In the news: Caitlin Roper reveals shocking child sex abuse doll trade secrets

‘The sinister world of the illegal child sex abuse doll trade has been explored in a new book that reveals some shocking secrets.’

In her new book, Sex Dolls, Robots and Woman Hating, Campaigns Manager Caitlin Roper has uncovered some disturbing facts about the trade in child sex abuse dolls.



‘While such dolls and robots were marketed as companions for men to have their “perfect girlfriend” that could be stored away after use — and advocates claim they have many benefits for some men — Ms Roper said her research showed otherwise.

Ms Roper told NCA NewsWire some sex dolls were modelled on the bodies of children, toddlers and even babies.

“Essentially, they are replica girls for paedophiles to enact their fantasies of raping and sexually abusing a little girl,” she said.

“Some of the marketing for these products appears to deliberately appeal to paedophile fantasies of child abuse scenarios.

“This includes dolls photographed and advertised in defensive poses, with hands positioned protectively in front of its face, dolls that appear to be sad, crying or have red eyes, or even dolls with closed eyes as though they are sleeping or unconscious.”


Buyers can also select the body type, breast size, skin tone, hair colour and other features to create their own unique doll.

But Ms Roper said some child sex abuse doll sellers invited buyers to send a photo of the girl they wanted their doll to look like.

“Essentially, this means a buyer can send a photo of an actual child and a doll will be created in her likeness,” she said.

During her research, Ms Roper documented discussions on paedophile forums where men expressed their desire for sex dolls or robots modelled on specific girls whose pictures had been posted on social media.

“Dolls made in the likeness of actual girls, based on photos shared on social media, have already been sold on major online platforms like Amazon and Etsy,” she said.

“In theory, there’s nothing to stop anyone taking a photo of a child in a public place, or saving a photo publicly shared to social media, and commissioning a sex doll in their likeness.”

Read the full article here.

Caitlin’s book will be launched later this month and can be pre-ordered from Spinifex Press.

See also:

Our investigation exposing Etsy for selling child sex abuse dolls

Not a ‘Victimless’ Crime: How Child Sex Abuse Dolls Facilitate Crimes Against Children

Child sex abuse dolls: the facts

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  • Renee Chopping
    published this page in News 2022-08-15 11:30:07 +1000

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