Perverted animals that keep lifelike sex dolls for children made in Asia are held for 10 years

Sick perverts caught distributing or owning sex dolls that look like children who can stay behind bars for up to ten years under heavy new laws.

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Momentum is growing for a proposed ban on dolls in South Australia, supported by both sides of parliament.

SA-Best Upper House MP Connie Bonaros has proposed to introduce the Private Members Bill for anyone found guilty of producing, distributing or owning childish sex dolls for a maximum of 10 years in prison.

Made in Asian overseas markets, the dolls are designed to be as lifelike as possible.

Sex dolls that look like children will be banned in South Australia under a proposed new law, where anyone who is caught distributing or possessing it gets a prison sentence (stock image)

Sex dolls that look like children will be banned in South Australia under a proposed new law, where anyone who is caught distributing or possessing it gets a prison sentence (stock image)

Mrs Bonaros believes that the dolls should be treated in the same way as child pornography material.

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& # 39; Childish sex dolls – and I use that word loosely – are an emerging and increasing form of child exploitation material that must be clearly criminalized to prevent children from being abused, & # 39; she published on social media on Sunday.

& # 39; Experts warn that perverse, sickening dolls like this can normalize child abuse, encourage the sexualization of children, and increase the likelihood of a pedophile engaging in sexual activity with or toward children. & # 39;

& # 39; There is absolutely no evidence – none – that these sex dolls have any therapeutic benefit in preventing child abuse. & # 39;

& # 39; We must do what is necessary to protect children against all forms of child exploitation. & # 39;

According to figures from the Ministry of the Interior of Bonaros, around 133 child sex dolls were discovered by import authorities between 133 and 2018.

State MP Connie Bonaros says that the dolls should be treated as child pornography material

State MP Connie Bonaros says that the dolls should be treated as child pornography material

State MP Connie Bonaros says that the dolls should be treated as child pornography material

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A recent one Report from the Australian Institute of Criminology claimed that the dolls had the potential to give children a higher risk of abuse.

& # 39; The import of sex dolls for children in Australia has led to increasing concern, the report states.

& # 39; Although it is currently unproven, the use of child sex dolls can lead to escalation in children's sexual offenses, from viewing online material for exploitation of children to contact with sexual abuse. It can also make the user insensitive to the potential harm caused by the sexual assault of children, since such dolls do not provide emotional feedback.

& # 39; By selling child sex dolls, there is a risk that children will be objectified as sexual beings and that child sex becomes a commodity. Finally, there is a risk that childish dolls can be used to care for children for sex, just as adult sex dolls have already been used. & # 39;

Mrs Bonaros hopes that the bill will become legislation in the coming weeks.

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She saw a need for state-based laws after the proposed national legislation had expired at the last session of the federal parliament.

There are currently no penalties for someone who imports, sells, makes or owns the dolls.

Sex dolls for children have become an emerging form of material for the exploitation of children (stock image)

Sex dolls for children have become an emerging form of material for the exploitation of children (stock image)

Sex dolls for children have become an emerging form of material for the exploitation of children (stock image)

& # 39; The only capacity we have to intercept these dolls is covered by our customs law, but that is very weak because they can only be found and offended on such grounds as offensive property & # 39 ;, Bonaros said to the ABC.

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& # 39; Not allowing them to enter the country, if indeed they are intercepted, is one thing – but actually suing and prosecuting a person who tries is a completely different matter. & # 39;

It has support for the prohibition of state opposition.

& # 39; Labor wholeheartedly supports this law and looks forward to working with SA Best to ensure parliamentary passage, & # 39; shadow attorney general Kyam Maher said to the Adelaide advertiser.

Attorney General Vickie Chapman is considering the bill.

& # 39; This account undoubtedly ensures that these products are recorded in existing provisions & # 39 ;, said a government spokesperson.

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Mrs Bonaros also has public support.

& # 39; Why should we even ask to arrange such sick, perverse, covert activities. 100 years is not enough. Integrity is honesty, even when no one is looking, & wrote a voter.

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