Woman, 45, claims she is ‘married’ to a train station

train station freak

Carol and her “wife,” the train station.

Hey, #LoveIsLove, or something like that…

From Daily Mail: A woman has ‘married’ a train station and claims they have spent 36 years in love with one another. Carol Santa Fe, 45, from San Diego, California, says she fell for Santa Fe train station when she was nine years old. Although the union is not legally binding, she ‘tied the knot’ with the building in 2015 – and celebrated their one year anniversary last Christmas.

Ms. Santa Fe says she has ‘sex’ with the station mentally and identifies herself as an objectum sexual – a person who is sexually attracted to inanimate objects and structures.

It is a worldwide debate whether the phenomenon is a sexuality, fetish or mental condition.

Ms. Santa Fe said: ‘I am married to the Santa Fe train station – her name is Daidra. We didn’t start a relationship until 2011 but I had been in love with the station since I was a young girl. When we got married, I stood there and I told her that I take it as my partner. It was the happiest day of our lives.

Every day the volunteer support worker takes a 45 minute bus ride to the station to spend time with the building. She said: ‘When I get there I say hello to her – I then walk around the block circling around her, trying not to let anyone notice I am talking. There is a private bit where two walls meet, I go there to touch her, which I do by leaning against her with my clothes on. When I’m touching her, I feel as though it actually holds me and kisses me.’

‘I don’t have physical sex with the station in public, I want to be respectful. I wouldn’t do that with a human in public so why would I do it in this case. I do have sex with Daidra in my mind when I stand there. I especially like when I hear the trains rev up their engines – it turns me on.’

Ms. Santa Fe – who has lived in California since she was three – claims the train station is the love of her life despite being in a previous relationship with a man.

She added: ‘I loved a human once before, his name was Tom and we were together for 18 months. But it didn’t work out and I felt amazing when I got into a relationship with Diadra because she told that she would never leave me. I love her so much, she is so romantic.’

‘We first consummated our love a few years ago when I felt the wall behind me, and I felt this energy. I came close to an orgasm and I was scared I’d get caught by the station staff. I don’t ever want the security guards to find out – I am a closeted objectum sexual.’

Ms. Santa Fe discovered she was an objectum sexual after she searched online ‘I am in love with a building’.

She is not the first to confess her love for inanimate objects. Erica Eiffel, an objectum sexual, famously married Paris’s Eiffel Tower in 2007. Another well-known objectum sexual is Eklöf Berliner-Mauer, who married the Berlin wall in 1979 and was the first person to come forward with objectum sexuality.

Ms. Santa Fe hides her attraction while at the building because she fears she could be banned from the site. She added: ‘It’s not at all because I am ashamed. Erica Eiffel got banned from the Eiffel Tower for kissing it and straddling it – so I don’t want to get banned like she did. I don’t like to publicly show anything between me and Daidra as I have more respect than that.’

Carol has been working as a volunteer for emotional support groups for years.

Carol said: ‘Objectum sexuality is not a mental illness like the media always makes out. It is our sexuality, just like being lesbian or bisexual – we are not crazy. People just don’t understand. I feel really lonely not having anyone to talk to about it.’

Daidra has been the most stable partner I have ever had. I have had the time of my life being her wife. I used to be scared of being in love with humans, but I’m not scared with Daidra. I can never leave San Diego, because my lover is here. I could never love another train station – she is the one.’

DCG

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29 responses to “Woman, 45, claims she is ‘married’ to a train station

  1. Talk about mental illness!!!!! She is totally ill!!!!

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  2. I’m THOMAS the Tank Engine and I’m extremely jealous

    B A Boon

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  3. You are touched in the head, Lady!
    WHO makes this stuff up, anyway???

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  4. Jackie Puppet

    I think she really wanted to marry a train, you know, the phallic symbolism of a train going into a tunnel, etc. – cause she ain’t gonna get any from a living creature, whether on 2 or 4 legs. The train will move on, though, so she turned to lesbianism.

    But the station is, well…stationary – it won’t leave her. I don’t want to imagine what the honeymoon was like – AAAAAACCCKK!!

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  5. David Cameron

    She makes perfect sense to me. I’m a quadrasexual; I’ll do anything for a quarter which is equally rational.

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  6. so, a lesbian volunteer for an emotional “support” group is “married” to a “female” phallic symbol train named “Daidra” and they are “in love”…
    Lord open her eyes to the Truth!

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    • MomOfIV . . . I also picked up on the . . . “Carol has been working as a volunteer for emotional support groups for years.” That any “emotional support” group would allow her to come within 50 feet of their participants is a cryin’ shame. She is obviously a severe nut-job in her own right. How dare she be allowed to influence other people who are having emotional issues!

      Life was so much simpler back 30, 40, 50 years ago . . . we did not have all these loonies running around spouting their weirdness. Possibly we had people who were wacky, but they did not foist their craziness onto the rest of society.

      This is just plain ludicrous, and “YES” she should be banned from being within 100 yards of that train station!

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  7. Another insane person craving for attention!

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  8. When America was in much better health, before this terminal illness called Leftism invaded, people like this woman quieted disappeared into State ran hospitals. No one took her seriously, we shook our heads in sympathy and took pity upon their sickness. Now, I can’t define average nor can I describe normal but I am reasonable enough to understand marrying an inanimate object is neither. Abnormal people are not mainstream! Including criminal types, sexual deviants and cultural anarchists of all ilks they are met with disgust and revulsion. That’s not bigotry, it is the response of normal, well adjusted people toward abhorrent behavior.

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    • Youghn . . . points well taken. Our society was better protected from those suffering from mental illness . . . and they were better taken care of. Now, the liberals, who are all about “feelings” want those suffering with mental illness to “roam free.” Here in my neck of the woods . . . yes, they roam free . . . “homeless individuals” free to wander into my yard to urinate, and defecate. Frankly, knowing that many of these same individuals are unable to care for themselves . . . I would rather that they be in a state institution where they are fed, clothed, and appropriate medication is administered to them.

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  9. I hope Trump extends the wall to include Kaliforication, protect us from the likes of her and the genderless alien “it” wannabe !!

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  10. People like this should not be allowed to drive motorized vehicles, tend children, nor own sharp objects or guns.

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  12. “‘Objectum sexuality is not a mental illness like the media always makes out. It is our sexuality, just like being lesbian or bisexual – we are not crazy. ”
    Yeah-you ARE. Her DENIAL is astounding. Virtually EVERY crazy person will proclaim,”I’M NOT CRAZY!!!!”,like THEY’RE in any condition to know!
    OH-for the good ol’ days when people like her would be confined to rubber rooms and get counseling until they were able to function in the REAL world.

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  13. One of my childhood friends had a grandmother (born in the late 1800’s) with mental illness. It was not spoken about in those terms though. From what I remember, every few weeks she would stay in her bedroom for 3 or 4 days until she was able to be around people again. I don’t know if she was on medication. Those were the days one would either deal with mental illness at home or, if it was severe, families would institutionalize them.

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  14. I think that was the best way to approach mental illness,certainly better than publicly endorsing their illness as “okay in society” and passing laws to make mental illness “normal”.

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  15. Down By The Station

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  16. Train Yard Blues

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  17. traildustfotm

    I’ve heard people say they are married to their jobs, but this is nuts.

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  18. and her vote counts the same as mine. (this is where you shake your head)

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  19. and wtfiw the pink union suit?

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  20. Oh, just never mind.

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  21. I saw a show on T.V. yesterday on which they celebrated two women who married themselves. Had actual marriage ceremonies. Well, at least there were a few other women present to whom one threw her bouquet. They thought it great how they couldn’t really force themselves to change after marriage, and divorce would be impossible. So that’s the solution; marry yourself. True monogamy. Perfect for alien boy… and train station girl.

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  22. Charity Pierce

    “Daidra has been the most stable partner I have ever had.” – until the San Andreas fault gives. I seriously thought this would be an article from the U.K. It makes me want to claw my eyes out; but the real question is: How can Target best accomodate the needs of this repressed minority and where can I purchase that pink onesie she is wearing?

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