Critical 'CREEPER Act' resurfaces

Tuesday, September 29, 2020
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U.S. Capitol 2Some members of Congress want action against the sale of "sex dolls" in the states. (CAUTION: This story discusses issues that some may find offensive.)

Pat Trueman of the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) warns that the dolls, sold through Amazon, Wish, and a variety of other places, are not for little girls to play with.

"They're lifelike dolls, anatomically correct, usually little girls," Trueman details. "In fact, one person commented that her eight-year-old daughter's image was used on a sex doll sold on the Internet."

Trueman says people who have an interest in abusing children are the ones buying the dolls.

"Would this hurt or help the problem of child sex abuse, which is really at a pandemic level in America and throughout the world," he poses. "Well, of course it would increase the number of children exposed, because you're feeding right into the illicit desires of pedophiliac people."


The NCOSE president adds that they will tire of the dolls because dolls are not the real thing.

Florida Representative Vern Buchanan (R) has introduced H.R. 8236, the "Curbing Realistic Exploitative Electronic Pedophilic Robots (CREEPER) Act 2.0," in Congress to ban the sale and possession of the "child sex dolls" in America. OneNewsNow reported in 2017 when Congressman Dan Donavan (R-NY) first introduced the measure, and Trueman hopes it will pass now as one more critical step to protect children from predators.


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