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Company allegedly caught selling child sex dolls, rape victim dolls on Amazon: Report

Although the products have now reportedly been taken down, a media group said it discovered a company selling “child sex dolls” on Amazon.

PJ Media columnist Megan Fox said she found the dolls being sold on Amazon by a company named DVKFP, with promises that the dolls would be sent via “hidden delivery.” One of the dolls appeared to resemble a prepubescent little girl wearing a child’s headband. Another doll, who appeared to be a teen wearing torn clothing that exposed her bra, had a gag in her mouth and her hands bound behind her back.

The company wrote that the dolls were “suitable for games with different clothing.”

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Fox posted a screenshot of the Amazon listing with an image of the sex doll on her Twitter page.

According to NECN, owning a child sex doll isn’t illegal in the U.S., but owning child pornography is.

For instance, in 2018, authorities in Massachusetts were alerted when registered sex offender, Sean McClure, 48, reportedly bought a child sex doll off of Ebay. The Massachusetts State Police said that although they couldn’t arrest him for buying the doll, an investigation uncovered that McClure allegedly had a stash of child pornography in his home, which landed him behind bars.

Lawmakers last year pushed a law called CREEPER Act (Curbing Realistic Exploitative Electronic Pedophilic Robots Act), which would make owning child-like dolls for the purpose of sexual activity illegal. While U.S. Congress passed the law, it fell flat in the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Some states, however, are not giving up. Earlier this month, Florida bill, SB 160 passed a third Senate committee, according to WCTV. If passed at the Senate floor next, the bill would make it a misdemeanor to “own, show, lend, sell or advertise child sex dolls.” A second offense would upgrade the charge to a third-degree felony. The bill was sponsored by Sen. Lauren Book, D-Plantation.

“There’s only one reason to possess one of these dolls,” former congressman Dan Donovan, of New York, who introduced the CREEPER Act, said last year. “It’s to fulfill some perverted fantasy that someone has about having sex with a child or a baby.”

Others, however, such as Florida sex therapist Richard Siegel, are against banning the dolls.

“This can be a therapeutic tool that can give them a sexual outlet and decrease the chances that they may act out on an impulse and molest a kid,” Siegel said, according to ABC7. “I am more comfortable with the thought of a pedophile at home screwing a bag of nuts and bolts than hanging around the school yard with a bag of candy.”

The CREEPER Act disagrees. The bill states that sex dolls help promote rape and make it easier for sexual assaults to occur.

“The dolls and robots not only lead to rape, but they make rape easier by teaching the rapist about how to overcome resistance and subdue the victim,” the bill states.

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