known as heteromorphic quirks. These are the rarest of them all, and tend to manifest in the form of visible mutations or alterations to the body that themselves are aspects of their ability. Examples would be Ojiro’s Tail and Tsuyu’s Frog. Typically these quirks are permanently active and also immune to Erasure. Certain quirks fall in to a sub-type known as Accumulation; these require a buildup of some sort before they can be activated. Examples are Fat Absorption, as well as One For All, and Rewind… On to the invisible problem. The common assumption about Toru’s quirk is that it’s a heteromorphic one due to it being (apparently) permanently active. For this reason it’s also assumed that her quirk would be immune to Erasure. This is an unknown because I don’t actually recall any instance where Aizawa would have actually attempted to use his quirk on her. The reason I don’t necessarily agree with her being immune to Erasure, however, is due to the nature of the Mutant quirk type. Every single instance of a mutant quirk also brings with it very distinct and noticeable physical mutations. I’d say Tsuyu and her Frog quirk are by far the most “normal” in physical appearance, but even still she has some fairly notable frog-like aspects to her that are obvious enough that she wouldn’t be mistaken for a quirkless person just by looking at her. Toru is difficult to judge in this regard though. We can’t actually tell what she looks like beyond whatever clothing she happens to be wearing. The other thing that’s somewhat different is that the physical mutations of all other Mutant quirks are directly tied to the actual abilities of the quirk user. There’s not exactly any sort of “physical” mutation that I can imagine which would allow a person to be invisible. All told, I suspect that Toru doesn't have a Mutant quirk at all. What I think she does have is an Emitter quirk that, for whatever reason, she’s unable to deactivate. This may be due to an issue of control, or it could be the result of some trauma, either physical or psychological. Kind of like how Cyclops (X-Men) is unable to control his power and is forced to rely on special glasses or a visor. So I guess, long story short, my own opinion on the matter is different from the standard answer. I may well be wrong, but I suspect that if Erasure WERE to be used on Toru she would probably become visible for the duration. I also suspect that if My Hero Academia was a