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A Chat with Malcolm Brenner, Man Famous for Having Sex with a Dolphin

A few years back we published the anthology Everything You Know About Sex Is Wrong. One of the more challenging contributions was an interview with Clive Grace, an admitted zoophile. However, Grace’s bestial acts were confined to dogs and horses. Malcolm Brenner, on the other hand, went in for dolphins and tells Jezebel all about it:

Malcolm Brenner is the only man on Earth to achieve international fame for having sex with a dolphin. A former investigative journalist who covered the American Southwest, he remains best known for his 1970’s love affair—mostly romantic, briefly sexual—with a bottlenose dolphin named Dolly. Their “courtship,” which Brenner sees as dolphin-initiated and also transcendently romantic, took place in a theme park in Florida, the state where Brenner, now 63, currently lives. He chronicled these events in his autobiographical novel Wet Goddess, and Brenner’s story is the subject of a new short documentary called Dolphin Lover.

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German Zoophiles Outraged Over Plan To Prohibit Sex With Animals

Is bestiality the world’s strangest civil rights issue? Der Spiegel reports:

The German government plans to ban zoophilia — sex with animals — as part of an amendment to the country’s animal protection law, but faces a backlash from the country’s zoophile community, estimated to number over 100,000. They say there’s nothing wrong with consensual sex and that the true violations of animal rights are taking place in the farming industry.

Zoophilia was legalized in Germany in 1969 and animal protection groups have been lobbying for a ban in a campaign that has been fuelled by heated debate in Internet forums in recent years. In the future, having sex with an animal could be punished with a fine of up to €25,000 ($32,400).

“We will take legal action against this,” Michael Kiok, chairman of zoophile pressure group ZETA (Zoophile Engagement for Tolerance and Information), told SPIEGEL ONLINE. “We see animals as partners and not as a means of gratification.

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