“Modern technology has now progressed to the point where factory-built partners are at least as good as human partners,” Mills says later at a downtown bar.
“Not everybody wants to be in a relationship, especially an emotionally draining, costly, anxiety-filled one.
If a man says, ‘I don’t want to be in a relationship,’ most of the time that’s probably a fucking good decision!
And he can order a RealDoll, which will end up being a helluva lot cheaper than the women he was dating!
If a man has a hundred or no girlfriends, Real-Dolls are a good option no matter what.” A hovering waitress says, “Last call.” Mills orders a beer and returns to a pet peeve. ”
Women have enjoyed sex toys for 50 years, probably 5,000 years, if the truth be known, but men are still stigmatized!
We have to correct that!
I want to be the Rosa Parks of sex dolls!
Men are not going to sit in the back of the bus anymore!” [It] was 2007’s Lars and the Real Girl that put RealDolls on the cultural map, when one of McMullen’s dolls landed a role opposite Ryan Gosling, who played the quirky, socially stunted lead.
Lars becomes less reclusive soon after Bianca shows up in a crate.
He begins wheel chairing her around to family dinners, a party, and church, much to the delight of the tolerant townsfolk.
The company is “fiercely” protective of the privacy of all its customers, not just celebrities, who usually demand a non-disclosure agreement or have a doll purchased through an intermediary.
Deep sources there confirm that an actor with “anger-management issues” bought five at once and was seen sunbathing with them on his yacht.