Pedodolls y pedofilia: límites y evidencias en torno a la utilización de muñecas sexuales con rasgos infantiles

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  • Mónica Montoro Velázquez Universidad Pablo de Olavide

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46381/reic.v17i0.251

Palabras clave:

Pedofilia, muñecas eróticas infantiles, pedodolls, pornografía infantil, abusos secuales, menores

Resumen

A raíz de la incautación de varias muñecas sexuales con rasgos infantiles en las fronteras de algunos países occidentales, se ha abierto un debate sobre estas muñecas, destinadas principalmente a satisfacer impulsos pedófilos. Algunos sectores arguyen que deberían prohibirse, ante la posibilidad de que fomenten los abusos sexuales a menores; otros alegan que sería recomendable permitirlas ya que canalizarían los impulsos de potenciales agresores. El objetivo del presente trabajo es averiguar si la disponibilidad de estas muñecas promueve la comisión de abusos, dado que no existen hasta la fecha investigaciones sobre el tema. Para ello, se realiza una revisión de la literatura científica sobre pedofilia, pornografía infantil y abusos sexuales a menores, y se incluyen valoraciones de expertos. Los resultados sugieren que la disponibilidad de las muñecas no aumentaría los abusos sexuales a menores por parte de pedófilos, pudiendo incluso llegar a reducir el riesgo de que ocurran.

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2019-09-25

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Montoro Velázquez, M. (2019). Pedodolls y pedofilia: límites y evidencias en torno a la utilización de muñecas sexuales con rasgos infantiles. Revista Española De Investigación Criminológica, 17, 1–25. https://doi.org/10.46381/reic.v17i0.251

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