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  1. Emily
    October 3, 2022 @ 2:01 pm

    My partner and I are not capable of having children of our own and are not wealthy enough to adopt. So we purchased two of these child size dolls. Although we both have minor attractions, the dolls are very rarely used to fulfill sexual desires.
    Most the time, the dolls fill a deep need to express nurturing feelings. We dress them, hold and hug them, brush their hair, and attend their skin care needs (a requirement to keep TPE skin healthy).
    The very notion that dolls are used as “training” on how to commit child abuse is blatantly absurd. Those that are inclined to do such a thing, would not be inhibited by their sexual proficiency or lack there of.
    I can only see net positives if only one child was saved from abuse because the potential abuser found fulfilling sex with a doll.
    Isn’t that what we are told whenever governments want us to forfeit personal freedoms and privacy? If it saves just one child, it is worth it.


    • Dr. Jennifer Weeks
      October 3, 2022 @ 10:11 pm

      Thank you so much for sharing your personal experiences. This topic tends to inflame people’s emotions without thought to facts or people’s actual lived experiences. I can’t express enough how much I appreciate you sharing yours.


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