Married To The Eiffel Tower

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This Documentary explores the world of three women who are sexually and emotionally attracted to objects. These so-called ‘objectum sexuals’ shy away from contact with other humans in favour of structures large and small.

Naisho, an American woman, has been lovingly connected with the Golden Gate Bridge, has a fence for a lover in her bedroom, used to be in love with an archery bow and is now officially married to the Eiffel Tower.

Together with Naisho and the documentary crew, a swedish woman introduces us to some of her lovers – a guillotine and a fence, and another American woman gives us an insight to her three greatest lovers in this world. A carnival fun ride, a church fence and the Empire State building in New York.

It is a journey into the notions of love, tolerance, freedom of choice in our modern world, and a road towards understanding objectophilia better.

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  • E46

    these women have found a solution to  life’s pain. what do you cure yours with?
    also they have found an outlet for sensitivity, tenderness and passion -what is yours?
    Do you still have any? most of us lose it by the age of 9.
    they are not hurting anyone-they are keeping something within themselves alive-that takes courage and strength. we could all use help when it comes to connecting with other people-if they have their reasons to be farther behind in this or to have given up on it – who the fuck are we to judge-. 

  • steroids

    the only good thing about France is the tower.

  • Geust

    If these objects really DO have feelings, how do we know the objects don’t feel like whores or rape victims?  Sex without permission…raise your hand if you’re in favor of that.  It’s like that guy who says that wife-beating is a way of expressing love.  Seriously, buy a dildo; they came into this life with that purpose in mind.

  • yassy

    im scared loooool

  • jonty

    these woman are gorgeous and intelligen. Hearing there pasts i can understand why they distance themselves from people which is a shame. But- they seem happy.

  • Vick-e-collins

    ….im so disturbed right now

  • KooKookaChoo

    This certainly stretched the limits of my sensibilities, but I am happy to know there is a community of support for these people — it must be very difficult because they are so different. I just find it hard to hear them talk about being loved back or the feelings of objects – it screams of how humans need to be needed and loved, despite fear of rejection or pain; it makes me sad for them. 

  • ana

    they are crazy.

  • marriage communication

    Sometimes I contemplate if folks truly take time to write something original, or are they only just dishing out words to fill a site. This surely doesn’t fit that mold. Thank you for taking the time to write with awareness. From Time To Time I look at a page and question whether they even proofread it.Fantastic work with this article.

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  • Doc

    WHAT WAS THAT, These people need serious help.

  • Anon

    … I have the weirdest boner right now

  • Ct

    Well, they aren’t hurting anyone. If this is their coping mechanism, I guess it is how it is. That said, clearly these women are ill — and I wouldn’t liken this to a sexual orientation at all. The fact that these women believe that the objects love them back or can communicate with them via telepathy is what really shows this to be a mental illness. The women are imagining a made-up world where objects have volition and experiences. Of course, this is a fantasy only real in their brains, but not in reality — so, crazy it is.

    Fascinating too….

  • E

    I am incredibly open minded, but this… this is something else altogether. No amount of study I have done in the field of Psychology could have prepared me for what I have just seen.

  • qiuyan

    actually why do we care to label. if it is not hurting us or other parties.

    Otherwise completely unnecessary.

  • Nicki2456

    The only problem I see with this is how many lovers these people have. How can they be in love with 5 different things? That’s not a very good relationship if you say you love a bridge, but also love a fence, that doll, a crossbow and being married to the eiffel tower.

  • tim

    this is the funniest god dam movie I’ve ever seen!!!

  • tim

    9 cats! thats a huge surprise!

  • tim

    I’ve been giggling for the past hour. this is one of the funniest fucking things I’ve ever seen, and the best part is there being super serious about everything. I feel like I’m Eric Cartman in the southpark episode “With Apologies to Jesse Jackson” when he is laughing uncontrollably at the Dwarf. dose this make me a bad person?this is how i feel

  • Non

    I don’t understand all the hateful comments – yeah it’s really weird but they’re not hurting anyone. I get the feeling half the people didn’t even watch most of the documentary before posting. It probably is a coping mechanism after all of the heartache and abuse, but the objects can still “reject” them. After all, didn’t the main lady “fall out” with her lover bow? Either way, I don’t see this as any worse than people who have sex with dolls or jerk off to anime. Heck, even using with sex toys is sort of in the same field. The only difference is that in this case love is involved instead of interacting with an inanimate objects purely for the sex and these women are open about it, unlike the basement dwelling waifu weirdos.

  • Jet

    At first I did not know what to think until she broke down at the church and I could see she just wanted to be accepted.

  • Emzkie Tabasa

    taahahaha – i cannot understand–

  • Alison B.

    I wild cringe ride from start to end.

  • joy

    This has me wondering if necrophilia is a form of objectum sexuality. The cold concrete wall, the cold cadaver. I prefer humans, but I know what it’s like to feel enveloped by a place, to feel inspired by the land, to feel knocked out by the beauty of an object like neon green Lamborghini my physician owns. That is one sexy car.