In 8 A.D. the Greek poet Ovid told the story of a man, Pygmalion, who created his ideal woman from ivory. After he fell in love with his creation, the goddess Aphrodite granted her life. The two married, had children, and presumably enjoyed Greek life together until their respective deaths. The story of Pygmalion became the inspiration for works of art, literature, theatre, and movies. While cultures have depicted the female human body in statuary over the centuries, the first physical love dolls intended to be realistic sex dolls do not arrive until the 16th Century. Dutch sailors, lonely at sea, created simulated women (the dame de voyage) from cloth to … keep them company. Dutch traders sold some of these dolls to the Japanese, who still refer to life size sex dolls as “Dutch Wives.” 1908 saw the first manufactured sex dolls. While the dame de voyage was primarily for male pleasure, sex dolls in the early 20th Century seem to have been made with women in mind as well. These very realistic sex dolls could even simulate ejaculation! It would not be until the latter part of the century, however until technology and sex dolls combined. Today’s realistic sex dolls are a far cry from the dame de voyage or even the ejaculating dolls of the early part of the 20th Century. These dolls are sophisticated, supple, and incredibly life-like in feel and appearance.
If the doll´s joints are kept bent for a long time, creases and wrinkles will appear on its surface which is due to the improper posture it is placed in and prolonged pressure on the surface. For example, if it is placed sitting in the chair for a long time, there will be horizontal grains on its abdomen. Silicone has resilience itself, so when the doll model is not used, keep it in the posture just like when it came out of the factory, reduce the force on all joints and lay it aside for a certain period of time, the creases and wrinkles will decrease and disappear. Sexdolls
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