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May result in the Magnet invoking Love You and Everybody if the Magnet doesn't want to break their hearts, or lose any of them if/when they finally choose the person they really love.
Cranking this magnetism up results in Even the Guys Want Him/Even the Girls Want Her. Fanservice for characters designed to be a magnet for real-world people.
One big worry is that these facsimile females are becoming so humanoid, so realistic, that they will disrupt relationships between real human beings.
The new Roxxxy sex dolls, as advertised on the True Companion website, will have customized technology "to provide a perfect partner." They're a bit short of the Stepford wife model--they don't cook or clean--but as Hines says, they "do everything else." In an interview, Matt Mc Mullen tried to be reassuring, saying "sex dolls could never replace a real woman," and Hines has said Roxxxy is not meant to replace a real person but instead to supplement relationships--or serve as a replacement for a deceased partner or fill a gap when people are between relationships.
But he also suggests that the sex dolls are better than real women because of their willingness to do anything.
If the character only attains this level of popularity they have a girlfriend/boyfriend then Magnetic Girlfriend is in effect. Compare Clueless Chick Magnet, when the Chick Magnet doesn't even notice the effect they have, and The Charmer, who is seen as charismatic by others, including men.
Talking dolls have come a long way since 1959 when Mattel introduced its popular Chatty Cathy dolls that uttered phrases like "I love you!
For one thing, they represent a version of the age-old quest to use technology to create for The Perfect Woman.