Amelia was looking for a volunteers to post something about feminism and coincidentally at the time I was looking at various sex toys online with a friend. She came to the section of "Sex dolls," something that I've never seen or looked at outside of "Lars and the Real Girl." The first entry was "Big Babe Bella," who is a "petite chubby [that] can’t wait to meet the chubby in your pants!" What stuck me most about the description is not only is "Big Babe Bella" given objectifying characteristics, the reviewers act the same way. "Big Babe Bella" apparently "takes it and takes it good." The doll serves as a completely submissive version of a woman, one that has "2 welcoming entries for supreme orgasms so choose her vagina or her anus."
Next we looked at "Wrap Around Lover Doll," a doll that can wrap fake limps around the penetrator. Like "Big Babe Bella," the doll is treated as if human, her description stating, "This sexy slut wants to wrap her long silky legs around you!" It concludes by saying, "She’s gotta have it hard, fast, and right now!" This casts the "Wrap Around Lover Doll" as a sex-craved woman, who wants it hard and fast. While the link between objectification of women and pornography can be shady at times, this seems like more of a direct line. They literally are objects in the form of a woman that exist entirely for whatever sexual pleasure the user wishes to inflict upon them.
We did find male sex dolls, but often they had an anal or oral passage, implying use by men. They also varied in their descriptions, such as "Mr. Stud Love Doll," who "is your perfect lover! His go the tool to satisfy your hot steamy fantasy," (Yes, there were grammer mistakes in the description) which lacks the feel of "submissive slut" that the descriptions of the female dolls had.
Here is a link to the website should anyone desire to explore for themselves: http://racy.com/love-dolls.html