Zambia bans sex dolls, threatens jail time for sellers, liberals angry

By The European Union Times

There is no one formally authorized to sell them in the southern African country, nor can anyone admit owning one, or going still further and using one even in private. Controversial sex dolls, recently blasted by Nigerian Muslims, have raised a national debate in Zambia with more and more voices against the state’s harsh stance popping up.

Zambian liberals, namely from The Patriots for Economic Progress (PEP) party, claim the government’s negativity towards sex dolls reflects its increasingly authoritarian character under incumbent President Edgar Lungu.

The government initiated a massive crackdown on the sex toys, which are largely produced in China, last [READ MORE HERE]

Source: EU Times

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