Is Objectum Sexual (OS) the Next Set of Letters in the LGBTQWTF Acronym?

Recently, we all learned about new sexual identities like “two spirit” and “questioning” when a teacher’s group in Canada reeducated us about the latest victim groups that need attention. Right on cue, a new sexual orientation has leapt onto the scene. “Objectum sexual” describes people who are sexually attracted to inanimate objects like cars or statues. Amanda Liberty is one such person whose attraction for hanging chandeliers cannot be suppressed. Inside Edition reports,

Amanda Liberty, 33, of Leeds, said she proposed to her favorite chandelier on Valentine’s Day while continuing an open relationship with the rest of her collection of 25 chandeliers. “You can’t control who you fall in love with and things just went from there,” [Liberty said].

Perhaps not surprisingly, her new spouse’s name is “Lumiere.” Liberty once had a relationship with the Statue of Liberty but the traveling costs put a damper on their passion.

She was also previously been in love with the Statue of Liberty — for which she legally changed her name in 2010 — and has traveled to New York six times to visit it, but said the distance took its toll on their relationship.

I would imagine the size difference was also a stumbling block. If you think Liberty is a lone mental case, you would be wrong. An entire organization exists to support other OS people called Objectum-Sexuality Internationale, which describes OS on their website.

We love objects on a very significant level and many of us in an intimate way.  This feeling is innate.  Objectùm-sexual love comes for most in a similar awakening as other sexualities at the start of puberty.  This is often followed by an acute awareness that we do not relate to peers due to the source of projected feelings.  Often objectùm-sexual people feel outcast or pressured by mainstream sexuality with a helpless feeling that we cannot change what comes so naturally to us.

We can thank Swede Eija-Riitta Eklöf for this latest perversion to go mainstream.

June 17, 1979, Eija-Riitta Eklöf followed her heart and married the object of her true desire, the Berlin Wall, unofficially adding Berliner-Mauer to her surname… In 1999, Eija-Riitta launched the first internet group with an extended invitation to anyone interested in discussing objectùm-sexual issues.

It seems that Eklöf’s favorite object is a red fence.

The Red Fence is cherished by Eija-Riitta as an object she holds dear to her heart.  As a tribute to her courage and devotion, Röda Staketet is to the objectùm-sexual community…  our symbol.

The Meaning…

Fences exist throughout society.  We put them up to protect ourselves but not to shut people out.  One can look over a Fence and see what’s on the other side.  If the grass is indeed greener or not…  this we decide for ourselves.

She would not be popular with the Resist movement. Maybe the Democrats would let Trump build the wall if he told them it was integral to his sexual identity.