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Where Do Our Sex Dolls Go After We Die?

Companions in life, sex dolls can become embarrassing detritus when we die

Illustration: Mikyung Lee

“D“Davecat,” a 46-year-old data entry specialist, lives alone in his 600-square-foot apartment outside Detroit, Michigan, but he’s by no means lonely. He has his “wife” of 18 years: Sidore, a RealDoll he lovingly calls his…




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Freelance writer interested in politics, culture, and sex.

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