‘Spectrophilia’: Sexual Attraction Towards Ghosts And Paranormal Entities
‘Spectrophilia’: Sexual Attraction Towards Ghosts And Paranormal Entities
‘Spectrophilia’: Sexual Attraction Towards Ghosts And Paranormal Entities
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‘Spectrophilia’: Sexual Attraction Towards Ghosts And Paranormal Entities

Ever heard of spectrophilia? This word is used to describe a sexual attraction to or having a sexual relationship with a ghost.

‘Spectrophilia’ is a concept used to refer to ghost sex or being sexually attracted to a shapeless entity. As Huberty, an expert on the subject, explained, the word has two definitions:

One is the attraction between humans and ghosts and the second is the attraction to objects seen in mirrors.

But does spectrophilia really exist? Well, yes and no. No, as there is absolutely no proof of any kind of paranormal beings actually existing. And yet, who are we to deny the existence of the paranormal? We're trying to be open to both sides of the debate here.

However, sex between people and ghosts is very difficult to prove - or should we say impossible? Although there are several accounts of people who claim to have had experiences like this.

This strange phenomenon has also made appearances in cinema on more than one occasion, most famously in the film ‘Ghost', which spawned homages and parodies for decades since its original release in 1990.

There are even celebrities who have claimed that they have had experiences like this in real life, like Kesha for example, who has confessed that her song ‘Supernatural' was inspired by a sexual encounter with a paranormal being.

But whether or not ghost sex truly exists, as long as nobody gets hurt, we don’t see a problem with it. Don't yuck someone else's yums, right?

By Lindsay Wilson

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