Amazon's latest horror - pregnant sex dolls

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Last week we reported on Amazon selling hundreds of rape and incest themed books on their Australian and US sites. We have now discovered they are selling pregnant sex dolls as well. 

Amazon have a long history of profiting from harmful content and have repeatedly been forced to remove such products from their online stores. The Chairman of the Internet Watch Foundation on Amazon selling rape books in 2013 said “The directors of Amazon have a very difficult question to answer: why are they making profits from pornography which, on the face of it, seems to be criminal?”

But what are Amazon doing to ensure these products don't make it back onto their site in the future? Why should everyday citizens hold the responsibility of pointing out when inappropriate products are again found on Amazon?

At Collective Shout, we’ve been campaigning against Amazon for years. Back in 2010, after a global protest, Amazon removed The Pedophile’s Guide to Love & Pleasure: A Child-Lover’s Code of Conduct from its site, a book endorsing sexual crimes against children.

For a company as big as Amazon this simply isn't good enough. More must be done to ensure these damaging and harmful products stay off their website. 

Call to action: Contact Amazon

On Facebook and via their Australian Facebook

On Twitter

Target Amazon senior executives here: 


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