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South Korean Sex-Doll Trade Set To Inflate After Ban Lifted

South Korean Sex-Doll Trade Set To Inflate After Ban Lifted

South Korea’s ban on full-body sex dolls has reached a climax after years of hot-n-heavy debate over whether government can interfere in a private citizen’s ability to copulate with a synthetic partner.

A lawmaker, Lee Yong-ju, who brought a sex doll, speaks during a parliamentary inspection at the National Assembly in Seoul in 2019

While no official laws or regulations exist which ban the import of sex dolls, hundreds – possibly thousands of them have been seized by customs under a clause which prevents the import of goods that “harm the country’s beautiful traditions and public moral,” the Daily Mail reports.

The issue was brought to a head after angry importers took their cases to court – most of which agreed, and ordered customs to allow the sex-dolls into the country to be used in private spaces, on the basis that they do not undermine human dignity.

On Monday the Korean Customs Service issued a statement that it will now allow life-size adult sex dolls into the country under a revised guideline based on the recent court rulings and opinions from relevant government agencies, including the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family.

South Korea has formally ended a ban on the import of full-body sex dolls, ending years of debate over how much the government can interfere in private life (file photo)

Child-like sex dolls or those which embody certain people will remain banned.

‘It’s a reasonable decision though it came a bit late,” said Lee Sang-jin, a former head of a local company that imports sex dolls. “We thought our people’s rights to seek happiness and use (sex dolls) in their private lives have been restricted by the state.”

“There are various types of people who use (sex dolls), including those who are sexually alienated or those who need them for artistic purposes.”

According to Lee, his former company has already taken back over 20 sec dolls from customs officials via lawsuits, and that the company has filed separate lawsuits seeking government compensation.

The decision risks backlash from angry feminists (a redundant expression) who claim sex dolls objectify women.

While the decision reflects South Korea’s slow yet gradual moves to restrict state interference into personal lives, some women’s rights and conservative organisations are likely to again voice their opposition to the use of sex dolls.

They say they deepen sexual objectification of women and undermine public moral. -Daily Mail

Maybe just let dudes do what they want, 캐이른?

Tyler Durden
Wed, 12/28/2022 – 21:45

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South Korean Sex-Doll Trade Set To Inflate After Ban Lifted

South Korean Sex-Doll Trade Set To Inflate After Ban Lifted

South Korea’s ban on full-body sex dolls has reached a climax after years of hot-n-heavy debate over whether government can interfere in a private citizen’s ability to copulate with a synthetic partner.

A lawmaker, Lee Yong-ju, who brought a sex doll, speaks during a parliamentary inspection at the National Assembly in Seoul in 2019

While no official laws or regulations exist which ban the import of sex dolls, hundreds – possibly thousands of them have been seized by customs under a clause which prevents the import of goods that “harm the country’s beautiful traditions and public moral,” the Daily Mail reports.

The issue was brought to a head after angry importers took their cases to court – most of which agreed, and ordered customs to allow the sex-dolls into the country to be used in private spaces, on the basis that they do not undermine human dignity.

On Monday the Korean Customs Service issued a statement that it will now allow life-size adult sex dolls into the country under a revised guideline based on the recent court rulings and opinions from relevant government agencies, including the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family.

South Korea has formally ended a ban on the import of full-body sex dolls, ending years of debate over how much the government can interfere in private life (file photo)

Child-like sex dolls or those which embody certain people will remain banned.

‘It’s a reasonable decision though it came a bit late,” said Lee Sang-jin, a former head of a local company that imports sex dolls. “We thought our people’s rights to seek happiness and use (sex dolls) in their private lives have been restricted by the state.”

“There are various types of people who use (sex dolls), including those who are sexually alienated or those who need them for artistic purposes.”

According to Lee, his former company has already taken back over 20 sec dolls from customs officials via lawsuits, and that the company has filed separate lawsuits seeking government compensation.

The decision risks backlash from angry feminists (a redundant expression) who claim sex dolls objectify women.

While the decision reflects South Korea’s slow yet gradual moves to restrict state interference into personal lives, some women’s rights and conservative organisations are likely to again voice their opposition to the use of sex dolls.

They say they deepen sexual objectification of women and undermine public moral. -Daily Mail

Maybe just let dudes do what they want, 캐이른?

Tyler Durden
Wed, 12/28/2022 – 21:45

South Korean Sex-Doll Trade Set To Inflate After Ban Lifted

South Korea’s ban on full-body sex dolls has reached a climax after years of hot-n-heavy debate over whether government can interfere in a private citizen’s ability to copulate with a synthetic partner.

A lawmaker, Lee Yong-ju, who brought a sex doll, speaks during a parliamentary inspection at the National Assembly in Seoul in 2019

While no official laws or regulations exist which ban the import of sex dolls, hundreds – possibly thousands of them have been seized by customs under a clause which prevents the import of goods that “harm the country’s beautiful traditions and public moral,” the Daily Mail reports.

The issue was brought to a head after angry importers took their cases to court – most of which agreed, and ordered customs to allow the sex-dolls into the country to be used in private spaces, on the basis that they do not undermine human dignity.

On Monday the Korean Customs Service issued a statement that it will now allow life-size adult sex dolls into the country under a revised guideline based on the recent court rulings and opinions from relevant government agencies, including the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family.

South Korea has formally ended a ban on the import of full-body sex dolls, ending years of debate over how much the government can interfere in private life (file photo)

Child-like sex dolls or those which embody certain people will remain banned.

‘It’s a reasonable decision though it came a bit late,” said Lee Sang-jin, a former head of a local company that imports sex dolls. “We thought our people’s rights to seek happiness and use (sex dolls) in their private lives have been restricted by the state.”

“There are various types of people who use (sex dolls), including those who are sexually alienated or those who need them for artistic purposes.”

According to Lee, his former company has already taken back over 20 sec dolls from customs officials via lawsuits, and that the company has filed separate lawsuits seeking government compensation.

The decision risks backlash from angry feminists (a redundant expression) who claim sex dolls objectify women.

While the decision reflects South Korea’s slow yet gradual moves to restrict state interference into personal lives, some women’s rights and conservative organisations are likely to again voice their opposition to the use of sex dolls.

They say they deepen sexual objectification of women and undermine public moral. -Daily Mail

Maybe just let dudes do what they want, 캐이른?

Tyler Durden
Wed, 12/28/2022 – 21:45


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