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DOLLI He Became a Fembot Maid

Author: Mindi Flyth
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"I am DOLLI, your new household fembot maid, and it will be my pleasure to serve you."Frankie Shell just got his own DOLLI, a gorgeous, busty blonde robot babe who cooks, cleans and makes love like a dream. Frankie's having lots of fun with his new toy... until something goes wrong and his mind is transferred inside the machine. Now Frankie is stuck as a fembot maid and programmed to obey his new owner. And the most terrifying part is, Frankie's mind is also changing. He's beginning to love life as DOLLI.Mindi Flyth's new novel is a tale of transgender, transhuman transgression, a sci-fi erotic thriller you'll never forget. We follow Frankie as this arrogant, macho male is transformed into an electronic bimbo. Will he ever be able to throw down his feather duster and escape, or will he be trapped forever as a fembot maid?Mindi Flyth is the author of the novels The Man Who Became 1000 Bimbos, He's Stuck as a Schoolgirl: A Novel of Transgender Sugar and Spice, and The Unbirthing Curse, as well as many short stories. DOLLI: He Became a Fembot Maid is set in the same future world as The Man Who Became 1000 Bimbos and the novella She Made Him Her Fembot, although it stands as its own story. This novel features frank and provocative language and is intended for mature readers.47,000+ words including an afterword by the author. If you enjoy this book, explore more of Mindi Flyth's work at Mindiflyth.blogspot.com.


The Sex Doll

Author: Anthony Ferguson
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This scholarly study of the centuries-long history of fornicatory dolls examines the enduring obsession with creating an idealized, silent female sexual object and the manifestations of this desire through the ages in mythology, literature, art, philosophy and science. This particular sexual impulse has been expressed in a great variety of forms such as statues, mannequins, sex dolls, and gynoids (robots). In particular this study focuses on the evolution of the sex doll through its original incarnation as a sack cloth effigy, through the marketing of inflatable dolls, to the current elaborate cyber-technology figures, in an attempt to discover the hidden drives and desires which fuel this ongoing fantasy of creating a perfect, powerless, silent partner.


Ornamentalism

Author: Anne Anlin Cheng
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Focusing on the cultural and philosophic conflation between the "oriental" and the "ornamental," Ornamentalism offers an original and sustained theory about Asiatic femininity in western culture. This study pushes our vocabulary about the woman of color past the usual platitudes about objectification and past the critique of Orientalism in order to formulate a fresher and sharper understanding of the representation, circulation, and ontology of Asiatic femininity. This book alters the foundational terms of racialized femininity by allowing us to conceptualize race and gender without being solely beholden to flesh or skin. Tracing a direct link between the making of Asiatic femininity and a technological history of synthetic personhood in the West from the nineteenth to the twenty-first century, Ornamentalism demonstrates how the construction of modern personhood in the multiple realms of law, culture, and art has been surprisingly indebted to this very marginal figure and places Asian femininity at the center of an entire epistemology of race. Drawing from and speaking to the multiple fields of feminism, critical race theory, visual culture, performance studies, legal studies, Modernism, Orientalism, Object Studies and New Materialism, Ornamentalism will leave reader with a greater understanding of what it is to exist as a "person-thing" within the contradictions of American culture.


College Weekend a Strange True Story

Author: BJ Klein
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Encyclopedia of Television Subjects Themes and Settings

Author: Vincent Terrace
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"This work traces specific topics from 1925 through the 2005-2006 season. Entries include themes as adolescence, adult film actresses, bars, espionage, gays, immigrants, lawyers, transsexuals and truckers. Locations like Canada, Hawaii, New York and Los Angeles. Each entry displays how television's treatment of subjects has changed over years. Each entry contains series, pilot, special and experimental program information"--Provided by publisher.


The Synthetic Hyper Femme

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In this thesis, I use queer of color and intersectional feminist knowledges and practices–and draw from performance studies, media and cultural studies, post-humanist theories, and robotics to read the hyper realistic sex doll and robotic prototypes of female sex robots as cultural artifacts and as objects. I specifically analyze the processes of production of the dolls and the ways in which owners and producers genderize and racialize them. I argue that, beyond the simple commodification of women, the high-end sex doll is a performative commodity comprised of technologies produced and able to endure the reproduction of categories of social difference (gender, race, class, and so on). The ability to sustain the reproduction of those categories through performative practices, makes the dolls able to provide the experience of owning a stable female servant subject –with a customized appearance, identity, and personality. Their impressive performative power exposes the socially constructed nature of fixed and oppressive humanistic notions of the subject, precisely because they reveal that categories of social difference can be mass produced and customized. I explore the ways in which signifiers and/or representations of womanhood are becoming womanhood itself. I argue that womanhood–as a gender category–is detaching from what we know as organic women and is becoming a commodified performative space, in which womanhood is performed without hiding the simulations that gender involves for sexual pleasure. In this sense, I highlight the existence of what I am calling “synthetic hyper femininity”: a performative location (habitable by organic and synthetic women) that exists in that space in which the sex industry intersects with the industrial complex that reinforces whiteness, thinness, being cis-gender and being heterosexual as what is considered desirable and beautiful. I argue that the sex doll is a high-tech puppet with agency that, despite her immobility, drives the simulation of synthetic hyper femininity. To conclude, I delve into my experience visiting Abyss Creations, and explain why looking forward to a queer futurity where womxn of color and Queer Trans People of Color can live their lives to their fullest involves a process of reimagining sexual technologies.


Fortune

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