Won’t Someone Think Of The (Plastic Non Human) Children!

One Sydney man has been charged with owning a doll ­allegedly in the shape of a girl “12 to 14 years of age” and is set to fight the charges by claiming it does not fit the legal definition of “child abuse material”.

And it wasn’t long before the feminists were gleefully Tweeting this latest piece of nonsense, then wallowing in martyred butthurt when everyone told them they were idiots:

 

Naturally, there are those who see here only opportunities:

Victims of Crime Assistance League spokesman Howard Brown said the law should do whatever it takes to outlaw the dolls.

“It won’t matter how ­repulsed a judge or a magistrate is,” Mr Brown said.

That’s right, never mind the law, or even common sense, feel the revulsion!

2 comments for “Won’t Someone Think Of The (Plastic Non Human) Children!

  1. Ed P
    November 16, 2014 at 10:52 am

    One commentator, Graham, sums it up very well. To paraphrase his comment, he points out it’s preferable for those people with uncontrollable desires for sex with children to vent them on inanimate objects rather than attacking real children. But the law is an ass and will probably yield to the Righteous and ban these things.

  2. Twenty_Rothmans
    November 16, 2014 at 1:09 pm

    You hadn’t heard of Australia’s antiporn laws? http://www.qt.com.au/news/an-ipswich-man-has-admitted-downloading-graphic-ca/454021/

    Remember what people were doing with that stupid London 2012 Olympics logo?

    Peados! Burn the Peados!

    FTA “silicon sex dolls”
    Either Brenden (sic) Hills has a problem, or those dolls won’t be much fun to shag.

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