shin takagi child like sex doll

I was absolutely shocked when I heard about Shin Takagi and the child-like sex dolls he makes. When I think about it, sure, it does appear a little strange that someone would spend so much time and effort recreating anatomically accurate children… for adults to have intercourse with! It’s really quite disturbing, and honestly, I don’t understand it.

At first, I thought it was just some urban legend, but no, it’s real. Shin Takagi is the founder of ‘Troxell Enterprises’, which specializes in ‘realistic models’; namely child sized sex dolls. Not only are these dolls made to look specifically like children, but they are also made to move and feel like them too. What’s really troubling though, is the fact that they are intended to be used for sexual purposes.

I can hear the protest from some people, vehemently saying that these dolls are perfectly fine, that they’re just fulfilling a need, and that they don’t hurt anyone. But I don’t necessarily agree with that, because if these dolls really do represent children, it’s encouraging an attitude and culture that normalises sexualising children. The thought alone makes me shudder.

The most disturbing thing for me is the fact that Shin Takagi claims that these dolls actually ‘prevent paedophilia’, as they provide a release of sexual energy, without involving an actual child. However, Wythenshawe, a study conducted in the United Kingdom found that paedophiles who engaged in simulated child sex acts in treatment therapy sessions, were more likely to engage in more serious abuse after they were released. So, this raises questions as to whether this is actually a preventative strategy, or could encourage the exact opposite.

I personally can’t condone the use of these dolls in any way. They might be made from silicon, cloth, and plastic, but that doesn’t make up for the fact that they are PETITELY designed to imitate real children. In my opinion, there needs to be more research on the effects of these dolls on potential offenders before allowing them on the market.

When I think about it, I just find it very strange. And, to be honest, I’m still trying to wrap my head around the idea of how somebody even thought to do this in the first place.

As if this wasn’t enough, these child-like sex dolls complicate and add a whole new layer to the highly delicate subject of paedophilia. Quite frankly, it’s an uncomfortable topic to say the least, and it throws some very disturbing moral questions onto the table.

It begs to wonder why someone would want to create and bring these dolls to life in the first place. Are they trying to make money from paedophiles? Are they trying to actually help people fight their urges? Are these dolls really harmless, or will they do more harm than good?

No matter what your opinion is, there’s no question that these doll present a perplexing dilemma. On one hand, paedophilia is a very serious crime and should be condemned and dealt with accordingly. On the other hand, everyone deserves a chance at reforming and leading a healthy, productive life. Regardless of the situation, the dilemma presented by Shin Takagi’s child-like sex dolls needs to be addressed and addressed soon.

In the long run, societies need to decide if these dolls are an acceptable solution, and if the risk of further perpetuating paedophilic behaviour is worth taking. Only through proper research, a better understanding of all angles of this problem, and education, can we begin to make a real difference in this potentially dire situation.

Even though it is baffling to me as to why Shin Takagi created these dolls, there is still a chance for a positive outcome. He might have been misguided in his original goals but, with the right guidance from authorities, Penis Rings there could be a way to turn his mistake into a potential solution to paedophilia. By further educating ourselves on these dolls, and coming up with a proper, sensible solution, we could finally put this problem to rest.

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