Man Makes Documentary About His Sexy Romance With Dolphin
Malcolm Brenner, 63, from Florida, described in great detail in a documentary movie he made called Dolphin Lover, how in the 1970s he had a romantic and sexual relationship with a dolphin named Dolly.
Brenner, who at no point got arrested or charged for bestiality (since it was made illegal in Florida only in 2011), had previously wrote a book The Wet Goddess, talking about the same autobiographic subject.
This lover of dolphins, who is a self-proclaimed zoophile, says that he also had sexual relations with a dog. He was encouraged to come forward with his “love story” after a woman confessed to having sex with a male dolphin for scientific purposes.
Brenner explains that it all started while he was working as a photographer at a former Sarasota theme park. He said that Dolly tried to seduce him on several occasions and made quite open moves on him while he was petting her. The movie goes into graphic details about the sexual encounter between the two and Brenner himself describes it as something “quite transcendental.”
He says that Dolly started rolling around her longer axis while he was petting her, basically instructing him to proceed down to his flukes and positioned herself so that he would rub himself against her.
The theme park was eventually closed and Dolly was moved away. Soon, she passed away, and Brenner claims that her death was a suicide – that the grief cause by their separation was too much and she stopped breathing on purpose. Brenner took her death hard and remained bereaved for five years after her death, as he explained.