Why is there a stigma to owning a love doll?

Why is there a stigma to owning a love doll?

It's a good question why there is a stigma to owning a love doll. In fact, there is a stigma attached to men using sex toys and masturbating in general. When a man uses sex toys or masturbates, it's often associated with the idea that the man can't find a sexual partner, so he must be creepy, lonely, or kinky. But women who use sex toys have finally become socially acceptable (although it took decades) and are often seen as attractive because they are seen as sexually skilled. Why is male sexuality still ashamed?

Men have been culturally taught to be ashamed of their sexual desires.

Masturbation was seen as a throwback for the unattractive and lonely male, too undesirable to get a real human to have sex.
Not even Austin Powers would admit to masturbation.
Men didn't have the feminist revolution or authors telling them sex is healthy.

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With time and a little education, maybe we can reverse this stigma. Did we mention that a sex doll can be healthy? I mean really healthy. Harvard Medical School researchers recently discovered that regular orgasms can reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer by 22%! Owning a sex doll is not something to look down on. It's a safe and healthy way to explore sexual needs and desires that doesn't affect anyone negatively.

Owning a love doll shouldn't be viewed any differently than a woman owning a vibrator, but unfortunately society isn't quite there yet. It took decades for female masturbation to go from being an entirely unspoken to a celebrated aspect of healthy female sexuality. Male masturbation faces similar challenges, but on its way to becoming a socially acceptable situation, the stigma of owning a sex doll will also likely diminish until it becomes a normal part of people's lives.

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