asuna anime sex doll silicon wives

I recently saw an advertisement on TV for a new Asuna anime sex doll. It was something that I found both intriguing and alarming at the same time. It reminded me of an episode from the 90s show ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ when a sentient robot appeared. It seemed like a possible premonition of a future where anime-style dolls replace real relationships.

I was filled with a mix of emotions – a sense of pity and fear, alarm and fascination. I’d never seen anything quite like this before and couldn’t help but wonder what life would be like if these sophisticated, ultra-realistic dolls became a thing.

The idea of a silicon wife, even if just a caricature, felt wrong to me on an emotional level. I mean, it’s a synthetic creature. How could it ever replace the joy and companionship that comes with a real human-human relationship?

Sure, it could look like an anime character and use all the latest technology, but in the end, it’s just a lifeless object. And that’s a deep problem for me. How do we measure its worth? Are we to accept that it possesses an artificial soul, as if it were human in some way?

At the same time, I understand the urge that some may have to experience relationships in a safe, protected environment. Maybe there are people out there who really need the companionship of a silicon wife. To each his own, I can’t judge.

Still, I can’t help but worry what these dolls might do to our already fragile human relationships. It’s not just a real person that may be replaced here, sex dolls but the very essence of true companionship and connection. How could a shallow imitation of real human emotion be a good replacement?

I can’t help but fear for our future if these dolls become ubiquitous. It sends a message of desolation and despair – that life as we know it is just too hard, so we find a silicon substitute to help us get through it. I don’t know about you, but I’d rather face life’s challenges without a robotic surrogate.


The thought of these Asuna anime sex dolls popping up is certainly something that needs to be discussed in more detail. There are a lot of unanswered questions about these synthetic relationships.

First of all, could such a relationship ever truly replace a real human connection? On a fundamental level, it seems impossible – there are simply too many nuances to a real emotional relationship that simply cannot be replicated by a robotic one.

Not to mention that a lot of people might turn to these dolls for the wrong reasons. Some might become attached to a silicon wife simply for the comfort or convenience it might offer. Such people may use these dolls as an excuse not to face the real world.

Moreover, the question of legal rights should be considered. Should these dolls be recognized as a real form of marriage by the law? If so, then how could these relationships ever be enforced or defended in a court of law?

It’s also worth noting that a silicon wife may also bring down the perceived value of true human relationships. We may come to see real love as inferior to relationships with dolls – who provide guaranteed loyalty and constant comfort.

But just because something is easier, doesn’t make it better. Real relationships require hard work, dedication, and emotion – all of which a robotic partner will never provide.

Unfortunately, these dolls will still likely become more popular over time. Some will use them for companionship or physical gratification, while others may find the idea of an uncomplicated relationship too appealing.

The popularity may be further augmented by the rapid growth of internet pornography and other virtual worlds. These competing forms of pleasure may eventually make real relationships seem pale in comparison.

It’s hard to say how this will all play out. It’s just one more worry to add to our list on a daily basis.

Moving away from the philosophical side of things, what about the actual dolls? Are they any good?

From what I can gather, they’re built using advanced AI and robotics. This means they can be highly responsive to stimuli and changes in their environment. They also come with lifelike appearances and certain levels of personalization.

However, it appears that the technology still has a long way to go. A lot of the dolls come with glaringly fake expressions and movements. They’re also quite expensive, simply because the technology is so new.

So, it remains to be seen if silicon wives are a viable form of companionship. But, if this trend continues, these dolls may become much more realistic, and even more popular. Then, the fear of a growing disconnection between people and technology may become a reality.

The implications of such ‘modern relationships’ don’t stop at the physical level – the spiritual, emotional and moral implications could be devastating. For instance, think what this could do to our concept of faithfulness and integrity – once again, unsettled questions.

And then, human emotions may become museum-pieces of a bygone age.

Which brings me to my next point: if people accept these increasingly realistic dolls as genuine partners, what will this mean for our relationships in the future?

Can you imagine every home and apartment filled with Silicon Wives, preferred over traditional relationships? What if it becomes the norm?

It’s easy to imaging a dramatic shift in cultural norms, where the security of a ‘robot romance’ is preferable to something based on understanding, love and trust. People might find it much easier to turn to a silicon partner for unconditional love and pre-programmed understanding.

On a bigger scale, the entire culture of finding a suitable spouse might become obsolete. We may put out lives and souls in the hands of robots, skirting away the unpredictable nature of true human relationships.

And, in the end, our hearts might become nothing more than empty shells, controlled by emotionless machines. An even darker, twisted version of a Pinocchio’s story.

The idea that such an intimate relationship could be completely simulated by machines feels like surrendering both human relationships and emotions themselves. It’s hard to imagine the further effects of society abandoning real relationships: the loss of passion, connection, and joy.

Of course, it’s uncertain if this will actually become a reality. For now, robot partners remain predominantly a concept rather than a norm. But, it’s definitely an emerging trend to keep an eye out for.