Forniphilia: It’s both more common than it sounds, and has been around a lot longer than you might have imagined.  Though the term “forniphilia” was coined by Jeff Gord, and his website, House of Gord, is undeniably the place on the Net to find the most inventive forniphilia imagery around…

Woman as sprinkler.

“Woman as Fountain”

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“Woman as Table”

…the concept of human furniture has been around a lot longer than Gord has.

Fauteuil (1893) by François-Rupert Carabin

Fauteuil (1893) by François-Rupert Carabin

Using people as human furniture has been around as long as one person has been willing – or could be forced – to get down on their hands and knees and be a “stool” for someone else’s feet. I’ll bet some caveman or woman used a partner as a footstool at some point in human history!

Do you and/or your partner play as/with the idea of human furniture? Does the idea turn you on, does it repulse you, does it intrigue you?

I’m really curious about the mindset of those that both use humans as furniture and those that are the human furniture. Is it erotic to you? Is it sexual? Or is it art?  Or perhaps some combination of them all?

How does it feel to be objectified this way? If you play this way with your bottom/submissive/other half, how does it feel to use them like this?

Why do you do it?

As an onlooker, how does it make you feel to see this, in real life or in pictures/film?

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