The world is full of bizarre things. Just when you think you’ve seen it all earlier, a new story comes up which makes you believe that you don’t know it all and your thought of knowing this world was fake. Zoophiles and beastialists do exist and this story is one such proof.
Malcolm Brenner, now 66 years old, released a novel titled ‘Wet Goddess’ in 2010. In the book (which is loosely based on his real-life relationship with the dolphin), he wrote at length about the physical and emotional relationship with a bottle-nose dolphin. Brenner said that while he was working as a photographer in the theme park called ‘Floridaland’ in the US, he was pursued by Dolly, the dolphin. The documentary made on him shows Brenner talking at length about the incident, how it happened and what he thought of it.
Explaining how Dolly and he started their physical relationship, Brenner said:
“I started rubbing her along her back, working my way to her flukes – her tail. And as I was rubbing her and moving my hand towards her tail, Dolly was slowly rolling around her long axis. Then she rolled over, her genitals exposed and rubbing it against my thigh. Though it was difficult at first, Dolly was unusually cooperative and we made love. She was horizontal while I was vertical.”
Brenner further said that while many people thought that it was an act of beastiality, he thinks that he is a zoophile who got the emotional attention from the dolphin that he had been craving for. He did not seem to think of her as another mammal, but someone who loved him and whom he loved. The 20-minute long documentary narrated the entire story in which Brenner also revealed that after Dolly was transferred to an oceanarium, she committed suicide allegedly due to depression and separation from Brenner.