Something Sickening

Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on January 13, 2013 in Adult (nsfw) |

The Internet, as we all know, is an excellent means for finding out things, for doing research, for learning, for exploring the world outside our immediate grasp. So it was to the Internet that I turned when I found a paid article on strange things that people collect which caught my fancy. I thought it would be interesting, even if I didn’t take on the assignment, to see what sort of things there are in the world which fascinate people, which draw them into making an as complete collection as is possible.

One of the things that I found was an American man – as far as I can see he is from the States – who collects dolls. Nothing wrong with that, if children can collect dolls, if small girls are programmed to play with dolls from their earliest years, why shouldn’t it be of interest later in life? And why shouldn’t it interest a man too, especially if the dolls are rare and valuable.

Viktoria Michaelis: Sickening Sex Dolls

The first thing that I want to say is I hope these dolls are rare. I hope that there are only a very limited number of them in the world and I sincerely hope that they are not specially produced for a certain market, for a certain type of collector. Sadly I don’t think that is the case, having seen all too many photographs of them and having come to the conclusion that they have not been specially adapted, that they are sold as I saw them.

Viktoria Michaelis: Sickening Sex Dolls

You see, these are very special dolls indeed. They all have names – such as Monica or Chlöe – and they even have ages – between three and nine years old. The first thing you might have noticed is that they seem to be a little bit out of proportion. The hands are larger than you would expect, they don’t quite fit in with the whole. And there’s a reason for this.

These are no ordinary dolls, they are sex dolls. The hands are extra large so that they can grasp, with the right amount of pressure. They are explicitly designed for sexual pleasure, and by that I do not mean just the hands.

Viktoria Michaelis: Sickening Sex Dolls

This was the safest photograph of what to me is an abomination that I could find amongst perhaps one hundred different images. Many were explicit, and by that I mean pornographic explicit. You can make out, from this photograph, exactly what I mean and, I am sure, you can also guess exactly what is partially hidden here.

It is a rubber attachment formed in the shape of a vagina which can be penetrated. Normally you’d see such things on certain male toys, here they are on a doll which is designed to appeal exclusively to those who revel in sexual pleasure with children, with minors.

The owner of these dolls may well claim that he is not interested in child pornography, that he is only interested in sexual fun with his dolls, but the question will always remain: how long until the dolls no longer provide the satisfaction he craves? How long before a doll he has to manipulate isn’t enough and he seeks out the real thing? It is much the same as with those who enjoy looking at revealing photographs or images of under-aged women or of boys. One day just looking will no longer be enough. One day they will want, and seek, that extra kick and the almost harmless hobby of collecting dolls – in this case – will be a reality for some child.

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  • Francois says:

    People go to jail for possessing child pornography; obviously for producing it as well. What is this then?

    The fact it is made of plastic does not change what it represents. Showing it in use is no different in intent than child pornography.

    Using it? What age is the child represented by that doll? 3?

    This is legally sold in the US?

    • If it is legally sold in the States, I have no idea. That it has been specially made with this purpose in mind strikes me as being highly likely. From the photographs I have found I can see no later changes which an amateur might have made, although I wouldn’t necessarily rule it out.

  • Jaymz says:

    Oh hell no. I don’t care what quasi-bullshit way these people justify it, this shit is child porn, and the people possessing it should be treated like child molesters.

    Christ. 18 years on the internet, and I can still come across thngs on the ‘net that makes me sick to my stomach.

    • Admittedly I haven’t been on the Internet quite so long, but I am finding many things which support the hated idea of censorship and, in some cases, clear judicial retribution. That these photographs even found a place to be displayed makes me very sad indeed, that someone produces the doll even sadder.

  • Ken Z says:

    I also do not know if they are “legal” her. But….Legal or not they are beyond sick and to me these men are worse then the ones with the pictures. And I am a strong believer in no censorship, but this is beyond a “taste” and into a perversion. These “collectors” are even worse then the ones that collect only pictures, and they are bad enough.

    Thanks Viky.

  • Francois says:

    No censorship, ever. No one will decide for me what I can see or not.

    Just stop the manufacturer from making this, forbid its sale and possession. Jail time for offenders.

    You cannot destroy a child’s soul because you grow or smoke marijuana. But in Alabama, it will get you up to 30 years.


    • The only problem is that people will simply adapt what they have – a normal doll with a fleshlight attachment – if it isn’t available. Not that I want to see either, but it is always going to be there and someone is always going to satisfy the demand for goods or merchandize. A sad state of affairs, but money and profit tend to rule over morals.

  • Ken Z says:

    Sadly I agree Viktoria. Such (people?) will always find a way. But the fact that these dolls and for that matter the stories and pictures (real or created) exist and are disseminated help to lead to real acts. As for censorship I agree I HATE it. I have always been against it. The mind must be warped before the dolls, stories, pictures are seen for them to take root.

  • Francois says:

    It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for morals and profits to be reconciled. Unless you have a very powerful, very fine meat grinder: then you can put liquefied doll-makers through serious needles.
    I have heard arguments that these serve as surrogates and their users never act out on real people.
    I do not believe it: I had an uncle, long dead, who played dress up with dolls and abused his two eldest daughters when they were children. I learned after his death. Pity.

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