The president of a sex doll manufacturing company has claimed that sex robots would be better for children than letting them "find some pornography."
Councillors in the French capital are set to decide the future of Xdolls, which opened on February 1, at a meeting this week.
One of the great legislative challenges of history, from the Hittite abominations to the regulation of internet porn, has been anticipating the latent evils unleashed by man’s ingenuity. Now, child sex dolls—robots engineered to warm to the human touch and disturbingly lifelike in their prepubescent features—are being marketed to pedophiles. Made overseas, they’re increasingly prevalent stateside.
Republican Dan Donovan of Staten Island, a federal prosecutor for 20 years before his election to...