How to write from a point of view of an emotionless character?
I recently got an idea of writing a short story or extract where the main character is a homunculus, created by an alchemist, but she doesn't have any emotions. I know it may not be practical but I just thought it would be cool to experiment.
How should I approach it? What kinds of things can she experience and what things can she not? I don't want to make her the stereotypical dark and cold emotionless type, I want her to be just simply neutral, maybe even putting on a fake, forced friendliness.
Thanks in advance.
P.S. Would an emotionless character find people attractive?