VILE TRADE ‘Child’ sex dolls with disposable private parts so sickos can hire them by the hour on sale in China

CHILDLIKE sex dolls with disposable private parts are being offered to sickos so they can hire them by the hour in China, say shocking reports.

Erotic stores in China are providing the shared dolls for a full “adult experience” where their disposable intimate parts are changed for each new client having sex with it.

The heinous new "shared doll experience" is reportedly on offer at sex shops throughout Chinese cities including Shanghai, Suzhou, Hefei, Shenzhen and Dongguan.

By paying set tariffs, perverted customers have a so-called "adult experience" with a full-size doll, which looks like a young girl.

The doll’s nether regions are disposable and are swapped out for each new client - who sometimes spend a whole night with them.

The sordid sex services range from 180 Chinese Yuan (£20) to 500 CNY (£55) per hour.

One employee at a sex shop in Shanghai told Knews: “We provide condoms, lubricant, snacks, beverages and mineral water.”

A shop owner said that they can provide all kinds of different dolls as well as make customised dolls for a customer’s specific tastes.

However, according to the Global Times, some stores are not licensed or do not have the correct paperwork for the services on offer, some of which include overnight stays.

Other stores have been found to only have licences for massages or healthcare.

Knews said there are also concerns about the sanitary condition of the stores due to the legal grey areas of the services on offer.

Paid-for sexual services are illegal in China, but it remains unclear whether these regulations include dolls.

Beijing-based lawyer Wang Fu told the Global Times that there are currently no laws that prohibit such operations.


Last month The Sun reported on creepy lifelike child sex dolls including ones the size of babies offered for sale on one of the world's largest online retailers.

Investigators found a large number of the horrific items on the marketplace Alibaba, despite the Chinese company previously committing to removing child sex dolls from sale.

Australian campaign group Collective Shout, which fights against the sexualisation of girls, found the dolls and branded the products as some of the most "disturbing content" it had ever seen.

Collective Shout campaigner manager Caitlin Roper, who is researching female sex dolls and sex robots, said the dolls are far from harmless.

She said: "Child sex abuse dolls are designed to facilitate users’ fantasies of raping a child.

"This is not a victimless crime – these lifelike dolls normalise and legitimise the sexual use and abuse of children.”

Dolls included replicas of children marketed as "sex dolls of men" with the listing boasting they are anatomically correct with replica genitalia.

Other listings included details from the sellers about how they can be "used" - including video guides.

Some of the dolls were as small as 2ft tall, which is about the height of a six-month-old baby, reported

The vile items were being sold for around £400 each by at least 18 different suppliers on Alibaba.

Collective Shout campaigner Melinda Liszewski said: "I’ve been an activist with Collective Shout for 10 years and this is the most disturbing content I’ve seen.

"It is deeply distressing to view."

She added: "At a time when there is more awareness of child sexual abuse than ever, how is it that a multi-billion dollar mainstream corporation like Alibaba can profit from normalising the rape of babies?"

Collective Shout is calling on credit card and money transfer companies to cease doing business with Alibaba until it takes action on selling child dolls.

This is not the first time the dolls have been uncovered in the site as well, with previous investigations in 2018 and January this year finding a trove of the items.

Alibaba has insisted it is proactive in policing its listings and that it will always take action to remove them when notified.

UK Border Force agents have seized at least 230 child sex dolls since 2016 - with this then being referred to the police.