I recently heard about these wasp waist sex dolls and the first thing that crossed my mind was “what the hell is that?”. According to what I found out, the wasp waist sex dolls are a specialized kind of sex doll made to look like an extremely thin woman, like a waif-like model. They feature an exaggerated wasp waist, the waist measurement ranging on average between 51-49 cm.

At first, I couldn’t believe it. Was a seller really marketing dolls with figures that are barely achievable in real life? It seemed a bit too bizarre to be true, but the market for these wasp waist dolls was apparently real. And then– it got me thinking about the bigger picture. What did society really want from its sex dolls?

To be honest, the idea of a sex doll with a wasp waist disturbed me a bit, because it seemed to be a strange ideal-imagination of the female body, a kind of warped expectations being created through the years. How could something like this become the standard that people aimed for in their sex dolls? Why was this the new norm?

It started making me think about beauty standards in general. Everywhere we go, we are bombarded with images that adhere to a very specific body image and of course, women are its main target. Models are praised for having this impossible slim waist, and they end up being too thin, to the point of being unhealthy. That’s why, when I heard about these wasp waist sex dolls, it made me angry.

Clearly, these dolls reflect themes of perfectionism and sexual objectification that still exists within society. Sex dolls have been a topic of discussion for some time, and it seems like the wasp waist sex doll trend only adds to the already existing objectification, and further reinforces strict beauty ideals. It’s a sad reflection of what our society values as desirable when it comes to the female body.

What’s more, the whole concept of a wasp waist sex doll creates a false perception that real women can look like that too. It puts a huge pressure and unrealistic expectations on women, which is extremely damaging to our mental health. Society already puts a lot of pressure on women to look perfect, and the wasp waist sex doll trend only adds fuel to the fire.

At the same time, it’s hard to deny that there’s a huge market for these kinds of dolls. To some people, Penis Rings these dolls may represent a harmless fantasy or desire, but to me, it’s harmful and potentially damaging for women in general. I won’t be buying one of these dolls anytime soon, and I sincerely hope that the trend will go away soon as well.