Is it a sin to fantasize about a fictional character?

Is it a sin to fantasize about a fictional character?

No, it isn't a sin to fantasize about a fictional character. Unless it is a sexual fantasy. Then according to most Christians it is a sin of lust.

What is it called when you like a fictional character?

Fictosexual, also known as fictisexual, fictonsexual,fictiosexual,fictionsexual or fictionalsexual, is an umbrella term for anyone who experience exclusive sexual attraction toward fictional characters, a general type of fictional characters, or whose sexuality is influenced by fictional characters.

Is Fictophilia a disorder?

Second, the present intention is not to propose fictophilia as a problem or a disorder. At the time of writing, fictophilia is not recognized or proposed as a specific diagnostic condition by the World Health Organization (ICD-11) or the American Psychiatric Association (DSM-5) (but see 'paraphilia' in both manuals).

What does Fictoromantic mean?

Fictoromantic, also known as fictiromantic or fictionalromantic, is an umbrella term for anyone who experience exclusive romantic attraction toward fictional characters, a general type of fictional characters, or whose romantic orientation is influenced by fictional characters.

Why do I get attached to fictional characters?

When we form a connection to a fictional character we are building a parasocial relationship, which means it's all one sided on our part but our brains don't understand that the person we are invested in isn't real. ... Great writing leads us to be invested in characters and we often find ourselves 'filling in the blanks'.