Shame on them! A Chinese website came under fire this week for sales of a “child size” sex doll.
According to HuffPo reports:
A Chinese website is under fire for selling disturbingly life-like child-size, sex dolls.
The disturbing advert, spotted by an advocacy group on Facebook called Dining for Dignity, shows the model of a girl, who does not look much older than 9 or 10.
Described as a “beautiful young girl sex doll for men,” the item costs $178 and is available to ship worldwide.
Worryingly 57 of them have been sold so far to customers in the US, UK, Japan, Germany, and more, the advert shows.
The product listing boasts that it is highly flexible, and that “all three holes can be used.”
Dining for Dignity has now set up a protest page to pressure DHgate – one of China’s top global merchants platforms – into removing the item or banning the seller.
It’s petition reads, ”This negligence is fueling human sex trafficking, pedophilia, violent rape, and more.”
According to Jezebel reports, the doll has since been removed from the site:
According to a recent update on the petition’s page, it seems that Dhgate has been quick to comply:
Yes, we collectively made a difference! The NY Daily News covered our story today. A rep from DH Gate contacted me, removed the doll in question and took a stand against pedophilia! Thank you so much for caring and making a difference. Your voice matters.
We’re glad they yanked this product off the shelves! And SMH at them boasting “all three holes can be used.”