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Re: Child size blow up dolls

Postby ReVamp » Fri Dec 07, 2012 7:41 am

The Beholder wrote:personally, i don't see the appeal to blow up dolls. but me general view is this:

victimless crimes are not crimes

I agree. Personally, I'd never get one. But if it helps a pedophile with their urges, then what's the problem? It's almost as if they're saying "the only way to fulfill your fantasy is to go out and rape a kid".
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Re: Child size blow up dolls

Postby shipwrecked heart » Fri Dec 07, 2012 8:44 pm

And they wonder why people offend.

Every time someone tries to find away to indulge their illegal fantasy in a safe, legal, victimless fasion (sex dolls, drawn images, et al.) they're thrown to the lions anyway.
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Re: Child size blow up dolls

Postby Blben » Fri Dec 07, 2012 11:24 pm

OMG someone has sex with a blow up doll and they put him in prison for life! God society is so beyond screwed up that its not even remotely funny. They should give pedophiles child like dolls if that prevents us from acting out with children.
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Re: Child size blow up dolls

Postby Graveyard » Sat Dec 08, 2012 5:43 am

UK law seems to be hurtling toward the principle that if something you do is offensive to some people, then you will be prosecuted for it. The thought police are taking over, and that's no exaggeration.

I was reading up on UK law with regards to what is deemed an 'illegal image', and it seems that cartoon porn is illegal on the basis that it's impossible to determine if a minor is being depicted.

So there you go. Your thoughts and feelings are illegal, even when they don't actually involve or affect another human being.
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Re: Child size blow up dolls

Postby The Beholder » Sun Dec 09, 2012 8:45 pm

i have to say, though, i'm offended by the suggestion that without some "outlet", rapes would take place. if rape itself is what someone desires, nothing can be an "outlet" for them
nothing justifies doing something sexually to someone that they did not invite. this should not need saying, but apparently people forget.
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Re: Child size blow up dolls

Postby FreeSpeech8 » Mon Dec 10, 2012 2:50 am

The Beholder wrote:i have to say, though, i'm offended by the suggestion that without some "outlet", rapes would take place. if rape itself is what someone desires, nothing can be an "outlet" for them


Of course one can live in total abstinence of all sexual matters but what good does that do to the person with a desire that would be wrong to act upon? We all know what happened to those (certain) Catholic priests who lived in celibacy without any form of sexual outlet. They ended up molesting children.

This only illustrates that if someone has a sexual preference which could potentially harm other parties then alternative means of sexual release are important and can prevent crime. I don't quite understand what you mean by "nothing can be an "outlet" for them". So people cannot fantasize about rape and get a temporary sexual satisfaction by doing so? I don't personally swing that way but I don't see how it would be impossible for one to fantasize of it or watch simulated porn about it.
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Re: Child size blow up dolls

Postby javert » Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:06 am

No link to the article is provided. The OP writes "a paedophile who was caught with a 3ft 9 inch blow up sex doll along with other things he was jailed", and "I think he was jailed for having Indecent Images."

So why presume he was jailed for possessing the sex doll?
Why are you arguing against something that may not have even happened? :?

The sex doll may have only been included in the the article because it is a detail that is likely to capture reader interest. As most regular dolls are made to look like children, and are shorter than adult height, and often have removable clothes, I don't think possession of a child doll would count as a jailable offence in most jurisdictions.

Perhaps save the outrage for occasions when it really is called for?
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Re: Child size blow up dolls

Postby The Beholder » Mon Dec 10, 2012 3:27 am

FreeSpeech8 wrote:Of course one can live in total abstinence of all sexual matters but what good does that do to the person with a desire that would be wrong to act upon? We all know what happened to those (certain) Catholic priests who lived in celibacy without any form of sexual outlet. They ended up molesting children.


all catholic priests live in celibacy. the issue there is that the desire those men (and women, nuns and female teachers committed rapes as well) had was for rape. that they were in positions of authority that allowed them to carry those rapes out is the reason they happened. that would still have happened if they'd regularly engaged in harmless sexual activity, because that's not what they desired. they desired the feeling of power that comes from dominating someone who could not defend themselves. people who desire that cannot be appeased, and someone like myself who does not desire that cannot be made to desire it through abstinence. it is a myth that someone who is not sexually satisfied will suddenly desire to force themselves on someone.
nothing justifies doing something sexually to someone that they did not invite. this should not need saying, but apparently people forget.
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Re: Child size blow up dolls

Postby Musicman » Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:50 am

The Beholder wrote:i have to say, though, i'm offended


Shocker. Can't say I didn't see that coming.

You're always offended. Are you saying you don't believe in outlets?
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Re: Child size blow up dolls

Postby The Beholder » Mon Dec 10, 2012 5:11 am

i don't believe that people who don't have outlets are any more likely to rape than those who do. outlets don't prevent rape. they ease frustration, but a person can't get so sexually frustrated that they suddenly desire to hurt someone.
nothing justifies doing something sexually to someone that they did not invite. this should not need saying, but apparently people forget.
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