Sex doll illegal, what a wild topic! You know, it gets even more interesting when you start to realize what implications it carries. For starters, it’s a touchy subject because sex dolls are something that hasn’t been normalized yet. Now imagine if it became illegal – how would that play out? Well, let me tell you what I think.

At first, I was rather surprised that making a sex doll illegal was even talked about, let alone proposed. After all, it’s a toy and you must be 18 or older to buy one, so why can’t it be just like any other object? What about the people who genuinely need them, because they have physical issues that get in the way of intimacy? Not to mention people who just want to indulge in a non-harmful fantasy. Suddenly, the thought of sex dolls being illegal didn’t seem right.

My understanding of it is that sex dolls can actually be very beneficial for people with physical or emotional issues. They’re a protective barrier for some, hardly a temptation for others. It’s a way of getting the pleasure they so long for without the fear of judgement and potential harm. I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t deeply invested in finding out how this could be prevented.

Then I did a bit of research and found some facts that gave me a better understanding of the issue. I found out that the sex doll industry is, in fact, unregulated. That means there’s no real protection for the consumers. Even if you may think that the dolls are innocent, they can have dangerous flaws which could, in theory, lead to abuse or criminal activities. That could, of course, sex toys explain the drive to make them illegal.

I also came to learn that we should be taking a closer look at the protections in place against the people who make and sell them. It seemed obvious that a way to prevent the harms the dolls could bring was necessary, though I still wasn’t sure that making them illegal was the best way to go about it. I did my best to look at it objectively before forming an opinion.

The conclusion I reached was that a better answer was to regulate the industry and ensure that the standards met by the dolls were safe and of high quality. The existing statutory laws provide some protection and I feel like enforcing them even more would make it safer for anyone who wants to own a sex doll.

Obviously, this is just my opinion, but I think it’s a reasonable one. The last thing anyone wants is to be taken advantage of, so better enforcement of existing laws seems like the right way to tackle this issue. It could also potentially make the market of sex dolls bigger, vibrators as it would add a layer of safety and security. That way, it’s a win-win for everyone involved.

Kinda makes sense, right? Of course, this is just scraping the surface when it comes to the legal implications of sex dolls, so let’s take a deeper look. In the second part of this discussion we’ll dive into the moral and ethical dilemmas this brings, how it could affect public safety, and the influence of religion in the equation. So, let’s get started!