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Study of the Sex Dolls 2

This paper was written to identify socio-psychological variables that are related to the

Acceptance/use of a humanoid robot and flat chest sex doll in the context of emotional and physical needs

intimacy. What are the relationships between sex and gender, religion, or sexual values (independent variables).

Acceptance and use of dolls (depending variable)

Methods and samples

The Institutional Review Board approved a 34-item survey.

The University of the Southeast in the USA. A survey link was sent via email.

sent to undergraduates in the sexuality/marriage/family courses of the first author. No

Incentives were offered to participants in the survey. Survey included Likert type

Questions were asked to students regarding their willingness to use a humanoid or sex robot.

In the context of interpersonal sexual sex. A sex toy was defined as a “sex doll“.

Features that resemble a human partner but are unable to communicate or interact with them. The term

A humanoid robot is a machine that looks like a human.

If programmed, humanoid robots are able to communicate and interact with humans.

so.

Two questions were asked about mini sex doll. Understanding (“I understand”) was one.

How would someone prefer to have sex with an actual cheap sex doll?” and openness

“The idea of having a bbw sex doll to sex with for personal use.” Six questions dealt with the use of a sex doll for personal use.

Humanoid robot: Falling In Love ( “I believe it is possible for a humanoid to fall in love with another humanoid

robot”), No Headache (“Humanoid robots would never have a headache. ), Marriage

I believe people should be allowed to marry their robots humanoid,”, Sexual Need

The development of humanoid robotics to satisfy sexual needs is a good idea,”, Stigmatization

(“The use humanoid robots to have sex is stigmatized”) and Intimacy (“I can develop intimate relationships with them

“Intimacy feelings for a humanoid robotic” Demographic questions about gender, race, and age

religious commitment, etc. Questions about robot acceptance and its use were asked before that.

The survey was completed by 345 people. The overwhelming majority (81%) of respondents completed the survey.

Females were white (70% white, 15% Black, 8% Latinos, 3% Biracial and 3% Asian).

Other) and heterosexual (90%). Nearly three-quarters (72%) of respondents were first- or second-year students.

undergraduates. Nearly half of undergraduates (48%) were emotionally involved with a committed or engaged relationship.

Relationship, 37% weren’t seeing anyone/not involved and 14% were casually in a relationship

different people.

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