Guys and Dolls

10 years ago, a small company in California started making real life like dolls for sale. These dolls are more than a sex doll for some of the man who bought them, they develop feelings for these dolls and treated them like they’re alive.

The doll’s features can be customised and they cost up to 6000USD each. Business has been booming and there are over 3000 dolls shipped worldwide, they get about 400 orders of dolls per year. Some of these orders are absurd, one of them requested for a doll with pubic hair starting from the belly button all the way to the mid-back section and another one requested for an eighty year old granny doll.

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  • Cassey

    this is crazy

  • Cassey

    this is crazy

  • amanda .

    these poor guys. they just need to be accepted by someone

  • amanda .

    these poor guys. they just need to be accepted by someone

  • amanda .

    these poor guys. they just need to be accepted by someone

  • amanda .

    these poor guys. they just need to be accepted by someone

  • Irene_69s

    a removable tongue?!?

  • zuzu

    I understand how one can have a short affair with an inanimate object ( I myself had a short lived affair with Stephen Colbert’s I am America and so can you), but I really can’t imagine having a long term, sexual relationship.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=717925227 Denise Debra Ann Machan

    hilariously entertaining and a wee bit creepy.

  • jackson

    what i really like about this film is the absurdist sincerity of men grappling the big questions of love and normalcy, and the beautiful understatement of the narration. classic.

  • NESSASMART69

    THIS IS WRONG. IT SEEMS LIKE IT GIVES THEESE MEN A FAULSE SENSE OF SECURITY. YES THE DOLLS WILL ALWAYS BE THERE. BUT SO WILL THE PROBLEM. NO MTTER WHAT. ITS NOT REAL. UNNATURAL AND WRONG.

  • http://www.facebook.com/lmalignus Lord Malignus

    what’s the big deal about a human sized plastic vagina? I mean, some chicks like big plastic dildos. Just wait ’til these dolls are robotic.

    • Princess_Peach

      The issue isn’t about the use of something inanimate for sexual pleasure. When a women uses a vibrator or dildo it is safe to say it’s generally no more than sexual gratification given to themselves during a period of their life where they are single and not having frequent sex. The dildos tend to get put back into a drawer when a women enters a sexual relationship with a man. 
      The reason the spotlight has been placed on to the men in this documentary is because many of them use the dolls to satisfy emotional requirements as well as sexual. And that’s definitely not healthy as it displays they have issues with dealing with real people, or more specifically, real women. 

  • Soilymoonfry

    Everard/Principal Skinner. Just sayin.

  • KooKooKaChoo

    I don’t know what I find more disturbing: talking to the dolls as if they are real (“I’ll miss her and she’ll miss me”), or the random body parts sticking out from under beds, sofas and boxes in the garage (plus that guy’s make-up jobs were truly horrifying, barf!). I am also reminded of serial killers when I see people/people-like objects hanging from chains O_o

    However, I don’t think it’s “wrong”, I think it is different (very, very different). As long as these people understand that they are dolls, not companions, I don’t see the harm. Although it seems many cannot make that distinction. That’s sort of sad. But I think they are brave to share their stories. 

    Also, I find the terms these men use for real women and the dolls very interesting (organic, synthetic, etc). In some cases it seems to highlight the separation they feel from society. 

  • Langlaisdu76

    Freaks!!!! But the worst bit is the company who make them 3000 dolls at 6000 dollars that’s 18 million lol wonder what their net yearly profit is?

  • Guest

    I don’t think they are freaks – rather they are human beings who long for social connection. I think it’s sad that they don’t realize that they are living in a lie when they think that these dolls are real people.

  • Blake

    There is a difference between a sex toy (dildo, fleshlight etc.). These men need someone. The second man introduced has some clear issues that stem from his mother passing. The third man introduced (the one with the guns and swords) really worries me. the fourth guy seems the most healthy, he seems to get that it’s not a real substitute, however the spare pubic hair was a bit much. I consider myself to be a little bit antisocial so I can sympathize with needing someone, but these men need help, they are beyond being lonely.

  • Blake

    There is a difference between a sex toy (dildo, fleshlight etc.). These men need someone. The second man introduced has some clear issues that stem from his mother passing. The third man introduced (the one with the guns and swords) really worries me. the fourth guy seems the most healthy, he seems to get that it’s not a real substitute, however the spare pubic hair was a bit much. I consider myself to be a little bit antisocial so I can sympathize with needing someone, but these men need help, they are beyond being lonely.

  • me

    I never thought that I could identify my weird side with something like this. Acceptance and companionship is all that one really ever needs.

  • James nz

    Come on ladies, look at all these eligible bachelors lol. Take your pick of Mr Right:)

  • Kat

    I just feel so sorry for these guys.
    But i’d rather see people use this sort of sexual outlet then turn to children or raping innocent people. Great documentary.

  • P Hudson

    It’s a matter of perspective, I think, and a desperately lonely person may find it a boon while people less so see it as maladjusted. My personal opinion is that the doll is too much like a corpse. Attaching emotions to a hunk of rubber just wouldn’t fly but the same would apply if the thing had an electronic brain and moved around in a realistic way. It would always be a device.

  • MATTHEWSFAM3

    DO WOMEN DO THIS ALSO? OR DO THEY JUST CALL THEM DILDOS???????????

  • earl

    I am so getting one of these dolls made only I’m gonna make it look like me so the next time somebody tells me to go hump myself I can ablige them

  • earl

    And wait  … How did that guy that lived with his parents afford a 4,000 dollar humpy doll?

  • skp32

    Un-watchable for me because the audio and video are not synched up.

  • Naturalistic

    The best anyone can do is not care or judge because as soon as you label somebody it becomes more difficult for them to see themselves as anything else.

  • nonono

    oh so many Jeffrey Dahmer kind of people.

  • curiouscat

    poor guys, very sad, lonely people