Zambia launches crackdown on sex dolls

Zambia launches crackdown on sex dolls

Zambia is waging a fierce campaign against sex dolls, threatening offenders with heavy jail terms over the dolls which, it says, are “very unnatural”.

Reports said it is not being sold openly, but no one admits to owning one, and no one has been arrested.

The government launched the crackdown on the sex toys last month.

Minister of national guidance and religious affairs Godfridah Sumaili said being a Christian nation, Zambia is anchored in Christian principles and one of the values is morality and ethics.

Selling or using a sex doll is against Zambian law, she said, vowing to ensure they are not bought on the internet and imported.

The minister said the ban was necessary after media reports emerged of sex dolls being imported into Zambia, apparently from Asia.

According to the minister “God created man and woman for sexual satisfaction — but for a man or woman to use a lifeless object is immoral.”

The manufacture of sex dolls has become increasingly sophisticated, with china developing custom-made “smart” dolls that can talk, play music and turn on dishwashers.

In Zambia, the dolls made of silicone were reportedly in a variety of shapes and shades, but could not be found in any shops.

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