World’s first sex robot for women launched complete with customisable penis, fake stubble and Brad Pitt’s chiselled torso
4th December 2018

Henry might appear to be every heterosexual girl’s dream, with his rugged appearance and angular cheekbones which have been compared to a “young Brad Pitt”.

But whatever the claims of his performance between the sheets he still can’t take the bins out.

However, Henry does come equipped with a silicone penis that can be customised – though it’s not yet bionic.

All 5' 11" of Henry can be yours for around £7,800 ($10,000) but the price varies depending on the specifications the buyer selects.

He's also well-equipped – in an AI sense – and can recite poetry or the lyrics to your favourite songs as well as tell jokes.

Henry can also welcome you home after a long day – all with a British accent, if you want.

The company does produce a range of male dolls, which can be customised to some extent.

While the basic dolls – also called Michael, Mick and Nate – have a basic design things such as eye and hair colour can be selected, as well as skin tone.

Buyers can also select penis type, which can be detachable.

Matt McMullen, the chief executive of Abyss Creations, which owns Realbotix, told The Times: “We’ve had a lot more inquiries than you would think from women who want not a sex partner but a companion — someone to talk to.

“I said, ‘Well, you know, he could listen to you, he’ll remember everything, but he’s not going to be able to take out the trash just yet, or fix the sink or anything like that.’”

So far the sex doll industry has largely been focused on female dolls with a varying degree of AI interactivity but that could be about to change with Henry as the fledgling industry starts to gear up to provide for the needs of women.

As Mr McMullen points out, the requirements women want differ from those of men.

He said: “[We’ve had] a lot of request from women – not just as a sex partner, but as a companion.

“We really are focusing all our energy on the companionship aspect.”

Some women who have already tried out a male doll give them the thumbs up.

In a video by Karley Sciortino for Vice, adult entertainer Jessica Ryan said her male sex doll was “so much easier than doing a Tinder date.”

The industry, while still in its infancy, is predicted to grow in the next few years, with some estimated saying it will be worth £23.5billion by 2020.

That estimate could be realised with online searches for sex robot porn having nearly doubled in 2017.



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