There was a famous bar, closed to the public, with a "Do Not Enter" sign on the metal door. Push the door through the thick red curtain; the light is dim. Before your eyes adapt to seeing in low-light conditions, you can see three young bodies: Right in front of the small stage beside a young woman, wearing only a green and white striped bikini and white silk stockings, on the sofa in the corner, lays a naked lady. The owner of the bar also owns a factory. These three "ladies" are made in his factory. These dolls weigh more than 50 pounds. Take her in your arms; she is heavy, she has no body temperature—the body is cool. The skin of these dolls looks smooth and delicate, and feels slightly astringent. And their skin is more elastic than real humans. They are often called "silicone dolls," or "inflatable dolls," and are used as sex toys. But for many, they are lovers, companions. Some would even find the factory where their loved ones were made, and they would come to worship.