Oh boy, this sure is a tough topic to talk about. I mean, really young sex dolls… It really makes you think. A few weeks ago I’m suspecting a friend of mine that he got into buying one of those. He was being quite secretive about it, coming home late and often forget to tell me his whereabouts. I started to ask myself why, and then found out what was going on.

It’s unbelievable that there’s a market out there for these kinds of products. Like, why would anyone want to buy a really young sex doll? I mean, it’s just wrong on so many levels. You don’t know what kind of manufacturing process they go through to produce, nor if the materials used are safe. It’s sad that people just turn a blind eye on these kind of issues, just because it’s profitable.

I understand that sex is seen as a means of relaxation and pleasure, but really you just need to be more responsible about it. People don’t think about the consequences of their behavior, and those kinds of products are not helping at all. Don’t get me wrong and think that I’m fundamentally opposed to sex toys in general, but I think that this is a little too far. It seems so wrong from a moral perspective.

It’s horrifying to see this kind of thing being accepted by society, when it involves something as valuable as a human life. Even if “it’s just a doll” it’s still a representation of real people, an object of power to bring joy and pleasure at the expense of somebody else. It sets a very wrong precedent and contributes to the objectification of people. We should be more conscious of these issues, and use our own moral standards to judge them from a ethical point of view, instead of being blinded by the glamorized image of pleasure.

On top of that, there are health concerns to it as well. Even if the product is perfectly safe and made of the best quality materials, there is still a real risk of transmission of infection if people engaging in sex do not properly take care of their dolls. Not to mention the emotional damage that can be inflicted by those fetishizing these young sex dolls, degrading real teenagers in the process. It’s just not okay.

I guess it comes down to the choices every person makes when it comes to sex. Real people should be respected and treated as equals, and that kind of goes hand in hand with not buying a young sex doll. We have already enough problems in this world, and by buying such things, we’re just enabling it to persist. Don’t you think it’s better to go for some other harmless form of pleasure instead? That’s why I think it’s important to spread awareness of this kind of thing, and to keep it from becoming normalized in society.

Now the thing is, my friend admitted to me what was he doing, and it turns out he was just curious about it. I didn’t condemn him or anything for having thoughts on these topics. Even so, I’m worried about him for even considering it, and I’m still trying to persuade him that these things just don’t make sense when you think about it. I’m not sure if I will be able to make him see things differently, but if that turns out to be inevitable, at least I tried.

There’s also the legal aspects of this. Obviously, some countries are more accepting of these kinds of products, while in many places it’s illegal to even own one. Even in the places where it’s not explicitly considered illegal, there are still some ethical boundaries to consider. It’s important to remember that, as law vary from country to country, so do moral ethics, so it’s important to look into the context of any particular situation when it comes to whether or not young sex dolls are alright or not.

All these moral issues aside, we still need to consider that we should not judge people that buy a young sex doll. It’s never easy to talk about these kind of impacted topics, and Penis Rings I think talking with somebody can be the right thing to do if we feel like our behaviour can be questionable. We just need to be responsible with our choices and consider the consequences of our actions, if we want to achieve a society that values not pleasure but respect and equality.