Coronavirus and Sex Dolls: The Myths and the Facts

Coronavirus and Sex Dolls: The Myths and the Facts

Ever since the World Health Organization announced that the COVID-19 is already a pandemic, the various industries in China have been negatively affected. A lot of people are afraid that they might get infected with the highly contagious virus. In China, thousands of cases have been confirmed. 

Out of the fear of contracting the fatal virus, a number of countries imposed a travel ban. In addition to that, people were threatened that the products coming from China might also have the virus. For this reason, sex dolls, which are mostly produced in China are adversely affected.

Moreover, COVID-19, just like the influenza virus is transmitted through respiratory droplets. For instance, if an individual infected by COVID-19 sneezes, coughs, or speaks, those globe of droplets that come from their mouth and nose carry the virus. This means that close contact with an infected individual is required for the virus to be transmitted. According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the transmission of the virus usually takes place in about 6 feet of contact with the infected individual.

There are also speculations that the virus is airborne. However, the virus-carrying droplets that come from humans are too heavy to be carried by air. For this reason, the speculation that COVID-19 is airborne would not be possible. 

With all that said, the unverified claims about sex dolls made in China carrying the COVID-19 virus are all invalid. There isn’t any possible way that a lifeless, breathless sex doll that has no lungs could sustain what the virus needs in order to thrive. 

For the reasons mentioned above, the existing fear of sex dolls that are made and assembled in China can be broken and proven wrong. So, drop all your fears that you might die of COVI-19 just because you bought and had sex with a lifeless silicone doll. Sex dolls cannot contribute to the propagation and dissemination of the COVID-19 virus or any other virus. They do not have cells to sustain life for microorganisms. 

Proofs That There is Nothing to Worry About China-made Sex Dolls

The world is now filled with fear due to fatal pandemic. For this reason, the fear that sex dolls might be carriers of the COVID-19 virus is understandable. However, the myths that are adding up to the fear of people are completely untrue.

Here are some of the most popular myths about sex dolls that come from China:

Myth #1: COVID-19, as well as other viruses, can live, sustain life, and propagate inside your silicone doll.

This myth is completely untrue. Viruses and other microorganisms need to live inside human cells in order to thrive. Plastic and silicon products like sex dolls do not have human cells. For this reason, they cannot sustain viruses with life.

Myth #2: Sex dolls that come from China are not sterilized

The truth is after sex dolls are assembled, they are sprayed with antiseptic sterilizers. This ensures that all the unnecessary particles are washed away before shipping the dolls out. In addition, manufacturers ensure that each sex doll is properly sealed. This helps the dolls to avoid contact with any unwanted particles outside the factory where they were created.

Myth #3: Viruses and bacteria in the sex dolls can survive the entire shipping time frame.

As mentioned, viruses, bacteria, and other microorganisms need to be in the human cell to thrive. In fact, they cannot live outside their human host for weeks or even just days. Viruses and bacteria are vulnerable. For this reason, they can only survive for a couple of hours in an open environment. 

Coronavirus and Sex Dolls: The Myths and the Facts

Myth #4: The UK government does not impose strict rules when it comes to imported parcels and packages.

The UK government is very cautious about the products that are imported from other countries. In fact, it has imposed additional inspection requirements for every product and package that comes from places that encompassed the territories of China. 

Myth #5: Water that has a high amount of salt can combat the COVID-19 virus.

Medical experts have already invalidated this claim. No amount of salty water could kill viruses.

Myth #6: Individuals who get infected with the COVID-19 will instantly die.

This myth is completely untrue. While it may sound untrue, COVID-19 has a lower mortality rate in comparison to other strains of coronaviruses.

Myth #7: More than 50 million individuals are now under quarantine due to COVID-19.

The truth is the total number of people under quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic only ranges a hundred thousand. This is even far from reaching millions and would probably not reach that many. As a matter of fact, some countries are already easing quarantine restrictions as they win their fight against the fatal virus. 

Myth #8: There are people who die on the streets of China due to the COVID-19 virus.

China has state of the art facilities. For this reason, every individual who gets infected with the virus is properly managed and treated.

Myth #9: The whole population of Wuhan, where the virus originated, would die because of getting infected by it.

Wuhan, China has 11 million residents. This myth is completely untrue and no verified reports from credible news sites declare such a statement.

Coronavirus and Sex Dolls: The Myths and the Facts


All the claims mentioned above do not have any basis. They are mere fake speculations that revolve around the world. But because people are already threatened because of how fatal this virus is, they cannot help but believe in such claims.

Apart from adding up to the fear that people are already feeling, these fake claims also affected many businesses such as the sex doll industry. Many physical sex doll stores are left with no choice but to close their stores because people no longer buy from them. Individuals believe the claims that sex dolls are carriers of the virus. For this reason, they no longer go to shops to buy sex dolls, forcing store owners to close their businesses.

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