Kazakhstan Man ‘Marries’ A Doll

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A bodybuilder from Kazakhstan has ‘married’ a doll he dated for eight months before proposing a year ago.⁣

Yuri Tolochko is seen kissing the doll, who goes by the name, Margo, who appeared a bit stiff in her very revealing white gown as she clutches a bouquet of flowers and stares into the distance.⁣

The couple also shared a romantic first dance in front of dozens of guests who attended the traditional ceremony, which was shared on Instagram. ⁣

Yuri claims he first met Margo at a night club, where he rescued her from some unwanted attention, and the pair were due to get married in March before the Covid-19 crisis hit the world.⁣

He told the Daily Star that the ceremony was delayed a second time after he was attacked during a transgender rally in the Kazakh city of Almaty on the 31st October, where he suffered concussion and a broken nose after dressing as a woman for the march.⁣

Yuri booked his doll wife-to-be in for cosmetic surgery earlier this year, at a clinic with qualified cosmetic surgeons.⁣

He explained: “When I presented her photo to the world, there was a lot of criticism and she began to develop a complex so we decided to have plastic surgery. She has changed a lot. At first, it was hard to accept but I got used to it later on. It was at a real clinic with real doctors.”⁣

The bodybuilder identifies as a pansexual, and can fall in love with “a character, an image, a soul, just a person”.⁣

He said he also loves BDSM – bondage and discipline, domination and submission, sadism and masochism.⁣

The only requirements for a wedding to take place in Kazakhstan are that both consenting parties have to be male and female and over 18 years old.⁣

Last year, a 21-year-old woman ‘married’ a zombie doll in a ceremony in the US and planned to start a family, using a sperm donor.⁣

1. How did Margo consent or say her vows. ⁣
2. Why was no one wearing a mask, especially Margo.⁣
3. Who walked Margo down the aisle?

1. I’m impressed by the attendees commitment to this foolishness. ⁣
2. Mental illness is real. ⁣

Source: The Sun & Yurii Tolochko


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