‘Child-Size’ Sex Dolls Sold to Pedophiles on Amazon, Causes Outrage

‘Child-Size’ Sex Dolls Sold to Pedophiles on Amazon, Causes Outrage

Campaigners have condemned Amazon for selling the child-sized dolls

Seattle-based online retail platform Amazon briefly abandoned controversial sales of child sex doll several months ago because of an acute backlash, but the vendors have appeared to have restored their products.

Campaigners have condemned Amazon for selling the child-sized dolls, popular amongst pedophiles, although they are not marketed or advertised as silicone “kids.”

The dolls resemble small children, which campaigners insist will encourage adult users to take the next step into real child abuse.

“It’s outrageous Amazon is selling these appalling sex dolls that appear to look like children clearly aimed at those who fantasize about sexually abusing children,” Barnardo’s Chief Executive Javed Khan told the Sun Online.

“It’s just not OK,” he said.

Offenders “who tend to get arrested and charged for having images of children being horribly abused” are known to buy these type of dolls, Khan explains.

He stressed that those offenders “often have these dolls.”

Khan addressed the government urging it to criminalize the creation, sale, distribution and possession of such life-like adult toys.

According to Sputnik: A spokesman for Survivors Matter, a group for survivors of childhood sexual abuse echoed the call, demanding that Amazon remove the items from offer without delay.

“There is a risk that people using these dolls could become desensitized… (and) go on to harm children, as is often the case with those who view indecent images of children online,” Almudena Lara, a senior staffer at National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) chimed in, adding they have no hard evidence that using the dolls stops potential abusers from committing a crime.

The latter argument has been widely publicized on the internet, including social networks, in recent times.

The news comes as part of a second round of harsh criticism aimed at Amazon.

In a similar instance earlier this year, the retail platform took down child-like sex dolls from sale after charities initially voiced condemnation, claiming the use of such dolls arguably feeds a desire to abuse real children. However, the contentious offer appears to have been brought back.

Among the dolls currently on offer is one for £65, which has “the largest sweet and soft nipples.”

The doll’s Chinese manufacturer explains how “the chest can be filled with water, giving you the most beautiful and real feeling,” adding that it was “easy to clean.”

Another one, a slightly more costly item, boasts extended flexibility and enhanced durability, as it “withstands 380 pounds of pressure and a variety of movements or postures that subtly match all your interests,” the description says.

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