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House votes to ban shipments of children’s sex-robot

The house of representatives on Wednesday voted in favour of a ban on the import and transport of sex-robots and dolls that look like children.

(Reuters)

The house of representatives on Wednesday for a ban on the import and transport of sex-robots and dolls that look like children, — a movement to bring the USA would be agreed in line with similar measures in Australia and the UK

The containment Realistic Exploitative Electronic a pedophile robot (CREEPER) was adopted the law unanimously in the house by a voice vote. It defines the “child sex doll” as “an anatomically correct doll, doll, or robot, with the characteristics of, or with properties similar to those of a small, intended for use in sexual acts.”

Rep. Dan Donovan, R state of New York, said the step was important, since such robots can be, you need a gateway for the offender to move on to child abuse.

“Right now, a few clicks on a computer, you can allow a predator to a heinous child-sex-doll. This is not only disturbing, but also the innocent and most vulnerable among us,” Donovan said in a statement. “As soon as a perpetrator of tires to practice on a doll, it’s a small step on the way to a child.”

The legislation says that to simulate dolls and robots make rape easier by teaching how to overcome resistance and subdue a victim, with a couple of robots, including the settings rape.

“I’m sad that there are people in this world, would be the most realistic child sex dolls and dismayed that there are people in this world, who would you buy,” House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., said, according to McClatchy.

“Customers can are similar to custom made dolls, providing images of particular children that you would like to the doll. You can said on a preferred facial expression such as sadness or anxiety,” he said.

Donovan ‘ s office said in a statement that such dolls — often include accessories such as false eyelashes, wigs, warming devices, and cleaning tools imported from China, Hong Kong and Japan.

The bill says that there is a correlation between the possession of dolls and robots, and participation in child pornography, and that some owners of the robots have made their children interact with machines as if they were members of your family.

The bill now the Senate is moving for the examination.

Adam Shaw is a political Reporter and occasional opinion writer for FoxNews.com. He can be reached here or on Twitter: @AdamShawNY.

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