Malcolm J. Brenner (* 9. Mai in London) ist ein US-amerikanischer Autor, Journalist und Zoophiler. Bekannt wurde er durch seinen umstrittenen Roman. Malcolm J. Brenner ist ein amerikanischer Autor, Journalist und Zoophiler. Bekannt wurde er durch seinen umstrittenen Roman Wet Goddess über eine Liebesbeziehung zwischen einem College-Studenten und einem Tümmler in den er Jahren. Malcolm Brenner. PersonMalcolm Brenner. Folgen. mehr zu: Malcolm Brenner. Wrack und Koffer angespült: Indizien deuten auf MH Der Flug MH ist das.
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This was a lb. She was an awesome creature. As evidence of his claims, Brenner points to the story of former trainer turned animal rights activist Richard O'Barry, who said he watched a dolphin living in captivity commit suicide in his arms.
Brenner, who is now a freelance writer and photographer, started writing "Wet Goddess" in at the suggestion of Dr. John C. He took it up again in , finished the novel in and spent the next 10 years trying to get it published.
Brenner said he shopped it around, but after "mainstream" publishers rejected "Wet Goddess," he decided to self-publish the book last year.
So far he has sold about paperback copies and 20 e-books. US Edition U. In another interview, Brenner said: 'It's like being with a tiger or a bear.
This is an animal that could kill you in two seconds if it wanted to. According to Brenner's blog , the screening of the film was 'well-received' by its initial audience, and nobody walked out.
In a personal verdict on the film, he describes the sex animation as 'beautiful'. He also says it is 'oddly accurate, without being graphic or vulgar.
Performer: Dolly, pictured above during a show, lived at the Flordialand theme park in Sarasota. Defunct: The park no longer exists, but used to offer sealife shows, as well as steamboat trips such as the one shown above.
He also reveals that some animators turned down the project once they discovered the controversial content of the film.
Brenner's acts would be illegal today. But Florida only enacted a law banning bestiality in , so the encounter he described in would not be covered.
They told the Miami New Times : 'However uncomfortable it can be as a subject matter, what Malcolm experienced is unique and very real and very serious to him.
While Brenner's experience is undoubtedly out of the ordinary, there are other recorded incidents of dolphins having sex with humans - or at least trying to.
One well-documented case involves a female scientist who started having sex with a dolphin in the s as part of a Nasa experiment to try to teach the creatures to speak English.
Margaret Howe Lovatt was stationed in a flooded house in the U. Virgin Isles in , where she was tasked with trying to teach an adolescent dolphin called Peter.
In the s, Brenner worked as an investigative reporter covering the Navajo Nation and surrounding area. From to , Brenner worked at the Farmington Daily Times.
After being terminated, Brenner filed a federal lawsuit claiming that he had been terminated for practicing Wicca. Since , Brenner has gained international notoriety for his novel, Wet Goddess.
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Show 5 more selected publications. Back to top. A former investigative journalist who covered the American Southwest, he remains best known for his '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.
Watching Dolphin Lover, I was struck by the sincere, troubled and complicated intimacy with which Brenner recalls these events, which took place when he was only About his first contact with Dolly, he says:.
I started rubbing her forehead—she seemed to enjoy that—so I started rubbing her back, working my way down towards her tail, and as I was rubbing her, moving my hand towards her tail, Dolly started slowly rolling around her long axis.
By the time I got midway down her body I was rubbing her belly instead of her back, and she swam forward so that I was rubbing her genital slit, and then she stopped moving.
I thought, 'This is embarrassing. About their eventual open-water sexual consummation—the dolphin had to be horizontal, him vertical; the CGI rendering in the film is really something—Brenner said it felt like he was "merging with her" into "one creature that was making love with himself.
Filmmakers Joey Daoud and Kareem Tabsch tracked Brenner down after reading his story on the internet, then his novel. I asked them if Brenner seemed concerned about turning over his story to outsiders for this documentary, and they admitted he'd had his concerns: "no Flipper jokes" and whatnot.
But neither Daoud nor Tabsch was interested in being any more sensationalistic than the story is already. Daoud talked about his initial reaction to reading the "Man Has Sex with Dolphin" headline.
He also compares zoophilia to interracial dating, hoping that one day, the former may be as acceptable as the latter. As an non-shockable person interested in the point where the unimaginable becomes mundane, I sought out Malcolm myself for an interview.
We talked on the phone yesterday, and at the beginning of the call, discovered we both own collie mixes. I asked him, awkwardly, if it was confusing to own a dog and be a zoophile.
Also, people often assume you're attracted to children, which is not at all true in my case. In the documentary, you talk about figuring out that you were attracted to animals early, with a Disney cartoon at age five, then with your family dog Miss Clavel at age But Miss Clavel wasn't interested.
Pretty much, no. My mom bred her, but I didn't have what it takes. And during this period, you were being physically and sexually abused by a psychiatrist.
It's a rather strange field called orgonomy. The founder is a man named Wilhelm Reich , and it was one of his students that molested me.
Reich had this school of psychotherapy in which everything was sexualized, where sexuality was the life force of the universe, responsible for gravity and light.
Treatment involved a very harsh kind of physical therapy. The particular physical therapist that I was treated by was—it turns out now—someone who mistreated literally hundreds of children and adult patients.
My brother, who still follows this field of therapy, has done research and become really horrified at the guy's misdeeds.
Since this field of psychotherapy revolves around sexuality, would patients generally come to these therapists with issues related to sex? I was taken to my therapist because I had a difficult birth.
In orgonomy, when something happens to you and you repress your feelings about it, it shows up in the form of tension in your body—and you investigate these neuroses and treat them through the body.
But this was done in very painful and invasive ways. It was not a pleasant experience. When did you start linking your zoophilia to this experience of abuse?
Not until much later on, not until I became skeptical of Reich's theories in my thirties, when there was just an overwhelming amount of evidence that he wasn't right, not the hero I'd thought he was.
And that was after your relationship with Dolly, right? I thought it was great. I was wondering if you were apprehensive about it.
I really was.