Sultry sex robot capable of ‘eliciting human emotion’ as doll ‘born in factory’

Sex doll factory workers claim the 'birth' of a new doll can be an emotional time for staff.

The Real Doll exposed the inner workings of a sex robot factory with a pic of staff gathered around a mould for a new busty doll on Instagram.

The @realdoll account boasts over 47k followers and has posted everything from barely completed dolls and robots to staff painting dildos – but the last thing anyone expected was for it to be an emotional time.

However, the caption on the company's latest posts said: "Very few feelings are as good as popping a mould to the birth of a new doll!"

And in another post, the company wrote: "A knowing smirk and longing eyes, sure tell us the dolls aren't capable of eliciting emotion."

Fans of the company have shared their excitement for the new creation as only a slight glimpse of it can be seen from the corner.

One commenter wrote: "Another work of art."

Another added: "Can't wait to visit the factory! I know the Doll King is welcome."

The US-based sex toy company was awarded the Sex Doll brand of the year in 2020 at a time when sales soared around the world during Covid-19.

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CEO of RealDoll, Matthew McMullen said: "We’re absolutely blown away with this award, and what it means within the industry to be selected.

“Thank you to everyone who voted, and helped us to make this dream a reality. We’re proudly displaying the award at our headquarters.”

With lockdown stopping people from socialising or dating in a traditional sense, makers of the life-like vessels from across the world have seen a surge in enquiries and orders.

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Australian Ryan James told Yahoo News that he had seen a massive interest in his company's array of “companion dolls or love dolls”.

He claims that people are willing to pay £1,600 – £2,100 per doll and that the company has had to stockpile the lusty mannequins after the global pandemic caused a delay in their arrival from Chinese factories.

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