Man Orders Child Sex-Doll To Replace His Dead Infant Son


This man from Canada has been charged with child pornography after he purchased a female child sex-doll to replace his deceased infant son.

Kenneth Harrison claims that he simply Googled ‘sex doll’ and insisted that he didn’t mean to buy a child sex doll, he only meant for the doll to resemble his son. The 54 year old lost his son 20 years ago when the boy was only 6 months old. “Carol,” a 4’2″ doll, from a Japanese website that sold childlike and adult sex dolls, was intercepted by the police before anything further could happen.

In court, he testified that he never had any intention of having sex with the doll. He was overcome with emotion to the point where he collapsed and had to be taken away by an ambulance for medical examination.

The judges did not buy into his far-fetched story, corroborating that he indeed had sexual motive because the doll was modelled to be in a provocatively kneeling position. The defendant denied this allegation. Furthermore, an attorney stated that it did not make sense for Harrison to purchase a female companion as opposed to a male one to accurately resemble his son. Harrison had this to say,

“I did not order a sex doll of a childlike nature. The purpose I intended it for was to replace my deceased son, period.”

Currently, Canada’s Criminal Code defines child pornography as “a photographic, film, video or other visual representation, whether or not it was made by electronic or mechanical means” that shows a person who is, or depicted as being, under 18 years old engaged in explicit sexual activity.

In 2017, Blake Lively was amongst the few celebrities to speak up about the prevalence of child pornography. She gave an emotional speech and incited a call-to-action within the influential people at the Variety event to join organisations or fund those who are actively fighting against the production and distribution of child pornography.

Children, as young as newborn infants, suffer through sexual, mental, and physical abuse during the makings of child pornography. This breeds trauma and causes the children to develop serious and permanent psychosocial illnesses that will stunt their growth as individuals. Not to mention, children are more susceptible to diseases that are sexually-transmitted such as HIV. If people persist in demanding the production of child pornography, more children will be at risk of fatal illnesses, pregnancy and even suicide.

In the same year as Blake Lively’s speech, Ashton Kutcher, another celebrity, spoke of his experiences with a human trafficking organisation which he founded with his own finances. With tears brimming in his eyes, he said,

“I’ve seen video content of a child that is the same age as mine being raped by an American man that was a sex tourist in Cambodia. This child was so conditioned by her environment that she thought she was engaging in play.”

In 2015, a Malaysian graduate basically got a slap on the wrist from the Malaysian justice system despite the fact that he possessed a despicable amount of child pornography. 3 years later, Malaysia was ranked the top country in South-East Asia for downloading child pornography. With all that said, we must take the necessary actions to ensure we are actively hindering the perpetuation of this issue. Therefore, here is a quick breakdown of things you can do to gradually stop the production and distribution of child pornography:

  • If you see a video or photo of a child on any social media platform where the child is engaged in actions that can be seen as provocative, flag it. This situation is sadly prevalent on Twitter where certain users even label themselves as pacifist pedophiles which is bullshit. Report those accounts and put an end to it.
  • Stay proactive. Many perverts are covertly filming or photographing children in public through their smartphones. If you see someone acting suspicious, investigate further and don’t be afraid to make a scene to get the offender to stop.
  • Educate yourself as well as others on the implications of possessing and distributing child pornography. This will disseminate awareness and stymie people from thinking they can get away with their actions without severe repercussions. For a full comprehensive list of punishments for child pornography, click here.

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