The objectum flag.

Agalmatum flag

Objectum Sexuality and Objectum Romanticism (OS/OR) often shorted to just Objectum, sometimes also called Pygmaliosexual, is the attraction to inanimate objects. This attraction can be sexual, romantic, or both, it can also be a form of tertiary attraction. The objects that an objectum individual is attracted to are often called "beloved objects", these objects often have names and personalities to the objectum person. They may go on dates or do other romantic things with their beloved object.

Beloved objects can be "private objects", meaning objects that one owns, which can include: toys, cars/trucks, plants, musical instruments, articles of clothing, etc. They can also be "public objects", meaning objects that are something public or in a public space, which can include: buildings, bridges, machines, statues, fences, water, amusement park rides, etc. Objects do not have to be tangible and can also include things such as logos, letters, or concepts. Some objectum people are polyamorous, and are dedicated to many objects, while some are devoted to a single object. Objectum people can be attracted to people as well or they could be exclusively attracted to objects.

Amusrum flag

Some objectum people believe in animism; the idea that everything has a spirit or spiritual energy, including people, plants, animals, and objects. Objectum people will often talk to their beloved objects and many feel that the object talks back in its own way.

Objectum sexuality is different from a sexual paraphilia, as a paraphilia does not imply a devoted personal relationship, feeling mutual and reciprocal attraction, and usually does not include animistic beliefs. Dr. Ay Marsh, a sexologist who has studied OS people, has developed a spectrum that explains some of the differences between object fetishism and objectum orientation[1].

Conceptum flag

Objectum Identities

Agalmatum

An objectum who is primarily or exclusively attracted to toys, dolls, mannequins, statues, sculptures, etc.[2]

Amusrum

An objectum who is primarily or exclusively attracted to amusement park rides.[3]

Inflateajectum flag

Conceptum

An objectum who is primarily or exclusively attracted to concepts. It can be an attraction to representations of a concept, or to the concept itself, as well as other possible variations.[4]

Inflateajectum

Onsum flag

An objectum who is primarily or exclusively attracted to inflatable objects, such as pool toys.[5]

Onsum

An objectum who is primarily or exclusively attracted to certain food or recipes.[3]

Plantum

An objectum who is primarily or exclusively attracted to plants, gardens, fruit, vegetables, forests, etc. Also called botanosexual[6] or florasexual.

Plantum flag

Plushum

An objectum who is primarily or exclusively attracted to stuffed toys or other soft objects.[7] Also called pelusexual.

Qulitum

Plushum flag

An objectum who is primarily or exclusively attracted to quilts or blankets.[3]

Sculptum

An objectum who is primarily or exclusively attracted to things that they create themselves. Can be sculpted, sewn, etc.[3]

Turum

An objectum who is primarily or exclusively attracted to furniture, such as couches, chairs, beds, etc.

Vehium

Quiltum flag

An objectum who is attracted to vehicles, robots, and/or other technology.

Naturum

An objectum who is attracted to nature (other than plants). This includes fire, water, rocks, mountains, landscapes, etc.

Multum

An objectum who has attraction to some objects, but not others. For example, one could be both turum and plushum.

Flags

Scluptum flag

Main flag: the blue represents physical objects, whether man-made or nature based. Gray represents abstract or non-tangible inanimate objects. Yellow is eye catching and bright, representing public objects. Purple is muted and calming, representing personal objects. White represents the animistic belief held by many OS folks. The red circle represents the OS/OR community and it is filled in with the flag’s core color of white to represent the spirit objectum sense in their beloved objects.

Agalmatum flag: the pink represents attraction, the tan represents sculptures, the grey represents statues, and brown represents dolls/toys.

Amusrum flag: brownish-grey represents park rides, grey represents the thrill of amusement park rides, light red represents attraction, and dark red represents amusement parks in a whole.

Turum flag

Conceptum flag: the green represents social concepts, the turqoise represents emotional concepts, yellow represents mental concepts, and orange-ish yellow represents fantasy/fictional concepts.

Inflateajectum flag: the pink represents balloons, orange represents inflateable toys, light blue represents inflateable pool toys, and dark blue represents all other inflateable objects.

Onsum flag: the orange represents large meals and desserts, yellow represents snacks and smaller meals, blue represents candy and recipes, and green represents fruit and vegetable based meals.

Vehium flag

Naturum flag

Plantum flag: the brown represents forests, jungles, trees, and bushes. The pale green represents mushrooms and fungi. Light green represents veggie, herbs, fruit/berry plants. Finally, dark green represents cacti and aquatic-plants.

Multum flag

Plushum flag: the pastels represent the childlike nature associated with plushes and stuffed toys.

Quiltum flag: the warm oranges represent warmth and comfort of blankets and quilts.

Sculptum flag: the yellow represents creativity and the pink represents love and care put into creation.

Turum flag: the brown represents tables, stools, and similar furniture. The red represents couches, beds, loveseats, beanbags, and similar furniture.

Vehium flag: the greys represent robotical structure and data, as technology are often associated with greys.

Naturum flag: the blue represents water and ice related nature, the green represents mountains, forests, field, etc related nature, yellow represents beaches/dessert related nature, and orange represents heat related nature.

Multum flag: the colors are based off of the multisexual flag.

Sources

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