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Sex dolls, a threat to marriage

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Sex dolls, a threat to marriage
Sex dolls, a threat to marriage

On Sunday morning, Voice cartoonist, Lesole Ntshole was travelling in a combi from the rank to Game City in Gaborone when he overheard a conversation between passengers, on the trending topic of sex dolls.

LADY IN BROWN SKIRT: It’s embarrassing what the world has become these days.

Everyone seems to be excited over the introduction of sex dolls in the markert, I’m not a big fun but I assume they are fantastic for training like any other sex toy out there.

The world must be coming to an end!

SHORT-HAIRED LADY: I give up. All along, there’s been shortage of men, and if dolls are to take over, how will the situation be?

We should brace ourselves for increased rate of divorce and broken families.

MAN IN RED T-SHIRT: I wonder what’s the attraction with dolls?

Why would a human being choose to bonk a plastic person, when there are single women out there?

I believe if we were to calculate the ratio of men to women in our country, one man would be to 15 women.

There’s clearly no shortage of women given the population.

LADY IN SPECTACLES: Imagine a child finding a doll in their parent’s bedroom.

What explanation would such a parent who owns a life sized doll for sex give to their child?

MAN IN RED T-SHIRT: The doll is said to cost about P29 000.

Why would one in their normal mind opt to pay that much for a mere doll, instead of using that amount of money to pay bogadi, and marry a woman? Strange!

MAN IN BLUE SHIRT: ( sounding annoyed) As people, we differ on how we choose to live our lives.

I actually would prefer to own a doll because it’s a hassle free relationship.

Those who prefer to sleep only with women should not judge those who prefer to experiment with dolls.

Our life our choice. Live and let live. No need to moralise on individual choices.

The conversation ends as passengers disembark from the combi at the Game City taxi rank.