Mom Who Spent $13,000 to Look Like a Sex Doll Won’t Let the Haters Get Her Down

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Sex dolls seem to be all over the news lately. From the first ever sex doll brothel opening in North America last month, to the invention of models that can talk back, it’s fair to say the subject is divisive.

Some believe that sex dolls will herald a new era of sexual freedom, and could even help men with sexual dysfunctions or provide an outlet for people with “violent desires.” Others believe that sex dolls literally objectify women, while removing the complexity of real-life human relationships.

And although female sex dolls dominate the news, male versions are also causing concern, at least according to the Daily Star.

Mom Who Spent £10,000 to Look Like a Sex Doll Won't Let the Haters Get Her Down
Source: Daily Hive

The British tabloid investigated the trend of male sex dolls, including the claim that real men are concerned about “becoming redundant in the bedroom.”

Well, one woman from the UK is taking the sex doll trend to new levels, but not in the way you might think. The mother-of-two admires the dolls’ synthetic appearance so much, she’s had expensive surgery to look like one.

Cindy Moore has spent £10,000 (roughly $13,000) on achieving her dream aesthetic, which began as a revenge makeover on her cheating fiance.

Mom Who Spent £10,000 to Look Like a Sex Doll Won't Let the Haters Get Her Down
Source: Cindy Moore

After the split, the 32-year-old lost 70lbs, taking her from a UK size 24 to a 12 (US size 20 to 8). She’s since had a boob job, three sets of fillers in her lips, and hair extensions in the hopes of achieving her ideal look.

Although Cindy loves her new appearance, it does have its downsides, with other moms from her children’s school bullying her online and at the school gates.

She told The Metro: “Since I lost the weight, I get dirty looks everyday when I’m picking my kids up, and I’ve just had enough.

Mom Who Spent £10,000 to Look Like a Sex Doll Won't Let the Haters Get Her Down
Cindy before her transformation. Source: The Metro

“Apparently after the six-week holiday, my daughter said loads of her friend’s mums told them not to talk to her because of me.

“I think they are very jealous and the kids at school are telling my children they think I’m pretty and cool but that their mums can’t stand me, which is quite a sad thing considering they don’t know me.

“That they’re being forced to not like someone just because of the way they look.”

Cindy attempted to fight back, shaming the moms in a Facebook post. But it backfired, with the post being removed after the other children’s parents resorted to racist insults.

Mom Who Spent £10,000 to Look Like a Sex Doll Won't Let the Haters Get Her Down

She said: ‘I’ve been called Pete Burns, tart, slag, ugly, fake, one of the mums even called me n***a, which I thought was disgusting, others threatened to beat me up or said things like ‘why don’t you cover your tits.’ I feel like I’ve been lynched.

“I would say out of the whole school, only about three mums say hello to me. Other mums just stare at me as soon as I arrive or pull faces.

She continued: “They have no right to judge a person on their appearance. Hopefully that sort of behaviour doesn’t transcend down to the children.

Mom Who Spent £10,000 to Look Like a Sex Doll Won't Let the Haters Get Her Down
Cindy with her children Lacey and Max. Source: The Metro

“I teach my children that appearances can be deceiving. And you should never judge a book by its cover or bully someone because they are different or their opinions are different. That’s called bullying.

“You can call me every name under the sun it isn’t gonna make me ugly or you beautiful, just saying.”

Nevertheless, Cindy won’t let the haters get her down, reiterating her point by posting a selfie in a t-shirt that reads “Haters gonna hate.”

Mom Who Spent £10,000 to Look Like a Sex Doll Won't Let the Haters Get Her Down

Speaking of both the positive and negative attention her unique look brings, Cindy said: “Attention from people doesn’t bother me. I dress up for me! To feel good and confident and glamourous.”

“I believe glamour is a weapon. The sex doll persona has been created on social media because of my look. But I’m just a normal protective Mum who works hard for my children.”

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