There has been a huge increase in the number of men in Australia purchasing sex dolls. They claim it beats sitting in Melbourne traffic. One tradie named Rod even created an Instagram account for his doll, Karina.
Despite being illegal in Australia, paedophiles continue to import child sex dolls. They will go to extreme lengths to get around the law.
Child-like sex dolls
Child-like sex dolls, which depict the body of a young child, are increasingly being abused for sexual purposes. In response, many countries have banned them. However, little research has been done to study their effect on people who use them. There is also a lack of evidence about their effectiveness at deterring actual sexual abuse of children.
A Singaporean student has been charged with importing one of these dolls in Australia. He is facing up to 15 years in jail if convicted. His arrest followed a two-month investigation by the joint anti-child exploitation team, with assistance from NSW police and the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre.
An online seller – known as “Sexy Lady Fox” – gave a disturbing justification for selling the dolls, which are classified as child sex material under Australian law. The dolls are marketed as an outlet for paedophiles’ uncontrollable sexual urges. Research suggests that they may cause escalation in sexual offences against children, including contact sexual offending. They can also desensitise users to the harm that real child abuse causes.
Sex dolls for sale
Sex dolls for sale are often available online, which is a convenient option for Australians who want to buy them without leaving home. They are also easy to purchase from a reputable online store that sells adult toys. However, you should always keep your sex doll in a safe place and away from direct sunlight and sources of moisture.
While some people may have negative preconceived notions about sex doll owners, they are not always misogynistic or perverted. For example, Rod bought Karina because she reminded him of his Vietnamese girlfriend. This is a good thing because he is now in a happy relationship.
Sex dolls for sale are a great way to enjoy sexual pleasure, and they can be customised to suit a person’s personal fantasies. They are also useful for men with a variety of sexual needs, including those with a low libido. They can help men experience explosive orgasms and improve their sexual health.
Sex dolls in Melbourne
Unlike early dolls made of vinyl and latex that bore only a passing resemblance to the female body, today’s sex dolls are often very realistic. Some companies such as JBDI, based in New York, even offer the option to have your own sex doll customised to your exact specifications. They also ship to 140 different countries.
A new trend has emerged in Melbourne, where people are using sex dolls as fake passengers to qualify for the faster transit lane on highways. A post on Reddit went viral after a user shared an image of a man driving his car with a lifelike doll in the passenger seat.
Wild Secrets, a Victoria-based adult toy retailer, has seen a huge increase in sales of their popular life-sized doll, Donna. The company’s marketing manager, Adam Lea, told Herald Sun that the increase in demand is due to commuters using Donna as a travel partner to qualify for the transit lane on the Eastern Freeway.
Sex dolls in Australia
A 62-year-old man has been arrested for importing childlike sex dolls into Australia. The Australian Border Force (ABF) said it discovered the dolls at a home in the Grafton area of NSW. He was charged with importing prohibited goods and possessing child abuse material.
The dolls are anatomically correct and resemble prepubescent children. They can be customized by customers to suit their preferences. They can also be made to resemble the wearer’s partner or a family member.
While there are no laws in Australia that regulate or prohibit sex dolls, they may be used for sexual purposes. According to Caitlin Roper, author of Sex Dolls, Robots and Woman Hating, the dolls are often used by lonely men to satisfy their sexual fantasies.
The ABF has seized over 30 childlike sex dolls since the COVID-19 lockdown began, up from just 30 in the previous financial year. It has also teamed up with an anti-sexual exploitation group to shut down online retailers that sell the dolls.