tossing out sex doll

I recently heard about this new thing that’s all the rage online – tossing out old and outdated sex dolls. I know, I know, the idea throws up all kinds of questions in the mind, but I thought I’d do a bit of research and see if it’s a trend worth following. So here’s what I found out:

Turns out, this was actually a surprise to me, but sex dolls have been around, in some form or another, since the 1960s! Now, they’re more sophisticated and lifelike than ever before, making it easier than ever to simulate human contact. But that doesn’t mean everyone has to buy into the trend – some people are using the ‘tossing out’ of old sex dolls to make a statement about their own sexual values and do away with outdated concepts of intimacy.

At first, I was a bit taken aback by the idea of throwing out my sex doll – you know, I’d bought the thing with my heart on the sleeve, and the idea of chucking it out like a piece of trash felt wrong. But then I started doing some research on the subject, reading real-life stories and perspectives of people who had chosen to unload their sex doll, and I started to understand their motivations.

It seemed that, for many of them, getting rid of their outdated sex doll was a powerful symbol of standing up for their own sexuality and rejecting outdated ideas of intimacy. Others suggested that it had helped them to break through issues like body image and insecurity. All of this made the concept much more real to me, and I started to think I maybe could benefit from it too.

Beyond all the serious stuff, I realized that getting rid of my old sex doll could even be fun. I could organize a ceremony for it, to bid it a proper farewell and connect with others who shared similar experiences. Plus, I could recover some of the costs of acquiring it by selling it on, or just donating it to a local charity outlet.

So in the end, I took a deep breath and decided to make the leap. The actual process of getting the doll out of my apartment was surprisingly easy, and in no time I had the place to myself again. And I realized there was so much to be gained by discarding an outdated symbol of our changing relationship with sex: a sense of control over my own identity, and a newfound connection with the people around me.

The whole process was also surprisingly cathartic; it felt like I was standing up to society’s outdated definitions of sexuality and embracing something more real and more true. I finally felt like I was taking ownership of my own sexual identity.

And that’s the real reason I made the decision to toss out my sex doll. I found out that, rather than being a sad symbol of outdated concepts, it became a powerful symbol of standing up to society’s expectations and gaining a stronger sense of sexual identity. And I think that’s something everyone could benefit from.

Socially, it can be hard to talk about our sexuality, especially among friends, but I found that breaking away from traditional gender roles and ditching old sex dolls gave me the space to start having conversations about this kind of stuff. Tossing out my sex doll allowed me to open up to people and form new connections with them too.

Who knows, maybe the trend will continue and sex dolls more and more people will eventually come around to the idea of tossing out their sex dolls. After all, there’s nothing like the feeling of being free to decide who you are in life.

Maybe the idea of being able to choose our own sexual identity – and vowing to reject any outdated conceptions – isn’t the most exciting concept, but it’s kind of amazing to think that this is something we can now do with relative ease. It feels empowering to stand up for our rights and create a sense of autonomy over our lives.

I guess that, really, ditching an old sex doll is less of a trend and more of an individual statement – one that speaks to the kind of people we are, the values we hold, and the ways we are comfortable expressing ourselves. After all, we live in a world where we don’t have to be held back by other people’s definitions of sexuality; we can now make our own statement about who we are and who we want to be.