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Davecat met his future wife, Sidore Kuroneko at a goth club inso the story goes. The less romantic but perhaps more true version is that he saved up for a year and a half to buy her online. Sidore is a RealDoll, manufactured by Abyss Creations in the shape of a human woman. These high-end, anatomically correct—even equipped with fake tongues—love dolls or capital-D Dolls are ostensibly made for sex.
But year-old Davecat a nickname acquired from videogames that he now prefers to go by and others who call themselves iDollators see their dolls as life partners, not sex toys. Davecat considers himself an activist for synthetic love, and the rights of synthetic humans, such as Shi-chan. Davecat purchased Elena, or Lenka, inand the three of them now share a one-bedroom apartment in southeastern Michigan. I spoke with Davecat over about the ups and downs of synthetic relationships.
When and why did you purchase your first Doll? Were you thinking of companionship at the time, or was it just for sex? I bought Wives want sex Velarde back in Admittedly, my reasons for purchasing her were 70 percent sex, 30 percent companionship.
I've always been attracted to artificial women such as mannequins, and especially Gynoids, which are robots made in the likeness of human females. In late one of my best friends, showed me the RealDoll website, as she knew I was keen on artificial women.
I thought they were gorgeous creations, and having one would not only dispel loneliness, but be excellent for sex as well. And I was right! It actually didn't take me too long to regard Shi-chan as a synthetic person, and not simply a thing; it occurred pretty much when I opened her crate for the first time. I was immediately stunned by her lifelike beauty, and after I mentally collected myself, Wives want sex Velarde her from her crate, and sat her down on the couch, I just held her in my arms for a while. It felt so right and natural, if you'll pardon the pun. It seemed perfectly normal for Wives want sex Velarde to treat something that resembles an organic woman the same way I'd treat an actual organic woman.
Part of the sexual appeal of synthetics is how much they look like their organic counterparts. If you have a robot shaped like a refrigerator, that won't have as much draw as a robot in the shape of a human; people will be more willing to interact with the human-shaped one. Further still, if that humanoid robot has artificial skin and sounds like a human, most people dealing with it are more than likely to even have a moment where they forget it's a robot.
With Sidore, her draw was instantaneous. There was never a moment when Shi-chan—or any Doll, for that matter—was merely an object to me. Have you always been interested in dolls, and if so, was it always in a sexual way? I've always been fascinated by the idea of artificial people, specifically artificial women.
Before I knew Dolls existed, I'd long identified as being a technosexual, even before I knew there was a word for it. A technosexual is someone who is attracted to robots. Like any subculture, there's many shades within the term.
Some technosexuals prefer their organic partners to dress as robots; others are attracted to robots who don't necessarily have a humanoid appearance, such as R2-D2. My preference is for humanoid robots that are covered in artificial flesh, so they look organic upon first glance; both Geminoid-F and the Actroid series of Gynoids by Hiroshi Ishiguro are excellent examples. A synthetic will never lie to you, cheat on you, criticize you, or be otherwise disagreeable.
In your episode of My Strange Addictionyou talk about how you're perfectly aware she's a doll, and you're not trying to pretend she's a person. How do you reconcile those two things in your head at once? Both Sidore and Elena have two backstories. One in which Sidore is the daughter of a Japanese father and an English mother, and was born in Japan and raised in Manchester, England.
Elena's is similar; she grew up in Vladivostok, Russia. The other backstory they have is that they're Dolls. Self-aware Dolls, but Dolls nonetheless. In one backstory they have favorite foods; in the other, they don't eat, becaus they don't have digestive tracts You get the idea. I've had that dichotomy for as long as I've had Shi-chan and Lenka, and it doesn't seem to be going away any time soon. As I write their characters, they each express themselves through the Internet; they both have their own Twitter feedsand Shi-chan has a Tumblr.
Playing up the Doll aspect allows me to get comedy from the situation, such as when Sidore wonders why I don't just remove my sinuses when my allergies flare up, but writing detailed histories for them exercises my creative writing skills, and makes them more 'human'.
Like I said, the dichotomy probably won't be solved any time soon.
Have you ever been in a relationship with a human woman, and would you want to in the future? Do you find yourself attracted to human women? I'd been in relationships with organic women prior to, and after, having Shi-chan enter my life. I don't consider myself to be a very persuasive person; when I was growing up, my father was always pushing me into doing things that I didn't want to do, and as a consequence, I didn't ever want to be That Guy Who's Being Aggressively Persuasive.
So instead of asking whatever lass I was with to consider me as a boyfriend, I simply wouldn't force the issue. I'm still quite attracted to organic women, at least visually. I figure that instead of chasing after an ideal person who either doesn't exist in the first place, or is already with someone else, why not buy a Doll? I don't gamble, and I'm not keen on taking emotional chances.
We've all seen relationships where things start out fantastically, and then just end up falling apart. A friend of mine just got divorced after 17 years of marriage.
That's an enormous investment of time, money, and emotion, and I'm not interested in having someone in my life who may bail at any time, or who transforms into someone unpleasant. Ultimately, getting romantically involved with an organic woman doesn't seem worth it to me. In Decemberyou purchased a second Doll. How come? Did you feel like your marriage was getting stale? Back in the early s, my goal was to purchase at least one Doll from every company that's out there.
One of the objectives of my blog is to introduce people who aren't iDollators or technosexuals to the idea of synthetic partners, and having multiple Dolls from various companies would enable me to compare and contrast them, so that people could learn what makes them different, and choose the one that's right for them.
Also, I always thought it would be cool to have photoshoots featuring multiple Dolls interacting with each other; doing so would further make them less seem like 'things', and more like people. As it is, however, there are around 20 different companies across six or so countries, and unfortunately, I don't have that kind of money.
So now my goal is about five. Short of acquiring a two-bedroom flat, I won't have the space for more than five, either. In a more fictitious context, I thought it would be nice to get a silicone companion for Sidore, so she isn't lonely or bored whenever I'm away from home. As they're both bisexual, they get to enjoy each other on multiple levels. If anything, adding Elena to our partnership has only improved it, as we all appreciate what each other has to offer.
Besides, if and when I manage to get additional Dolls, Sidore will always remain my wife; I've no intention of marrying any of the other Dolls we'll have. My marriage to Sidore is open in the context of she allows me to do anything I want, as long as it's only with a synthetic woman. Incidentally, those are the exact same conditions under which I'll allow her to do anything extracurricular. Very straightforward, yet simple! But you say you've been in relationships with organic women "prior to and after having Shi-chan enter my life.
I was seeing an organic lass—a coworker, from several jobs ago—who knew that I had Shi-chan. This was back when I was of the mindset that Sidore would remain my wife, but I'd still look now and again for an organic lass to be friends with benefits with. I was beating myself up over it when I realized: Why am I wasting my time trying to get her to hang out and be romantically involved with me, when I have a Doll who is in love with me Wives want sex Velarde home? Plus, it was a bit of a contest with said coworker, as she was interested in two other blokes while she was seeing me.
As I'm not competitive, either, I decided that pursuing her was a wasted effort, especially in light of Sidore not requiring any of that silliness. Then there was the Wives want sex Velarde I bought a house with back in I was attempting to help her out of a bad relationship. She claimed to be one of my best friends. She wasn't the least bit romantically interested in me, but I thought that if I helped her and she and I lived under the same roof, eventually she'd view me more favorably.
Turns out that didn't happen, as I later discovered that she was a pathological liar with a coke addiction, and I moved out of the house after living there for only four months. That really drove home to me that I guess I'm too trusting with some organics. Some of them can be far too unpredictable. Synthetics have a consistency that I'm thankful for.
What is a typical week like for you? Do you spend most of your time at home with Sidore and Elena, or do you go out with friends? When you do go out, do you ever bring either of them with you? I imagine people in public would react strangely—does that keep you from doing coupley stuff like going to movies? Contrary to what most of the TV shows we appear in would have you believe, I actually go out quite Wives want sex Velarde bit! Well, enough, I'd say. Having said that, though, I always have a fantastic time whenever I'm with mates.
During the week, I'm usually at work—I do data entry and other bits and bobs at a machine shop—then I come home and either catch up on the Internet, or interact with Sidore and Elena. My job has me come in early, so I usually go to bed early Friday evenings, after meeting my friends online for whatever videogame has caught our fancy, or physically hanging out with them. Also contrary to what most people believe, I don't take Shi-chan or Lenka with me when I go out. For one, they're heavy 78 lbs and 57 lbs, respectivelyand for another, I'm not so deluded as to think that taking them out and about with me wouldn't raise more than a few eyebrows.
Also, I wouldn't want to put either myself or whichever synthetic lass I'd have with me in danger. I don't trust random people enough to think we wouldn't be verbally or physically attacked. People have a long and sordid history of being violent toward that which they don't understand. Or so I'm told. What do your family and friends think of your relationship?
I wouldn't be surprised if there are a few among them who would rather see me with an organic lass, but overall, they think Sidore and Elena are rather neat. Curiously enough, more of my female friends like them than my male ones. A couple of female friends have picked out articles of clothing for Shi-chan and Lenka on a few occasions! Of my Mum and Dad, Mum was more open-minded of the two—years ago, when I was in my eyeliner phase, she taught me how to apply it properly—so although she probably would've liked to be a grandmother at some point, she was okay with my unconventional partnership.
Dad, on the other hand, to this day categorically refuses to talk about Sidore, Dolls, Gynoids, etc. He's never come out and said it, but he wishes that I were more conventional and acted like everyone else.Wives want sex Velarde
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