Child sex doll legality in USA by state

Im asking for a journal entry on the legality of child sex dolls in the united states by state

Sources on the laws of each state and how much they are enforced would be helpful

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Child Sex Dolls (CSDs) are specifically illegal in Florida, Kentucky and Tennessee. There are no laws on the books, about CSDs in the other 47 states, but you could find them utilizing some other laws to restrict them. Also, since most CSDs are manufactured in Asia, US Customs have been known to seize them on the pretext that they are obscene. I can confirm that personally. It took a year and a half and the assistance of Prostasia, to get them to release my doll. And them damaged it. Deliberately, I suspect.


I heard someone in Australia was sentenced to three years in jail for posessing a CLSD.

It’s disgusting to specifically punish those who try their best to not become an offender. In my opinion it’s more likely that someone is going to abuse a real person if stuff like this is banned, because anything you do is illegal anyways.

To me these laws and sentences are human rights violations, because they target the sexuality of a minority without scientific certainty.


They’re not illegal in Kentucky or Tennessee, both bills eventually fizzled. Banned in Florida but it hasn’t been tested in court, it’ll more than likely fail on first amendment grounds (they already tried in Kentucky and dropped the charge, same reason). They don’t call it the craziest state in the country for no reason, their governor is insane. His logic is that he cares about plastic dolls (being that he signed it into law), then defies executive order to require vaccinations, a direct threat to public health (yes, that includes actual children). Last I heard, he invited every cop in the country who refused vaccination to come work there instead. What a disgusting place. The problem with this law is that it’s just too ambiguous and creates more problems than it solves. Who gets to decide what’s childlike, the government? They’re the last people I want making decisions for me.

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Exactly. This is also why experts say that this law is unconstitutional here on the grounds that it’s not clear.

It’s way worse phrased here and also includes “childlike body parts”. Every sex toy is now a legal grey zone and that’s why some sex toy shops already closed their business and are waiting for more clarity. Fleshlights, Dildos, Torso/Ass replicas when the hell are those childlike?

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By memory, so far SD, HI, TN, FL have passed doll bans.

Prostasia has an article on these.

There is an ongoing proceeding in TN for possession and other doll related activities.

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This again? They’re legal just about everywhere in the usa, except for Florida. That law was signed by the same guy who fled the state for weeks after omicron blew up and he didn’t want to held accountable for his actions. He doesn’t care about people, regardless of what age they are.

Still legal in hawaii, the bill passed the senate and house but it was never signed. South dakota passed a ban on “obscene dolls” and “child-like” but the terms are too ambiguous and per-case. What’s child-like to you could easily pass for 18+ in japan or something that appears to be lupe fuentez when she started her career. Illegal in tennessee but again, it only uses the term “child-like”.

No offense to anyone personally, but these are mostly states where nobody wants to live anyway. This whole thing is just one precedent in court from being completely done away with, because they all share the same buzzword of “childlike” or “child-like”. If I had a nickel for every 18+ porn star who had “child-like” features, I’d have enough to keep this site afloat for the next 10 years.

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As a doll connoisseur and enthusiast, I refuse to let go of any of my dolls even if they were to become illegal world-wide. These are my own precious possessions made specifically to serve ME, at no cost or implication towards anyone else. This is a double positive.

Going to make Lego’s illegal too, because they can be hurled at people? Going to make Virtual Currencies in games illegal, since they can’t be taxed? Going to make computers and phones illegal? People do a lot more damage with a computer in a few minutes than a tiny doll will do in a century. The movie, Idiocracy, does not have to become reality.

My dolls are in my display room for ME and me only to admire and do whatever I wish with them in privacy because I own them, no different than furniture or television set. I have been a collector for almost 15 years. Big dolls. Small dolls. Animals. Insects. Abstracts. I do not discriminate a fine piece of art that captures my attention. This is a core part of my way of life. I pay my duties and taxes. I owe no debts. I don’t involve people in my personal, exclusively solitary hobbies. I would kindly like to not be shat on by the powers that be.

Laws should be made to protect people from other people, including radical government. These bans protect no one while blanket incriminating those who are not criminals. This is a double negative; a double loss of hope for humanity. Triple, when counting any resources spent populating these useless bills and funding the fallible and deceptive propaganda schemes supporting them.

No, thank you. Good day.