Dave Hockey, aged 57, is a Canadian man with a lust for travel in ways other globetrotters might not consider. He has left his wife at home to cavort around the globe in the company of his sex dolls. Together, Dave and his bogus bimbos have journeyed across Great Britain and America, sharing the wonder and excitement of Stonehenge, Niagara Falls, and The Grand Canyon.
Dave allows his fake girls to travel in style. He buys lavish and very costly outfits, accessories, wigs and stilettos for them. In total, he has spent more than US $16,200 on travel and outfits for the dolls including more than $1,000 on lingerie alone. He says that his wife doesn’t mind his expensive and rather bizarre departures.
In his own words:
“My wife understands it is a hobby. The dolls don’t threaten her, as she knows I’m not going to run off with an 80-pound piece of silicone shaped like a woman! I purchased my first dolls in November 2006. They looked cute. I think the dolls are pretty and any man is lying if he says they aren’t.”
In the process of making his own documentary, he filmed a seven-week road trip across America from his home in Nova Scotia to San Diego. Along for the ride were his life-size dolls: Jessica, Gabrielle, Jocelyn, Lilly, Ruby, Jenny, and Bianca. The full collection includes smaller dolls as well, such as Carley, Samantha, Diana, Miyuki, Jessica, Janelle and Nita.
Some might say these dolls make perfect traveling companions. After all, they are not in a position to complain about bad behavior, travel arrangements, accommodations, lost luggage, unexpected destinations, etc.
Still, strange shadows linger of dark stories about ventriloquists who cannot separate from their dummies and other unnatural attachments to inanimate objects. It is one thing to enjoy these dolls in the privacy of your home, but to not be able to separate from them seems to relate another very disturbing scenario.
Dave insists that his collection is just a hobby and that he is not an iDollator, which refers to a person who prefer dolls to people but he sure could have fooled me.
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