Human furniture (or forniphilia) is a form of bondage and sexual objectification in which a person's body is incorporated into a chair, table, cabinet or other piece of furniture. The term was originally coined by Jeff Gord.
Forniphilia is an extreme form of bondage because the subject is usually tightly bound and expected to stay immobile for a prolonged period. They are often gagged (see forniphilic gag) and/or placed in position where there is a danger of being smothered. Proper safety requires frequent checks of the submissive's well-being.
- François-Rupert Carabin, in the illustrated catalog for the 1893 Salon des Beaux-Arts, contributed two drawings of sculptures of women as part of chairs.
- "Jeff Gord Interview". 24 October 2007. Retrieved 12 May 2009.
- Ashley Hames, Sin Cities, Tonto Books, 2008, ISBN 0-9556326-0-9, pp. 184–188
- "The kinks of virtual men". The Times of India. 15 April 2007. Retrieved 14 October 2010.
- Dijkstra, Bram. Idols of Perversity Oxford University Press, 1986. pp. 117–118
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