Malcolm K. Brenner founded AlloVir, Inc. Dr. Brenner is on the board of AlloVir, Inc. and Professor-Center for Cell & Gene Therapy at Baylor College of Medicine. Serien und Filme mit Malcolm Brenner: Mayday. ↑ Malcolm Brenner: The next-in-line effect. In: Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior. Band 12, Nr. 3, Juni
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They weren't there. These creatures basically have free will. Brenner points out that some researchers have argued dolphins should be considered "non-human persons," because of their intelligence.
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.
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He added that their courtship began when Dolly 'announced her intentions to me by positioning herself so I was rubbing against her. He then detailed how he was often left alone with Dolly and the other dolphins, whom he was photographing at the time.
This allowed him to sneak off with her after closing time to have sex. 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. There were other circumstances.
I read in your bio that your first wife introduced you to Wicca, which was a belief system that allows for your sexual relationship with Dolly. In Wicca, all acts of love and pleasure are rituals to the gods.
That's a pretty open statement for sexuality, and it seemed to encompass my experience. I practiced Wicca for 20 years. Recently, you told Vice that your atheism presents a larger problem in dating than your sexual history.
Frankly, I think that after all of this publicity, my dating life is shot. I want to ask you again about what you said about wishing you'd been able to handle your relationship with Dolly differently.
What would you have changed? I wish I had stayed closer to her, not gone clear across the country. She was moved to an aquarium in Mississippi, kept in very poor conditions, put in a concrete pen with a view of open water.
For a dolphin like her, that must have been torturous. Her trainer told me that he came out one morning and she was just dead on the bottom of the tank.
I had forgotten that about dolphins, until the documentary—that they don't breathe automatically, but consciously. You also talk about a dream you had sort of forecasting her death.
I can imagine how awful that must have been for you. It took me about five years to work myself out of an immediate sense of depression. It wasn't only that Dolly was separated from me.
She had developed a fondness for the male dolphin, too, the one in Florida that she had to avoid so that we could make love. She was separated from him, too.
And the other dolphins in the new aquarium did not take up with her. They have their pecking order and that's that. It's really sad to imagine anyone you love being lonely when they die.
And that's why I'm trying to get the message out. That's not how we should treat animals. I wanted to ask you about that—the idea of getting a message out.
The phrase "zoophilia advocate" gets attached to your name a lot, and I'm wondering what that means to you.
If I could have told this story without coming out of the closet about being a zoophile, I would have, but there was just no way.
I am not advocating for zoophilia at all. I would advocate that the government quit prosecuting us for loving who we love. But I'm not advocating for it.
Okay, yeah. Because it seems clear to me that you're very interested in establishing whatever consent can be established between people and animals, but that seems impossible to legally regulate or verify.