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Aiko philosophy is now reality

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Aiko philosophy is now reality

Post  Arti on Sat Dec 25, 2010 4:13 am

A bonding relationship with an inanimate object goal is happening right now!

Born in the early 90s as lovable toys, reborn dolls (very realistic babies and toddlers) are now being sold as child additions (never grows up) and baby replacements (only if an infant can't be conceived).
The craftsmanship of this work is so realistic, I thought it would be good for more detailed realism in new Aikos.

Reborn kits (as apposed to a service) are also sold for do-it-yourselfers.
The thing that bothers me is, not the concept of selling babies and toddlers, but selling anatomically correct babies and toddlers.

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