Agalmatophilia is a term which describes a human’s sexual attraction to a statue, mannequin, doll, or other human-like inanimate object. Agalmatophilia is considered a specific type of object sexuality.
The term comes from the Greek words agalma, meaning "statue," and philia, meaning "love." It was first noted by German psychologist Richard von Krafft-Ebing, who wrote about a gardener who fell in love with a statue of the Venus de Milo and attempted to consummate this relationship, in 1877.
Agalmatophilia is also known by the terms statuephilia and mannequin love.