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In ancient Greek-Roman times, statues of Aphrodite/Venus were a common item for temples. One famous one was placed in a sacred grove. Several ancient writers commented on its great beauty. And apparently, one day, ovecome by lust, a young man managed to hide inside the grove until the templegoers and priests had disappeared for the night. Some smalltalk, a little mood music, and what usually happens between a young man and an attractive statue happened. So I don't know how theoretical this fetish is.

agalmatophilia: a fictional paraphilia, not yet observed as a syndrome, in which the sexuoerotic stimulus is a nude statue or model of a human being [from Greek, agalma, image + -philia]. Synonyms, statuophilia;Pygmalionism. See also pictophilia.

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