British woman in lesbian ‘relationship’ with chandelier named Lumiere

NewsHub 6 December 2017
Family First Comment: “This isn’t the only famous case of objectophilia, American woman Erika LaBrie ‘married’ the Eiffel Tower in 2007, while Swedish-born Eija-Riitta Berliner-Mauer ‘married’ the Berlin Wall over 30 years ago. Ms Liberty wants to reassure people that it’s “ok to be different”, telling Caters: “It’s ok to be different, to think differently. The main thing is you aren’t hurting anybody.”
Yep! That’s correct. Love is love. ‘Marriage Equality’ 💝 
….. apparently.
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A British woman claims she is ‘engaged’ to a chandelier named Lumiere, and is in an ‘open relationship’ with 25 others.

Amanda Liberty identifies as ‘objectum-sexual’ – known as ‘objectophilia’ – meaning she feels sexual attraction and emotional attachment to inanimate objects.

‘Lumiere’, named after the charismatic living chandelier from Beauty and the Beast, caught Ms Liberty’s eye on Ebay and she says “it was love at first sight.”, Caters TV reports. She immediately bought the piece and it arrived from Germany six days later.

Despite the original character being a man, Ms Liberty identifies Lumiere as a woman, saying she loves the chandelier’s “energy and beauty”.

“Last Valentine’s Day I proposed to her, to signify our long-lasting love,” Amanda told the Caters. “I hope at some point we will have a commitment ceremony. I haven’t been engaged before, so it’s very new and exciting!”

While she has ‘proposed’ to Lumiere, Ms Liberty says she is in an open relationship with her entire 25-strong collection of chandeliers, but says jealousy isn’t an issue and they all feel appreciated.
READ MORE: http://www.newshub.co.nz/home/world/2017/12/british-woman-in-lesbian-relationship-with-chandelier-named-lumiere.html

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