Woman Who Is Sexually Attracted To A Fence Says She Wants To Get To Know It Better
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A woman who made clear she is physically attracted to a fence said she wants to get to know it better while caressing the wood.
You may recognise the woman involved in this unusual relationship, because Erika LaBrie previously gained attention through a documentary about her attraction to inanimate objects and her unique wedding to the Eiffel Tower.
Though she tied the knot with the famous Parisian landmark, Erika's attractions come in all shapes and sizes, as made clear by her fascination with the red wooden fence she was filmed stumbling upon in the documentary.
In a clip from the show, Erika can be seen stroking the posts of the fence and describing it as 'perfect'.
"I did not expect to find a fence like this here at all," she said. "I mean this is the shape that I like so much. These angles? Fabulous."
Rather than a solid fence made of plain old wooden rectangles, the fence showed off jazzy slanted angles at the top of each post.
She continued: "Fences are such dangerous objects for me because they are so perfect in their geometry. I mean, I have to say there is a lot of physical stuff going on right now. I'm definitely physically attracted to this fence and I would like to get to know this fence better."
After explaining her feelings to the camera, Erika began to talk to the fence directly as she sat straddled across it, describing it as 'sweet'.
Erika identifies as an objectum sexual (OS), which means she can become romantically and sexually attracted to inanimate objects.
She previously spoke to the New Zealand Herald about her sexuality, pointing out 'everyone has a type they are drawn to', including those who identify as OS.
"I find my type is an object that’s misunderstood by the world. The Eiffel Tower is surrounded by millions of tourists who are in love with each other, not with her," she said.
Following the release of the documentary, Erika claimed it had 'raised misconceptions that OS people were inclined towards objects for the sake of control due to factors such as abuse and mental illness'.
However, she pointed out: "Numbers suggest that most have no more issues than a normal cross-section of society.”
Erika's relationship with the Eiffel Tower came to an end after 10 years, but she stressed it will 'always have a place' in her heart.