Japanese men dating dolls
I don't know how much I've spent but it's cheaper than a Lamborghini," he said.Future doll users can expect more bang for their buck as researchers work to develop next-generation sexbots able to talk, laugh and even simulate an orgasm.I personally wonder what those real women think of this craze, and why these men are not more interested in relationships in which they are genuinely loved by another human being?What happens when all you want is some connection but can't find it in society?These days she puts up with it, reluctantly," he added."When my daughter realised it wasn't a giant Barbie doll, she freaked out and said it was gross -- but now she's old enough to share Mayu's clothes."Ozaki is one of an increasing number of Japanese men turning to rubber romance in a country that's lost its mojo.He also admits to being turned off by human relationships."Japanese women are cold-hearted," he said while on a seaside stroll with his silicone squeeze."They're very selfish.Men want someone to listen to them without grumbling when they get home from work," Ozaki added."Whatever problems I have, Mayu is always there waiting for me.I love her to bits and want to be with her forever."I can't imagine going back to a human being.
To some men, these dolls aren't plastic and rubber, they're family.
When the spark went out of Masayuki Ozaki's marriage, he found an unusual outlet to plug the romantic void -- a silicone sex doll he swears is the love of his life.
The life-size dummy, called Mayu, shares his bed under the same roof as Ozaki's wife and teenage daughter in Tokyo, an arrangement that triggered angry rows before a delicate truce was finally declared."After my wife gave birth we stopped having sex and I felt a deep sense of loneliness," the 45-year-old physiotherapist told AFP in an interview."But the moment I saw Mayu in the showroom, it was love at first sight," blushed Ozaki, who takes his doll on dates in a wheelchair and dresses her in wigs, sexy clothes and jewellery."My wife was furious when I first brought Mayu home.
But many straight Japanese men are not simply disinterested in partaking in a romantic relationship, it’s that they err, they aren’t dating women.
Meet Hatsune Miku, a fictional character first created for a sound synthesiser programme who is now considered a be a girlfriend to many Japanese men.