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Hi. I’m Leem, and on THE PYGMALION SYNDROME you’ll find my erotic stories about men and women who become motionless as mannequins or statues. If you’re over 18 and you’ve ever had erotic feelings about statues (hey, who hasn’t?), then come on in!
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What s New? | FAQ | Links Index  |  Original content Copyright 2000 - 2003 by Leem.
This is where the waving flag would be if this were an American site.
Logo and background based on The Three Graces by Antonio Canova (1757 - 1822)
Dedicated ASFR Site logo based on a design by Argo Forg
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A Japanese site with the same name as this one (first Pearl Harbor and now this!)


The Perishers discuss the side effects of eating
The Perishers, c.1966. Script: Maurice Dodd; Art: Dennis Collins. Copyright Mirror Group Newspapers.
Despite being one of the world’s longest-running newspaper strips, The Perishers does not have an
official website, so check out this unofficial one.
[2005 update: There is now an official Perishers website.]

Detail from Pygmalion and Galatea (front version) by Jean Leon GeromeThe Pygmalion Syndrome logo (2000)Detail from Pygmalion and Galatea (rear version) by Jean Leon Gerome


The Pygmalion Syndrome logo (2001)

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