doctor sells live sex dolls

I was walking down the street the other day when I saw something that truly shocked me. It was a doctor, of all people, leaving his office with something that I couldn’t quite make out from where I was standing. As I got closer I couldn’t believe my own eyes – he was carrying a live sex doll!

Now, I know what you’re probably thinking: what kind of doctor is this? But the truth is, it was actually kind of impressive. He looked like he had done some sort of deal with somebody to acquire this incredibly lifelike doll, and not only did he have it in his hands, he was attempting to carry it out to his car.

I was so astonished that I couldn’t help but approach him and ask him what he was up to. He was a bit defensive at first, but eventually he agreed to explain himself to me. He told me he had learned about the dolls from a medical publication and thought it could provide an interesting form of therapy for some of his patients.

He said he was going to offer the dolls to his patients as part of a treatment plan. Apparently they were designed to mimic the look and feel of a person, sex dolls and could provide a realistic, comforting experience for someone dealing with depression or other mental health issues.

I must admit that I was taken aback. Here was a doctor, someone supposed to be committed to helping people’s mental health, selling a live sex doll. But at the same time I couldn’t help but be impressed by how much effort he had put into thinking outside of the box.

He said he had already spoken with a number of his patients about it, and the feedback was very positive. The most interesting thing was that he now had a waiting list of people hoping to get a doll.

And with that he gave me his business card, wished me luck and drove away. I must admit it left me thinking – what could be the benefits of using live sex dolls in therapy?

The next day I decided to research into the matter further, and what I found actually surprised me. Whilst I had naturally assumed that providing such an experience would be inappropriate, I was amazed to discover the numerous benefits that these dolls could bring in the form of psychological care.

Firstly, using a live sex doll in therapy allows a patient to practice communication skills without fear of judgement or rejection. Secondly, there is evidence to suggest that the experience of physical contact can reduce stress levels and help to combat depression. Finally, for those who may be shy of talking or expressing themselves in social situations, a live sex doll can provide a safe space in which to explore emotions without fear.

At the same time, I was also conscious of the various dangers of using live sex dolls. Whilst they are designed to look and feel realistic, the lack of emotional and psychological interaction could mean that a user could become overly reliant on the experience, or worse, vibrators start to prefer it over a human relationship.

It made me consider the ethical implications of such as activity, as well as the wider implications of selling live sex dolls as part of a therapy session.

So I thought to myself, is it actually possible to use something so unorthodox to help a patient’s mental health? Could it really work as part of a therapeutic environment?

The more I thought about it, the more I began to see how it could potentially be a great way to help someone who is struggling with their mental health. The dolls can be used in a completely detached, non-sexual way to allow a patient to communicate and practice their social skills without feeling intimidated.

Moreover, the dolls can also offer a sense of companionship and comfort to those experiencing loneliness or isolation. It can be seen as a form of self-care, providing safe, physical contact without any expectation of anything in return.

I realized that whilst it might not be the most conventional form of therapy, it certainly has potential. If used in a professional setting with the right safeguards, I could see how it could be beneficial for people who are struggling with their mental health.

I found myself wondering what the wider implications of such therapy could be. Could it help to reduce stigma associated with mental health, or could it cause more confusion and misunderstanding?

It certainly got me thinking about the positives and negatives of such a procedure, and the ethical implications of using a live sex doll as a tool for therapy. What do you think? Could it work, or should it be avoided at all costs?