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dollification: the process of evolving, mentally and physically, into a "living doll."
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 Post subject: OK, this is an extremely strange one..
PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2009 4:19 am 
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This weekend, we had a little play with a very doll like girl.
She was slight, delicate and doll like, a true head and a half shorter than Her, who is almost a head shorter than Him.. It was not actually doll play, just a general 3-way romp..

Now, here's the kicker, and begining of our discussion..

She has survived childhood cancer , which has led her to have her delicate form, low platelet count, teetering walk, and poll like facial proportions.

Is this a fetishisation of disability, and is that in and of itself wrong?

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 Post subject: Re: OK, this is an extremely strange one..
PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:17 am 
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Rubberwitch wrote:
Is this a fetishisation of disability, and is that in and of itself wrong?

its only wrong if you regard a disabled individual as something less than human because of their affliction, otherwise youre on strong moral ground by not discriminating. In the UK there are a couple of charities that raise funds for kinky disabled people to enable them to find partners. Disabled people are no different to the able bodied in any way except physically, perhaps you should consider that she is fetishising you just as you are fetishising her and for the same reasons

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 Post subject: Re: OK, this is an extremely strange one..
PostPosted: Tue Aug 18, 2009 7:21 am 
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Rubberwitch wrote:
Is this a fetishisation of disability, and is that in and of itself wrong?


In my opinion, no and no.

It may be the result of something from the past (and we are all products of that, whether mentally or physically or both), but it is the person in the here and now who has captured your attention. And as any disabled person will tell you, they are not their disability. If the disability is a factor in compatibility, and not the only point of compatibility, then it's more than just a fetishisation...the person simply has those features, and the reasons why they have them aren't important.

Having said that, even if it were the case, as long as everyone is aware, self-aware, and happy, then what does it matter? If all parties are getting their needs met, then sometimes it's not necessary to dwell on the whys and wherefores...but better to simply have joy in the fact that when something works, it just is.

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