This South Korean invention will have video calls from a virtual model. Mina is 22; a real model posed and recorded about a hundred messages. She has now been transformed into an App.
One would imagine that as technology progresses people would understand that the progress in mindsets would follow. Apparently it isn’t so.
This is for lonely men; women are not supposed to feel lonely or want someone to talk to them.
Here are some lines she speaks:
“I saw a horror movie today and I’m so scared.”
This just reinforces the belief that women are fearful little creatures who need to be saved even from horror movies, when the bloke who is watching her is the one horrified of his own life.
“I miss you honey! Good night, I will see you in my dreams.”
Fine. It would take a fool to believe this, knowing that he has got the application, and he knows she has never seen him. But it can give men the power to believe that their invisibility, their lack of grooming, their persona are irrelevant and they can get away with being bumpkins and bums.
“Are you still sleeping? Time for breakfast!”
This line assumes that she is the one who will be serving him. I am sure she is not waking him up to get her breakfast in bed. So the spoilt brat of a man can get a bit of extra snooze and the scent of waffles instead of getting egg on his face.
At $1.99, Mina comes cheap, which is again a problem because men will begin to think that women are easy to get. You think I am just over-reacting to some fun? She is on call. Said one bloke:
“Mina called me while I was working overtime. This is just great.”
Poor, tired souls, these men. And they need women for refreshment.
And this one clinches it:
“I wish I could meet Mina before I die.”
The martyr fella. It isn’t a fantasy; it is payback time for all the charged up moments she gave him. Now if only Mina could land up there with an ice pick. Dying can get lonely.