Apr 12, 2018

Children's Commissioner criticises Amazon over Child Sex Dolls

England's Children's Commissioner says Amazon should remove "Disgusting" child sex dolls from its website, after a BBC investigation found they continue to be sold on its platform. More than a dozen child sex dolls were found for sale on Amazon Marketplace. In July 2017, a judge ruled child sex dolls were obscene items and therefore covered by the 1979 Customs and Excise Management Act. A couple from Durham were horrified to find that a child sex doll came up in the results for their online search for sex toys. The head of policy at the children's charity NSPCC, Almudena Lara, highlighted the danger child sex dolls can pose to children.

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