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If you love it so much why don’t you marry it?

There’s a comment I haven’t said or heard since the second grade. Yet it seems particularly perfect for what I recently learned about courtesy of BBC.

We’ve all had something that we loved that wasn’t a person. A blankie, a stuffed animal, maybe a favorite book you completely treasure-whatever it may be, we’ve all had something. You love or loved it to a certain degree and it was very important to you (but probably not as important to you as say your boyfriend or wife, or secret lover even). Your feelings of love, attraction, arousal, and commitment are focused on a very real human being.

Brace yourself, and allow me to enlighten you with the revelation that there are people out there (more than you’d think) that consider the mere thought of a relationship with an actual human being to be ludicrous. Human sexuality is interesting and diverse in its own right full of fetishes and what have you. People are into some crazy things, but this takes the cake. The politically correct term for the individual in love with an object or building is Objectum-Sexual. Just as the name suggests I am indeed talking about people who are in love with inanimate objects.

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4 Responses

  1. sonyja says:

    This is a rather interesting article. The Subject matter is not surprising. I wondered if the fear or lack of being loved plays a part.

  2. aliceseeswhitelight says:

    my first love was a tree.

  3. […] Big fan of the Lifetime program Drop Dead Diva! (to watch) I’m also a huge fan of plots based on actual events. Having personally researched and written about the topic of objectum-sexuality — people who are in love with inanimate (non-human) objects. One of the cases two of the lawyers were defending involved a woman with an unnatural attachment to a large plant, and she was suing for custody of. And while the client in my opinion didn’t ultimately align with the characteristics of their sexuality, it was a hoot hearing the brief reference to an orientation rarely discussed. (Still curious about object lovers? click here) […]

  4. […] Big fan of the Lifetime program Drop Dead Diva! (to watch) I’m also a huge fan of plots based on actual events. Having personally researched and written about the topic of objectum-sexuality — people who are in love with inanimate (non-human) objects. One of the cases two of the lawyers were defending involved a woman with an unnatural attachment to a large plant, and she was suing for custody of. And while the client in my opinion didn’t ultimately align with the characteristics of their sexuality, it was a hoot hearing the brief reference to an orientation rarely discussed. (Still curious about object lovers? click here) […]

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