Are you a lady-fan of Justin Bieber? Do you stay awake all night pining for love of Bieber? A company has a new must-have Christmas gift that just hit the shelves, "Just-in Beaver," a blow-up sex doll that bears an uncanny resemblance to the pop star.
The company, Pipedream Co., is already known in the adult sex toy industry for cashing in on the demand for the bodies of celebrities. They also make Miley Cyrus sex dolls. But just how ethical is commercializing the body of a teen celeb who his barely of legal age?
The company may not admit the doll is a representation of Justin Bieber, but the attributes "Just-in Beaver" share in common with Justin Bieber are sufficient to fuel the salacious fantasies of millions of girls (and boys?) who idolize him.
The Inquistr reports the company’s official product description reads as follows:
“Meet Just-In Beaver, the barely legal boy-toy who’s waited 18 long years to stick his lil’ d***y in something sticky! When he’s not busy beating up paparazzi or beating off, he’s up to his high-tops in hot Hollywood tail! But the Beave-ster doesn't have this effect just on women — he turns straight men gay faster than you can peel his skinny jeans off! So what are you waiting for, inflate this lil’ p***ks’s ego even more and have your very own Beaver bash!”
Just-in Beaver blow-up sex doll
Hollywood News Daily reports that the product package also takes a shot at Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber's girlfriend, “Beaver Tells All: Selena can suck the gold off my Grammy.”
Examiner reports the doll is anatomically correct, just how correct is unconfirmed, but the doll is being marketed as a sex doll for guys and girls at $26. You need to be 18 to purchase.
According to AMOG, Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus aren't the only celebrities on the market as unlicensed sex dolls. Besides "Just-In Beaver" and “Finally Miley," Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera, Beyonce, Jessica Alba, and Jessica Simpsons are other celebs whose blow-up sex doll replicas are available to the public for self-pleasure entertainment.
The Inquisitr reports the "Beaver" doll is unlicensed, and its unlikely it would be available for purchase for too long. Hollywood News Daily says:" It’s a safe bet that Justin and Selena’s lawyers will be all over this, and it will be banned from sale. So, if you’re crazy enough to want one, now is the time to get it."