TODAY: Watch Animism: People Who Love Objects on Global TV (8pm EST)

Today is the day. In 6 hours we want you to do one thing …

Tune into Global TV (Canada) 8pm (EST) for the premiere of Animism: People Who Love Objects.


For the past two months you have liked, shared, and commented; and we are so proud of this little community we’ve built. As usual, we want to say thanks to our crew and the incredible people in the film. Erika, Linda, Carl, Amanda, BC: YOU’RE AWESOME!

To start off this week, we hosted a private screening of the film at popular Toronto bar 3030. Director Bill Spahic breaks it all down for you: Continue reading

Cast Review: Amanda Liberty “My expectations were not only met, they were exceeded!”

IMG_5660 copyAmanda Liberty, one of the incredible people we were lucky enough to have in Animism: People Who Love Objects saw a sneak preview and had this to say:

My expectations were not only met, they were exceeded!

What an awesome film!

It was really lovely to see my friends in the film talk about their lives and their loves. In many cases, including my own – Our OS takes us on a journey in our lives, and our love helps to drive us to achieve our hopes and desires, and make our dreams come true. I am glad that this was well represented in the film together with showing the world that we are not so alien to the rest of the world – Yes we do have different loves, but the way we FEEL about the ones we love is just as powerful as anybody else who is in love.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every person who worked on putting this film together, and my special thanks to Bill Spahic, for being open minded and sincere about wanting to produce a film directly from our hearts to the viewer.

I hope this film inspires people to open the minds and hearts, and may it help us on our way to being better understood and accepted in society, as the people we are, as we deserve to be.

Well done!

Amanda Liberty

Thanks for your kind words Amanda!

Animism: People Who Love Objects will air on Global TV (Canada) at 8 pm (EST). Tune in. We hope everyone enjoys the film as much as Amanda has.


More Broadcasters for Animism: People Who Love Objects

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Our amazing UK distributor DCD Media has successfully sold Animism: People Who Love Objects to five broadcasters.

Read the article here: TBI Vision: Animism is object of broadcasters’ desire as DCD ups Michael Jackson


List of Broadcasters

Discovery (UK, Ireland, the Netherlands)

Logo Network (US)

ABC (Australia)

Nippon Television (Japan)

Yes Satellite (Israel)


As soon as broadcast dates are available we will share them with you, or you can check the channels’ websites for listings.

HAPPY MONDAY! We’re pretty happy here, we hope you are too 🙂



Erika Eiffel Answers FAQs on OS (Part 3)

Welcome to part 3 of our Erika Eiffel OS FAQs feature.


“Love is like a breath of fresh air. Necessary to have yet so easy to take for granted when it has no smell. For me, love is finding that amazing aroma that makes one appreciate living and breathing. Someone else may think it stinks and hold their breath … but I breathe deep and let it set all of my other senses alight.”

You are well known for your relationships with inanimate objects, and have shared that your orientation first manifested itself during your childhood. Have you ever pursued a relationship with men?

Well, I have tried to have relations with people on the same level as objects, however it has never worked. I maintain only friendships with people. It’s like trying to date against your orientation. If you are a guy into men, you can try all you want to make a relationship with women work but it will eventually be seen for what it is … a farce. Understand that I do have people very close in my life and I can firmly say that i love them; however, I am not in love with them.

So, you are capable of expressing love to humans in a non-romantic way?

A huge misconception is that OS people do not or cannot love people. This couldn’t be further from the truth. In my case, I have a deep love for my friends and family which is no less of value just because I do not have romantic feelings for people. Continue reading

Weekly Update: Read, Like, Share (September 12, 2013)


This week started off wonderfully. Thanks to your engagement with the blog and on Facebook we saw a 50% increase in “likes” over the weekend. Happy isn’t an adequate adjective for the way we felt on seeing that. Once again, we are so grateful to Erika, Linda, BC, Carl, and Amanda for engaging with viewers and fans. It’s not often that an audience gets to interact directly with the people in the film.

Linda posted this beautiful quote to our Facebook page yesterday:

“Nature is busy creating absolutely unique individuals, whereas culture has invented a single mold to which all must conform. It is grotesque.” U.G. Krishnamurti

And Amanda responded with this beautiful self-affirmation:

“I am ME, I am not anybody else, nor do I think I should have to be a certain way to have my place in society.”

Do you now understand why we had a ball filming this documentary? It’s a superb example of what happens when phenomenal people come together to explore and share their truths.

Thank you Linda and Amanda!

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Only 17 more days left until the Canadian premiere of the film. Tune in to Global TV (Canada) on Saturday September 28, 2013 at 8pm (EST). Continue reading

Erika Eiffel Answers FAQs on OS (Part 2)

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“Just knowing I am not alone … I am able to live out loud for the first time in my existence.”

The term “Objectum-sexuality” didn’t exist when you were discovering your sexuality. Can you tell me about the process you went through in realizing and accepting that you were attracted to objects?

I believed but didn’t believe I was the only one. While I knew of only me, something told me that there had to be others who connected to objects like this. When I was young, everyone thought it was cute that I was so attached and would cling to certain objects. Once I hit my teen years, that all changed in view of puberty and the horrid thought that I might actually be exploring my sexuality with an object and not saving myself for marriage to a man. This shock that I was indeed an anomaly struck me down hard and I hid my affections out of self-preservation. Continue reading