Therapist Suggests Prescribing Child Sex Dolls To Paedophiles… Nick Ferrari Isn’t So Sure

3 August 2017, 13:34 | Updated: 3 August 2017, 14:05

A therapist has suggested prescribing child sex dolls to paedophiles in a bid to stop real attacks, but the idea left Nick Ferrari feeling very uncomfortable.

At the moment it is illegal to import a child sex doll into the UK, however it’s not illegal to own one.

Juliet Grayson, a registered psychosexual therapist, believes allowing paedophiles to use lifelike effigies in a “managed environment” could help prevent real life attacks.

Prescribing child sex dolls could prevent real life attacks, a therapist suggests.
Picture: PA/LBC

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She told the LBC “we have to open our minds to different ways of thinking” about managing child sex offenders.

But Nick really wasn't sold on the idea.

“I don’t question your intentions,” he told Ms Grayson during the interview on Thursday morning.

“But aren’t you in danger of normalising this in a sense?”

Ms Grayson explained she was not advocating child sex dolls being available for ordinary members of the public.

“If we were to do it, then it would have to be in a context where maybe they were having therapy along side it,” she said.

Watch the interview at the top of this page.