Silicone Sex Doll Improved His Marriage

When the spark died out, Masayuki Ozaki rallied — he began a new relationship with an inflatable rubber doll and vowed it would be the love of his life. In Tokyo, the ultra-lifelike silicone mannequin known as Mayu sleeps under the same roof as his wife and teenage daughter, an unusual arrangement that sparked angry rows before the family announced a delicate truce.

“After my wife gave birth, we stopped having sex and I felt very lonely,” said ozaki, 45. But when I saw ma yu in the exhibition hall, I fell in love at first sight. When I first brought maio home, my wife got very angry. These days, she reluctantly puts up with it. When my daughter realized it wasn’t a giant barbie, she was horrified and said it was disgusting – but now she’s old enough to share clothes with Mayo.

Ozaki, a physical therapist, took his doll on a date in a wheelchair and dressed her in wigs, sexy clothes and jewelry. < / p > < p > small let hemu ready to sleep. He admits to having a hard time with relationships, adding during a seaside walk with his rubber partner: Japanese women are cold. They are very selfish. Men want someone to listen to them when they get home from work without complaining.


No matter what problems I have, ma yu is always there waiting for me. I love her very much and I want to be with her forever. I can’t imagine going back to humans. I want to be buried with her and take her to heaven.
Mr. Ozaki is one of a growing number of Japanese men who are falling in love with sex dolls in a country that has lost its mojo.

Experts are concerned about Japan’s falling birth rate. With Japan’s workforce shrinking, the falling birth rate poses serious problems for the country’s economic future. However, more and more herbivorous men are abandoning marriage and traditional male values and living a quiet, non-competitive life.

Ozaki and Mayu are outside their apartment in Tokyo. About 2,000 live sex dolls go on sale in Japan each year, starting at $6,000, with adjustable fingers, detachable heads and realistic genitals. Tsuchiya Tsuchiya, managing director of doll maker Orient industries, said: “technology has come a long way since the hateful inflatable dolls were introduced in the 1970s.


They now look very real and feel like you’re touching human skin. More and more men are buying these dolls because they think they can actually communicate with them. They are popular with disabled customers, widowers and manikin fetishists, and some men use dolls to avoid heartache.

Ozaki takes Mayu on various dates. Senji Nakajima, 62, likes to gently bathe his rubber girlfriend, Saori, by mounting her picture on a wall and even taking her skiing and surfing. On a romantic picnic under the cherry trees, he said: “the demands of mankind are so high. People always want something from you — like money or promises. When I got home to Saori, my heart was pounding. She never betrayed me. She let my troubles go. Nakajima’s relationship with mori split his family and his wife barred her from entering the home, but the tokyo-born businessman refused to give her up.

Senji Nakajima likes to surf with his doll, Saori. ‘my son accepted it, my daughter couldn’t,’ he said. I’m never going out with real women again – they don’t have hearts. In a cluttered apartment on the outskirts of Tokyo, the doll sleeps in its own bed, sandwiched between two previously flirtatious dolls and a headless rubber torso. He admitted reconciliation with his estranged wife was unlikely, adding: I can’t shower with Saori or cuddle up with her and watch TV.


I don’t want to ruin my relationship with her. Though the pillow talk is undoubtedly one-way, nakajima believes he has found true love. He said: “I would never cheat on her, even with a prostitute, because she is human to me. Nakajima takes a walk with Saori. Another doll lover is Yoshitaka Hyodo, whose home in saitama is an Aladdin cave with dolls, kitdy toys and Japanese pornography. He lives alone but has an understanding girlfriend. She will have to be more than 10 life-size dummies he has, many of them in combat fatigues, to fulfill wartime fantasies. “I think more and more men will choose to date dolls in the future,” the 43-year-old blogger said.

They are less stressed and complain less than women. But he claims to have cut back on sex with dolls. ‘for me now, it’s more of an emotional level of communication,’ he says. People might think I’m weird, but it’s no different than collecting sports cars. I don’t know how much I spent, but it was cheaper than lamborghini. As researchers develop the next generation of sex robots that can talk, laugh, simulate orgasms and even remember your birthday, future doll users can expect more bang for their money.

But for now, Mr Masayake’s long-suffering wife, Riho, is trying to ignore the rubber-faced beauty from her husband’s bedroom who mocks her. ‘I was just hanging out with prostitutes,’ she said.


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