A BBC documentary about Objectophilia, a fetish where a person feels sexual desires for inanimate objects such as bridges, fences, the Eiffel Tower, etc. Part 1 of 7 is above and the rest of the parts can be found here.
This reminds me of women who name their vibrator(s).
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The psychology of this is fascinating – but in a Freudian sense, not that hard to decipher.
I’m a little concerned that she took a piece of the Golden Gate Bridge… has anyone checked to see if that was a structurally-significant piece?
Also, I find it interesting that something as phallic as the Eiffel Tower would be female. It’s funny that Paris originally tried to rip it down as an aesthetic abomination and it was saved only because it was converted into a radio tower, but is now so appreciated that it’s not only a world-famous tourist spot but also someone’s spouse.
I personally debunked the “phallic” theories as nonsense a long time ago. It’s an obsession, like the number 23.
I was trully shaken by the BBC documentary about real dolls, but THIS reachs another level.
Fascinating and disturbing.
Weird! I just learned about this three days ago!
Bill Simmons mentioned this on Adam Carolla’s podcast a few days ago.
this is exactly what all those crazed gay-marriage opponents predicted! Gah!
All I can say is holy shit. These people are f****** nuts.
I met “Mrs Berlin wall” online about a decade ago…was a very strange experience.
I guess I have Objectophilia because to me every woman is nothing more than an object. Ho!
Weird. But who am I to judge?
I cant see how she could love that bridge. I know from a reliable source that the Golden Gate bridge routinely participates in assisted suicides.
She should really find a nice, understanding foot bridge. Size isn’t everything, you know.
@ Rev. Snarfleez
LOL! (No, really. I laughed out loud. )
It makes me really sad for these people. Your childhood needs to be filled with love. They never got love and it’s so sad. If having sex with objects helps them cope with life, then I’m happy for them.
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