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Published On: Wed, May 2nd, 2018

Shocking sex robot factory in Japan making ‘child sexbots,’ journalist shaken to tears

The BBC Three documentary titled “Sex Robots and Us” took journalist James Young to Japan for a tour of factory creating life-size, lifelike robots created for the purpose of sexual gratification. The shocking realization of the debauchery struck the man, drawing him to tears, when they covered the section where childlike “sexbots” were being assembled.

Young said afterward that “the encounter was ‘horrific.’ I just had to get out of there.”

photo/ Michael Jamoluk via pixabay.com

During the video clip, watch it below, an object without clothes is lying in front of James. With tears in his eyes, the presenter asks manufacturer Hiro Okawa: “What is this doll?”

Some of these dolls resemble children as young as three years old and can be customized to feature lifelike facial expressions, including sadness and fear.

“We have to leave it to the customer’s imagination for the actual age setting,” Okawa responds.

“Of course, I understand what you are trying to say. But there might be some kind of sentiment to petite, kid-like size.”

“It’s fine but I presume there are many ways of perceiving the issue so we only sell this model within Japan” the creator added.

Life Site News summarized: “While some assert that increasingly lifelike child sex dolls and “sexbots” will serve as a deterrent to criminal sexual acts against children by pedophiles, many experts believe the nascent, burgeoning industry will encourage sexual predation, leading to an increase, not a decrease, in the sexual exploitation of children.”

“Such dolls that have been confiscated at the borders in … the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada, to name a few … contain anatomically correct body parts and orifices (mouth, vagina, and anus) which can be used to accommodate an adult male penis,” according to thecrimereport.org.

“From YouTube to Instagram, and Twitter to Pinterest, videos and links to online markets for child sex dolls are being posted on the biggest social media sites,” NBC’s New York affiliate reported this weekend.

“On one YouTube channel called Pretty Dolls, which has since been removed, videos about life-sized dolls that look like children and are sold for a dark purpose have been watched more than 100,000 times,” the report continued.  “In addition to the social media listings, Google Shopping also offered child sex dolls — and there were listings even on Amazon.”

While YouTube and Twitter quickly removed offending links and sites in response to the NBC investigation, other child sex doll promotions popped up, revealing how pervasive the problem is and how determined both suppliers and customers are to do business.

About the Author

- Writer and Co-Founder of The Global Dispatch, Brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professionally in 2003 on Crazed Fanboy before expanding into other blogs and sites. Appearing on several radio shows, Brandon has hosted Dispatch Radio, written his first novel (The Rise of the Templar) and completed the three years Global University program in Ministerial Studies to be a pastor. To Contact Brandon email [email protected] ATTN: BRANDON

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