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  1. The recent "sex doll" thread got me thinking...If someone manufactured an essentially perfect woman, in the style of the Blade Runner replicant and/or the "Ex Machina" women, how much would you pay to own one? She is physically just like a woman, but you press a button and store her in a closet. She is a robot, like "Alecia" from that Twilight Zone episode where the prisoner is banished to an asteroid. $10K $100K $500K ? I think the money charged for such an item could realistically go WAY WAY higher. I can't help but wonder if lawmakers would ban such an item for reasons I can't quite imagine. You can't "traffic" a robot, and for the sake of argument, let's say it's impossible to get a disease from such a robot. So why regulate such an item? Feel free to opine on any of these topics.