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    Woman sexually attracted to objects is in a relationship with a PLANE

    Many of us know what it feels like to fall in love. But what is it like to fall in love with a plane? 

    THE WOMAN SPENDS HER FREE TIME PLANE SPOTTING

    A young woman sexually attracted to objects has announced she’s in a relationship with a plane.

    According to a report by The Mirror Uk, the young woman Sarah Rodo, 23, identifies as an ‘Objectum Sexual,’ which means that she is sexually attracted to inanimate objects.

    Sarah reportedly said she feels an overwhelming love towards the passenger plane that she now refers to as her boyfriend.

    Sarah, who is from Dortmund, Germany, has given relationships with humans a go but claims the aircraft make her feel complete.

    THE WOMAN HAS TWO TATTOOS OF HER BEAU ON HER ARM

    She loves to spend her free time plane spotting and has two tattoos of her beau on her arm, and even dreams of marrying the Boeing 737 named ‘Dicki’.

    Woman sexually attracted to objects is in a relationship with a PLANE
    One of the tattoos Photo: Instagram
    Woman sexually attracted to objects is in a relationship with a PLANE
    The second tattoo. Photo: Instagram

    According to the report, she even has 50 replica models that sleep in her bed, and she gets physical with them.

    She’s so in love that she regularly travels by plane so she can remain close to her partner.

    However, such a marriage ceremony would be deemed illegal in her native country.

    NOT A NEW THING TO LOVE OBJECTS

    This is not something new. 

    In 2019 Experimental musician Jodi Rose, from Sydney, fell head over heels with a 14th-century stone bridge in the south of France.

     According to Daily Mail, she fell in love with the 14th-century stone structure that is called Le Pont du Diable — which translates to ‘The Devil’s Bridge’ — in 2013. 

    A WOMAN FELL HEAD OVER HEELS IN LOVE WITH A STONE BRIDGE  

    The woman was traveling around the world for a music project when she encountered the 600-year-old structure. She claims she immediately knew ‘he’ was the one for her.

    WHAT MAKES OS DIFFERENT FROM AN OBSESSION?

    According to Objectum-Sexuality.org, there is not much difference. Love is a feeling that preoccupies one’s thoughts. 

    “This in its own right describes a degree of obsession where all focus is on the one desired. Because it is so unorthodox, our attraction and devotion to the object of our affection are what devotes our interest to a level that appears merely obsessive to others.” 

    HOW CAN ONE LOVE AN INANIMATE OBJECT? 

    Indeed, the meaning of love comes into question. However, there is no single definition because this feeling has many levels and crosses every part of the spectrum. 

    Virtually every “one” and every “thing” can be loved. Love does not have any rules that require to “whom” or to “what” we express this multifaceted emotion, as long as it causes no violation or harm to the subject. 

    HOW CAN ONE LOVE A PUBLIC OBJECT? 

    “We do not all love public objects, but certainly the ones who do may face complications similar to people in long-distance relationships. Unless there is regular contact, such as working for or around the object, distance can pose a difficult problem for the development of a connection. 

    “To overcome the challenge, many objectum-sexuals build or acquire scale models. While models cannot replace the original, they provide a link as an extension of the object. Similar to people carrying photographs or articles such as jewelry to remind them of their distant lover. Naturally, whenever possible, we prefer to be with the object we love.”

    Objectum-Sexuality

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