When I kissed high school goodbye, I thought my days of car sex were finally behind me. I thought I'd be able to bring a lover back to my "cool" college dorm room, littered with dreamcatchers and unframed posters of Bob Marley. No longer would my 6'4'' Gumby-like frame need to fold down the backseats of my mom's Prius to awkwardly enter my girlfriend while one leg dangled in the passenger's seat. I was young, foolish, and oh-so-very wrong.
Man who's had sex with cars gives new meaning to auto-erotic - New York Daily News
Mechanophilia or mechaphilia  is a paraphilia involving a sexual attraction to machines such as bicycles,  motor vehicles,   helicopters,  ships, and aeroplanes. Mechanophilia is treated as a crime in some nations with perpetrators being placed on a sex-offenders' register after prosecution. The term has entered into the realms of science fiction and popular fiction. Wilson , Wilson is quoted describing mechanophilia, the love of machines, as "a special case of biophilia ",  whereas psychologists such as Erich Fromm would see it as a form of necrophilia. Designers such as Francis Picabia and Filippo Tommaso Marinetti have been said to have exploited the sexual attraction of automobiles. Culturally, critics have described it as "all-pervading" within contemporary Western society and that it seems to overwhelm our society and all too often our better judgment.
Man who's had sex with 1000 cars gives new meaning to auto-erotic
A man in Dayton, Ohio, is facing indecency charges after a witness reported seeing him attempt to have sex with the front grill of a van parked on the street. Officers responding to a call Tuesday evening found the suspect, year-old Michael Henson, wearing only a pair of black shorts and black shoes, according to NBC4i. Henson was taken into custody and put in the back of a squad car while officers spoke to a female witness. She said she saw Henson pull down his shorts and then put his genitals into the front grill of a red van parked on the side of the road, according to WDTN.
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