I am physically attracted to a fence – some people may say it's odd but I love it as a companion | The Sun

I am physically attracted to a fence – some people may say it's odd but I love it as a companion | The Sun

June 24, 2022

ONE woman took her romantic life to a new level when she became attracted to a tall and chiseled suitor – a fence.

The attraction highlighted in a video by TikTok user @mistaiah has shocked some viewers.


The woman, named Erika LaBrie, became famous for marrying the Eiffel tower after a documentary about her attraction to inanimate objects was released.

In a clip from the documentary, Erika is seen straddling a red fence and pleasantly talking to the camera about her attraction.

"I did not expect to find a fence like this here at all," Erika explains.

"He's perfect, I mean this is the shape that I like so much. These angles? Fabulous."

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Erika identifies as an objectum sexual, which is a person who can become romantically and sexually attracted to inanimate objects.

In the viral TikTok clip, which has amassed over 1.4million likes, Erika explains what attracts her to the fence as she touches and examines it.

"Fences are such dangerous objects for me because they are so perfect in their geometry," the woman says.

"I mean, I have to say there is a lot of physical stuff going on right now.

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"I'm definitely physically attracted to this fence and I would like to get to know this fence better."

She goes on to talk directly to the fence, saying that it is "sweet."

TikTok users commented on the video expressing their reactions to the unusual love affair.

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"Fence, blink twice if you need help," one user joked.

Another wrote: "I feel like I'm interrupting something."

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