The concept of a realistic reborn dolls for adoption is nothing new . Reborns, as they’re known within the community, have been created and collected by a vibrant group of artists and enthusiasts for quite some time. The reborn community is lively on YouTube, where collectors share “unboxing” videos, as well as influencer-style home videos. In one titled “Reborn Iyla’s Morning Routine,” a woman changes her reborn’s diaper and shows off the doll’s accessories, including a fully stocked diaper caddy. “I know that these reborn dolls for adoption are not real,” reads a disclaimer at the video’s beginning. “This is just role-playing on camera for fun and entertainment.” Participants seeking similar content also look to Instagram and private Facebook groups, where creators show off dolls for adoption they’ve handcrafted and collected.
The dolls are like any other collector’s item, except not all purchase them solely for their artistic value. In fact, as portrayed in Servant, many are drawn to the dolls for benefits they describe as therapeutic: elders suffering from cognitive decline, women who have suffered miscarriages and stillbirths, and even those who cannot or will not give birth, due to biological or psychological challenges. For them, a reborn is less like a doll, and more like a pet, or even an actual child — a reality they know, and accept, that many outside the community won’t fully understand.
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