A series of sex dolls aimed at the LGBTQ community could soon be available after a realistic sex doll company looks to release a model for lesbians.

RealDoll, an American adult toy and robotics company, are looking to expand their market by offering models catered to the LGBTQ community through programming.

According to reports, RealDoll is currently working on models of lesbian dolls as it continues to head towards the release of its first-ever male sex doll.

The company previously announced it was working on a male doll, called Henry, revealing it can be programmed to be gay.

Speaking in an Instagram video, Matt McMullen, CEO of RealDoll subdivision Realbotix, said spoke about the complexities of creating the artificial intelligence of Henry with regards to sexual preference.

He said: “Not only do we need to create a different gender, but we also need to create a sexual preference in the profile, and this would be something that would also propagate to the female platform as well."

Henry will also be the first of their dolls to be fitted with a bionic penis, which uses “lift trucks” to create the experience of an erect penis.

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As reported by Pink News, McMullen said: “We’re going to be working on some sort of very special insert for Henry so that he’s able to, you know, lift trucks with his penis or something.”

RealDoll is expected to release Henry sometime during 2022.

The company first tried to enter new markets by creating a sex doll in 2019 called Harmony.

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RealDoll created Harmony, which features a Scottish accent, as a model that could cater to the bisexual market.

The company currently has dolls that are capable of moving their heads and faces but the future of the industry could see fully animated bodies.

McMullen has stated the company is already working on animatronic bodies but currently trying to ensure it is safe.

He said that a robotic arm that is capable of lifting the weight of an arm would be “strong” and if something goes wrong, it could cause potential injury.

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