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    I have a question about so called fetishes. Mainly dealing with fictional and real people.

    I surf the net all the time and I found something about fanboys and girls having a love obsession with fictional characters. It amazes me how they act in such a way.

    One person who caught my attention is a France Citizen named Alix Henriol. She claims herself as Sonic the Hedgehog, Sega's mascot's wife. She does not seem to be aware that Sonic isn't real. Yet, she said she had sex with Sonic, and this made her famous worldwide for many other robophiles; who think she is a GOD.

    Here is a link about her Sonic dedicated website, Sonic Passion (Warning; this is not going to be pretty!)

    http://www.sonic-online.com/sonicpassion/

    And her webpage,

    http://www.alix-henriol.com/menu.htm

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    Clearly a gimmick , that or she and her followers are nuts


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    How is that so? Can you explain how it is a gimmick, please?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sciking
    How is that so? Can you explain how it is a gimmick, please?
    It's a way for her to become famous obviously. And it's evidentally worked. Expect to see in the coming years some Arcady type porn coming from her.
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    That is fake, although there is a group of people who believe that cartoon characters exists in an alternate plane of reality, and that they share spiritual connections with fictional characters, or are actually the fictional character reborn into our world. I'll try and find an article on these people.
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    What the f is a gimmick?!
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    Amy will be jealous.

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    I saw a TV program last night about women in love with objects. One woman was in love with a church banister, another the Berlin bridge etc. They said they are telepathically communicating with their objects, they kiss them, talk to them and mount them.

    The girl who loves Sonic hedgehog might be one of these people but I doubt it. I am going with the gimmick.

    Gimmick is something you do deliberately to attract attention and it is usually something a little out of the ordinary, like a male comic wearing makeup and womens clothes even though he is not a cross-dresser by nature.[/url]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theoryofrelativity
    I saw a TV program last night about women in love with objects. One woman was in love with a church banister, another the Berlin bridge etc. They said they are telepathically communicating with their objects, they kiss them, talk to them and mount them.

    The girl who loves Sonic hedgehog might be one of these people but I doubt it. I am going with the gimmick.

    Gimmick is something you do deliberately to attract attention and it is usually something a little out of the ordinary, like a male comic wearing makeup and womens clothes even though he is not a cross-dresser by nature.[/url]
    Seems like you have something there. It may very well be a gimmick.
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    like a male comic wearing makeup and womens clothes even though he is not a cross-dresser by nature.
    Eddie Izzard?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER
    like a male comic wearing makeup and womens clothes even though he is not a cross-dresser by nature.
    Eddie Izzard?
    He did spring to mind, though I think he may also be a bit of a cross-dresser by nature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theoryofrelativity
    Quote Originally Posted by KALSTER
    like a male comic wearing makeup and womens clothes even though he is not a cross-dresser by nature.
    Eddie Izzard?
    He did spring to mind, though I think he may also be a bit of a cross-dresser by nature.
    I have a curious attraction to Apple products, but I think that's because I like the smooth, sleek rounded form....

    Moving swiftly on... do you think that cross-dressing might help me with my fear of talking to women? If so, what style of underwear do you recommend? Also, I find Noel Fielding strangely attractive... should I be concerned?

    I would expect Selene to pass comment, but it seems that her penchant for large phallic water features has landed her a 1 week ban
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highball

    Moving swiftly on... do you think that cross-dressing might help me with my fear of talking to women? If so, what style of underwear do you recommend?
    Check out my site here, it has all the help you seek

    www.cross-dresser-guide.blogspot.com
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    I'm normal and have not fiction fetishes. So far.
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