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Stay away from sex dolls – Family planning expert warns

A Family Planning Consultant, Mrs Appolonia Eke, has warned against the use of sex dolls as alternative family planning method, saying it is sodomy and can be compared with having sex with a dead person or animal.

Appolonia Eke, who is also the Financial Secretary, Public Health Sustainable Advocacy Initiative (PHSAI), made this known on Thursday to reporters in Lagos insisting that the use of sex dolls is sodomy, unscriptural and should not be encouraged.

According to her, it is like having intercourse with an inanimate object which the scripture strongly objects to.

She also stated that the user might also be electrocuted during intercourse with the sex doll since it uses electrical appliances to work.

“ The use of sex dolls as a means of family planning is sodomy and should not be encouraged.

“It is like having an intercourse with a dead person or an inanimate object.

“The scripture is very clear about sex and it forbids having it with either the dead or animals.

“Aside that, there may be other consequences, including electrocution of the user, because sex doll is attached to electrical appliances for it to work.

“The user may be electrocuted because it is powered by electricity and such thing should not be associated with family planning methods,’’ she said.

Eke further stated that there should be adequate rest for the mother before the next conception, adding that frequent childbirth was dangerous to the health of the mother.

The best method to control childbirth is through family planning which Lagos State Government had made more affordable now.

“The woman should be given adequate rest before the next conception because the womb needs rest.

“It is like an apple shaped structure which is being scrapped on the surface.

“The walls of the womb needs rest after childbirth, because it is enlarged after the childbirth and needed to contrast after childbirth; frequent enlargements will not help the womb to heal.

“If this is not adhered to, it can lead to death and high maternal mortality rate we are talking about,’’ she said




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