Should Sex Robots With Simulated Rape Settings Be Banned?

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One response to “Should Sex Robots With Simulated Rape Settings Be Banned?

  1. It seems as though the company generally agreed with the fact that it would be wrong to make a “rape doll” and states that isn’t what has happened and is not what was asked for by the companies consumer base. However, I disagree that such a doll would normalize rape, but perhaps it would make it “easier” to obtain a rape-like response from the doll. We must remember that these dolls are not humans, though they may look like them, and however disturbing this may be to people without psychiatric issues, I believe to ban this type of doll would violate most particularly the 9th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution (understanding the article is for UK Policy) in conjunction with the 1st, 3rd, and 4th Amendments which granted the right for women to use birth control in the SCOTUS Griswold v. Connecticut case of 1965. This would also protect the use of sex dolls or sex toys in a private home without regard to how realistic these dolls are or sexually deviant these actions may be. If sex dolls like this were banned, wouldn’t it also entail that any household stimulation of crime of any type must also be banned? (I’m looking at you video-gamers). Unfortunately, no matter how intuitively wrong the allowance of rape dolls would be to any society, the United States Constitution grants that people are protected from governmental intrusion into their homes.

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