Child sex doll imports expose previously unknown offenders

According to The Guardian a surge in the number of seizures of child-like sex dolls by border officers has led investigators to identify dozens of previously unknown suspected paedophiles.


Dan Scully, the deputy director for intelligence operations at the Border Force, said this showed that people who ordered the models, which are primarily manufactured in China and Hong Kong, often committed sex crimes.

“What’s critical, I think, for this investigation, [was that] these items were going to individuals, in many cases, who were committing other offences in relation to [the] harm of children,” he said. Scully added that that many were also previously unknown to UK law enforcement as potential paedophiles.

Collective Shout has recently joined forces with the Campaign Against Sex Robots to highlight the dangers of normalising sex robots and in particular child sex dolls. 

Jon Brown, head of development at the NSPCC, said: “There is no evidence to support the idea that the use of so-called child sex dolls helps stop potential abusers from committing contact offences against real children.”

Budget shopping app Wish is selling a range of child sex dolls for men to simulate sexual abuse. Wish is not an obscure website. Its Facebook page alone has almost 30 million followers. A major shopping app recommended for users aged 12 and above is profiting from the sale of child sex dolls. We cannot accept this.
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