Attention Maggie Gallagher: someone wants to marry the Eiffel Tower - among other inanimate objects:
Amy Wolfe is a confident 32-year-old American who also lives in New York State. She too has been diagnosed with Asperger syndrome, and has been in relationships with models of spaceships, the Twin Towers, a church organ and a banister, though her main lover since OS people believe in polygamy is a fairground ride called 1001 Nacht, located at Knoebels, an amusement park in New York State.
When we filmed her at Knoebels visiting 1001 Nacht, we witnessed Wolfe kissing, caressing and talking to the austere, crane-like machine, and I began to feel both uncomfortable and a little frightened. Wolfe truly believes the machine talks back to her. As I watched, I wondered not for the first time whether I was crossing the line from a documentary film-maker to a voyeur. Should I have left her alone? "No, no show our love for the objects," Wolfe insisted. "Give us our voice. People must understand we are not fetishists." And so I stayed.