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feel as lifelike as possible. We start with a play doll or a vinyl kit, and paint it, weight it, root hair onto, and assemble it so that it will look as much as a real baby as possible. In the beginning, in the early 90's and late 80's reborns started with the use of Berenguer type mass manufactured play dolls, which were taken apart, stripped of their paint and reborned. Later, kits became part of the market place, created by artists using clay and were one of a kind kits. Now, artists can use these life like kits instead of play dolls, although play dolls can still be used. They just won't look as realistic as if you were using a kit. Kits can range anywhere from a mere 7" to a stunning 30". The kits and the materials used to create them are very expensive and the end result can take days and weeks to create.
The kit is washed, then painted using many many layers of translucent paint either air dry paint or Genesis Heat Set Paint. The paint is left to dry between layers if it is air dry or it is heated with an oven or heat gun if painted with heat set paints. Babies can be painted in the various spectrum of flesh colors, and also painted in fantasy colors. The head is then given eyes if it is an open eyed baby using acrylic, poly-crylic, or glass eyes.
They are also given hair, if it is not left bald by using paints, and/or mohair or human hair or synthetic human hair. Human and synthetic are best used for the older dolls which are meant to look like toddlers. They are rooted allowing for only one or two hairs at a time with a micro-rooted doll which takes many days to achieve the end result. You have to root directionally with a very long needle and strands of hair.
The babies also get magnets glued inside for pacifiers and/or hair bows, unless otherwise stated. The kits are then put together using jointed or non jointed cloth bodies and/or vinyl torsos, which can be anatomically correct. The dolls' limbs, body, and head are weighted with various materials. Usually it is a combination of Polyfil, poly or glass pellets or beads, or steel shot. The poly pellets or glass beads are poured into each limb then stuffed the remaining space with Polyfil. The belly will contain pouches of contained weighting material and then polyfil around that. The head will be filled like the belly with a contained pouch which allows for the head to flop like a newborn head would flop. Then each part is put onto the body through use of cords or zip ties. Some babies can be further customized with heart beat boxes, breathing machines, belly or butt plates for picture taking, or even cry boxes.
The doll is then weighed on a scale and the date, time, weight, and length is recorded onto a birth certificate. The dolls are then packaged with diapers, clothing, bottles, pacifiers, blankets, toys, and all sorts of goodies depending on what the artist and customer agreed the baby would be sent home with. I always send mine home with a sleeper, diaper, birth certificate, and care sheet. Some have a lot more than that. They must be packed very carefully, be fully insured, and the buyer notified of the ship date. Some artists only ship within their country, other ship world wide. I ship world wide, but to date I have only had the privilege to ship in the US.
Some dolls are custom made meaning that the buyer chooses all or most everything they want from the kit, to the skin tone, to the gender, and eye and hair color. Some dolls are ready for adoption, meaning that the artist has created a baby without a buyer in mind already and has put it up on the market for sale. A sale is called an adoption in this hobby/business. The dolls are sold through blogs, websites, reborn selling sites, craft pages like Etsy and through auction sites like E-bay, and through social media pages like Facebook, and Instagram. I sell my babies through my webpage, Facebook, and on reborns.com.
These dolls are not created for children. They are adult heirlooms, and meant for adults. I always tell my customers that they should not be for those 12 and under unless created as child safe. The small parts, glass, fine hair, and thin paint is not made to be treated roughly.
Reborners are the artists, and reborn moms and dads or reborn collectors are the ones who collect. Many people make and/or collect for many reasons. Some use the dolls to fill up their homes with their cute faces because they like dolls or they like the look of babies. Some collect to fill a void in their lives due to infertility, loss of a child or baby, or empty nest syndrome. I got into the craft through my own infertility. The reborns have been a way to cope with not having a real live baby. Although, they are no replacement for a real baby, they can prove to be therapeutic. England has long been showing their reborns in public without as much ridicule and scorn compared to the rest of the world. I take mine out with me when I am out shopping, or with my mother. Many do not take to the dolls because they are so lifelike, while others love these precious pieces of art because they are so realistic. You will find a good mix of reactions.
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Now her friend covers for her, she walks into a ‘Spencers’ at the mall and buys a shemale with sex doll vibrator like a big girl, the counter person doesn’t really care, because they have a life of their own and don’t give two shits. Now if a five year old tried to buy a vibrator they might ask where the parents are, not a teenaged girl just looking for a safe way to take care of herself.
“It’s a toy honey, not a real penis”
Girls friend covers for her and she buys the toy, and slips it into a different shopping bag she already had. When she gets home she keeps it tucked away in a place only she goes into. A year later her mom sees she has it, and doesn't really care, wanna know why? Because it’s natural and healthy to have a sexuality. Wanna know why it’s okay to own a vibrator as a teen? Because it’s also a way to “NOT GET PREGNANT”. Your not sticking another humans dick in you, it’s a safe silicone based battery operated toy. It’s not going to ejaculate and get you knocked up. That girls mother knew about it, and left it where it was. As a parent she was just happy the girl wasn’t having a baby like the rest of her friends who had gotten pregnant that year. Not to mention, no one besides you is going to know you have one.
That girl was me. The end.
I wasn’t nervous about buying it, however I did ‘out of respect’ want to make sure my father didn’t see it, because it would upset him on a ‘father’ level. However my mother did know about it and didn’t reveal she knew about it until my little brother had gone into my room for whatever reason and saw it on the bed. Of course my little brother was like 13 and little brothers don’t like to think of their own sisters as normal humans, so he threw a fit and my mother calmed him down and talked to him like an adult and explained that it’s perfectly natural and okay to have one at my age.
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evening, we’d enjoy having the house to ourselves, but quickly became bored in the days before cell phones and internet.
My younger brother tended to search our parents rooms and belongings, calling me into their room occasionally to point out some recent discovery. He’d often knock over or break things in his pursuit of the next discovery, get in trouble, but continue the hunt at the next possible opportunity.
One day he called me in a more than usually excited voice. When I arrived in the room, he had what I now know to be a dildo with a base standing straight up right on top of a dresser. He said he’d found it under some clothing in a drawer shared by both of my parents. It was pinkish in color and roughly eight inches (20 cm) in length.
Being still quite young and naive, I assumed that it was some sort of prosthetic like an artificial arm or leg. I assumed that my step father had some issue “down there” that required some sort of support or enhancement. I said this to my brother, who not knowing any better or having any evidence Lifelike Sex Dollsotherwise, believed my assumption.
Since my step father was usually the one who disciplined us, and tended to do so in quite painful ways, we often looked forward to any opportunity to undermine him. Thinking he was doing this, a few days later my brother approached my shemale with sex doll mother about his discovery. He asked what was wrong with our step father’s “area”, using other wording. He also mentioned what he’d found in their drawer.
Being not far away and unable to believe that my brother was doing this, I saw my mother become flustered, and say “That’s not what it is. It’s a…a…a lamp.” Even at my young and naive age, I still didn’t buy that one. My brother did though, and I thought it best t

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(Popularity Rate: 11 ) I want to buy a TPE sex doll 170cm from China to Canada. How do I avoid customs and shipping?

re calculated, vary depending on which country the products are imported to. At a glance, taxation and international trade might seem very complicated. That’s why we’ve decided to make life easier for you importers out there.
In this article, we explain the basics of Custom Duties, VAT, Anti-Dumping and other taxes that apply when importing from China to Europe, USA and Australia.
European Union
The European Union is not a country, but a single market. This means that all EU member states have the same customs duty rates on products imported from non-EU countries. An importer only pays customs once, for products imported from China. Custom duties are not added to products sold within the European Union. Thus, your Spanish and German customers won’t need to pay customs on products that have already entered EU territory.
That being said, the customs duty rates vary between different products. Products that are not manufactured in the EU (e.g. consumer electronics) tend to have lower customs duty rates – sometimes as low as 0%. On the other hand, the opposite is often true for products that are considered part of an important industry in the EU. Shoes, for example, have a customs duty of 12%. Below follows a list of common products and their respective duty rate in the EU:
· Wristwatches: 4.5% (Min: €0.30, Max: €0.80)
· Tablet PC: 0%
· Solar Panels: 0%
· T Shirts: 12%
· Electric Bikes: 6%
· LED Bulb Lights: 4.7%
· Peanuts: 12.8%
Value Added Tax (VAT)
Value Added Tax (VAT) is compulsory in all EU states. Different member states have different VAT rates. Certain products, such as food and books, often have a reduced VAT rate. However, the standard VAT rate applies to most consumer and industrial products imported from China.
The VAT is added on top of the customs value, plus the duty (that is also based on the customs value). However, VAT added on imported products are treated as VAT paid on purchases made within the EU (including purchases from other EU states). This means that the VAT added on the imports, may also be offset against VAT added on sales.
Customs Value
Practically, the EU customs value is based on the CIF (Cost Insurance Freight) price of the imported goods. Below follows a slightly more detailed specification of which costs the customs value includes:
1. Product price
2. Tooling costs (e.g., injection molds)
3. Shipping and logistics costs (to Port of Destination)
4. Product Development Costs (e.g. product samples)
5. Insurance
The customs value is not including the following costs:
1. Commission and fees paid for purchasing agents (e.g. sourcing agents)
2. Transportation costs generated in the importer’s country (e.g. transportation from the port to the final place of delivery)
3. Costs generated in the Port of Destination (e.g. port fees and customs clearance fees)
Customs authorities are not making rough estimates. Instead, the declared value shall be clearly stated on the Bill of Lading – a document that is either issued by your supplier or freight forwarder. This requires your supplier to declare the correct value. Otherwise, you’ll end up paying the wrong amount.
Customs value
Custom duties, GST and Import Processing Charges are based on the goods FOB (Free on Board) value. This includes the following:
1. Product cost
2. Transportation cost (to Port of Loading in China)
3. Export clearance (China)
Anti-Dumping Duties
The Chinese government has provided (and still is) certain industries and/or domestic manufacturers with subsidies. Essentially, this means that the relevant Chinese manufacturers are allowed to sell products below the market price. Good old price dumping. These practices are not much liked by the EU and US – which often react with Anti-Dumping Duty measures. Sometimes the Anti-Dumping Duties target entire industries, sometimes they target individual manufacturers.
An Anti-Dumping Duty shall be taken seriously, since these are often in the range of 40 – 60% (as a comparison, the average duty rate is around 5% in most western countries). If you would end up importing products that are under Anti-Dumping, you probably won’t be notified until the cargo arrives in the Port of Destination. After all, the Chinese manufacturer is not liable for taxation outside of China.
Thus, it’s critical that you research whether an Anti-Dumping Duty measures are imposed on your product and/or supplier, before you place an order. Anti-Dumping Duties are currently imposed on a wide range of product and industries, read more about open cases in the European Union, United States and Australia in the links below:
· European Union

· United States

· Australia

Declared Value
Customs duties and taxes are percentages calculated based on the Customs Value.
The customs value is based on the declared value, which in turn shall be stated on Commercial Invoice – a document issued by the supplier. It’s critical that the correct value is declared on the Commercial Invoice, or you might end up paying the wrong amount.
It’s always the importer’s responsibility to ensure that the correct declared value is stated on the Commercial Invoice. This responsibility cannot be shifted to the Chinese supplier.
HS Codes
The customs duty is not entirely based on the declared value – it also varies between different products. However, customs officers are busy people. They don’t have time to open every single carton and classify the items on their own. Instead, an HS code specifies the type of product/s.
HS Codes (Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System) are part of an international classification system that makes this process quite simple. Yet, it’s up to you to ensure that the correct HS Code is specified on the Commercial Invoice. Otherwise, you’ll end up paying a custom duty rate based on the wrong product.
“Are custom duties refunded?”
No, unlike VAT, customs duties cannot be offset. Therefore the customs duty shall be considered as part of the product cost – and not a temporary outlay. Sometimes the duty rate is so low it barely makes a difference. However, in other cases the duty rate makes up a substantial part of the procurement cost.
Payment of customs and taxes
There are various ways to pay the customs duties and related taxes, when importing from China. In fact, you can even pay them directly to your Chinese supplier. Below we list the most common cases:
Option #1: Pay customs duties & taxes to the shipping company
This option is probably the most simple. Your cargo arrives at the Port of Destination and the customs authorities adds customs and taxes (e.g. VAT) based on the declared value and the HS code. This amount is then invoiced to you by your shipping company (e.g. FedEx or DHL.)
In some cases, you are required to pay the customs and tax invoice before the goods are delivered. However, you might get better payment terms if you’re an account holder of the freight company in question. This service doesn’t come free of charge. The shipping company usually charges somewhere between US$40 – 80 for managing the customs declaration.
Option #2: Apply for customs credit from your local customs authorities
Customs authorities offer customs credit to importers. Basically, a customs credit allows you to first get your cargo to your warehouse and pay customs and taxes at a later date. The transaction is then made directly to a bank account operated by the Customs Authority, instead of paying the freight company (as detailed in Option #1).
Option #3: Purchase DDP (Delivery Duty Paid) directly from your supplier
DDP is an incoterm that, on top of shipping and port fees, includes custom duties. The customs duty is included in the price you pay your supplier. However, additional taxes such as VAT and GST, is in general not included due to cross-border taxation issues. Instead, these taxes are paid upon arrival in the Port of Destination.
“Do we need to pay custom duties or other taxes in China?”
No, foreign companies and individuals are not tax subjects in China. Besides, any costs generated in China shall be included in the FOB (Free on Board) price. However, if you purchase products on Ex Work terms (EXW) from your Chinese supplier, no shipping and exporting related costs are included.
This means that you’ll need to pay for transportation from the supplier’s facility to the Port of Loading in China – AND pay for exporting clearance documents. While this is not a tax, it’s still a cost you cannot

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