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Question: should sex dolls that look like kids be banned?
yes   -19 (44.2%)
no   -19 (44.2%)
yes, but only if it can be proven it helps   -4 (9.3%)
coward option   -1 (2.3%)
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« Reply #25 on: June 19, 2018, 09:41:49 am »

dead0man really jumped the gun here. What the hell does it have to do with conservatism or liberalism?

I think this is another one of those cases where "not liberal" is mistaken for "conservative".
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« Reply #26 on: June 19, 2018, 11:56:16 am »

Maybe the "compromise" is that such things should only be prescribed by professionals who believe it will help reduce offences? I'm trying to look at through a utilitarian lens, tbh, rather than bickering about whether it's liberal or conservative.
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« Reply #27 on: June 19, 2018, 12:35:01 pm »

Maybe the "compromise" is that such things should only be prescribed by professionals who believe it will help reduce offences? I'm trying to look at through a utilitarian lens, tbh, rather than bickering about whether it's liberal or conservative.

I would imagine most people don't want to be in a system that tracks this for obvious reasons that could risk wrongful accusation and public embarrassment. It's similar to an outright refusal to seek professional psychiatric assistance due to the prospect of increased life insurance premiums but much grander. But you would have to be operating from the assumption that this is beneficial - which I believe it would be - to agree with the logic of refusing the "compromise"
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