Erika LaBrie, a woman popular for having romantic feelings for inanimate objects, says she is physically attracted to fences.
In a now-viral video, LaBrie, who is an American female competitive archer and advocate for object sexuality, is seen straddling a tall and chiseled red fence while reflecting on her attraction to it.
LaBrie identifies as an objectum sexual — a term used to describe someone who can become romantically and sexually attracted to inanimate objects.
“I did not expect to find a fence like this here at all. He (fence) is perfect, I mean this is the shape that I like so much. These angles? Fabulous,” she said.
In the video clip, the woman said the fence is “sweet”. LaBrie added that she is easily attracted to fences because “they’re perfect in their geometry.”
“Fences are such dangerous objects for me because they are so perfect in their geometry,” she added.
“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.”
The video, which has amassed millions of views on TikTok, has continued to elicit different reactions on social media.
LaBrie became prominent in 2007 for “marrying” the Eiffel Tower located in Paris, France in a commitment ceremony.
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