the vast majority of research to date has focused on women’s uses and experiences of toys in masturbation and sexuality exploration (Döring & Pöschl, 2018; Fahs & Swank, 2013; Lieberman, 2017). In this paper, we present the first analysis of the personality, sexual interest, and risk-related characteristics of sex doll owners. In doing so, we have two primary aims:
To identify some of the potential psychological factors that may distinguish sex doll owners from a comparison group of non-owners.
To empirically test the theoretical and social assumption that sex doll ownership is a risk factor for sexual aggression.
We feel the need to stress from the outset that our aim in this paper is not to advocate for any particular argument for doll legalization or criminalization. Instead, we hope our exploratory analyses will inform further longitudinal and experimental work in this area, such that future policy proposals and legislative developments are based on empirical evidence rather than moral positioning. Ultimately, our hope is that this work begins to move both academic and social discussions about sex doll ownership in a more evidence-based direction.
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The ownership of realistic silicone dolls for sexual purposes (‘sex dolls’) is a controversial topic that is gaining an increasing amount of public and academic attention. According to some reports, the global market for sex dolls is a multi-million dollar industry (Valverde, 2012). Dolls are typically realistic and can be made as a true likeness of real models, with adult film stars already seeing this as an additional business opportunity (Langcaster-James & Bentley, 2018). While the ownership and use of toys and non-human objects for the purposes of sexual gratification is not new.
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