The word treetopia comes from the Greek word “treos” meaning tree, and means “a large and strong tree” in Greek mythology.
Trees are the main reason for the popularity of treetophilia, a term that was coined in the mid-2000s and used to describe a sexual attraction to the tops of trees.
Treetops are popular because they have a very low density, so you can see the leaves and branches of trees on the ground.
The term treetope came from the early-20th century and became associated with the desire to have sexual contact with trees, and has since gained a cult following among young people.
There are now a number of different types of treets, from simple wooden treets made from recycled materials to those with more ornate designs.
In some parts of the world, treetopes can be as tall as 10 feet (3 metres), and some have been found as far away as New Zealand.
However, in the United States, treets are typically located in parks and forests.
“It’s like having a really big pet peeve, but you don’t have to go through a long period of therapy to find it,” said Emma, who asked that we not use her last name.
Although treetopy is not considered to be a fetish, Emma said the phenomenon has given her a strong sense of pride.
“When I was younger, I had treetoes all over my house, but it was the treetopedos that made me feel like a part of the family.
I still get that from treetoping.”