We have followed a lot, as we observed the descent. All sorts of bizarreness has been normalized on the left, from homosexuality, to transexuality, to pedophilia, incest, and even public masturbation. Now we progress to bestialist movie reviews about Academy Award Winning bestialist movies, on HuffPost no less:
Then, Guillermo del Toro made “The Shape of Water,” a movie about a mute woman who falls in love with and ultimately makes love to a strapping humanoid amphibian, and it won the Best Picture Academy Award this past Sunday. I immediately thought of Brenner.
Never have I longed more for “Ass,” the movie.
In 1970, when Brenner was a college sophomore, he was given open access to the now-defunct theme park Floridaland near Sarasota to take photos for a book about the dolphin show. There, he claims, Dolly the dolphin began courting him.
“She would rub her genital slit against me,” he says in “Dolphin Lover.” “And if I tried to push her away, she would get very angry with me. One time, when she wanted to masturbate on my foot and I wouldn’t let her, she threw herself on top of me and pushed me down to the 12-foot bottom of the pool.”
After some time, Brenner and Dolly consummated their relationship — he vertical, she horizontal — but Brenner eventually moved away and Dolly was sent to an aquarium in Mississippi, where she later died.
Brenner is a thinking person’s zoophile. He draws a careful distinction between zoophiles and mere bestialists, noting in “Dolphin Lover” that the latter “might just have sex with an animal and walk away,” while the former “is someone who has tender or caring emotions for their animal partner…”
Oh, so there are differing levels of the insanity. I never would have known.
In the documentary, Brenner explains that he believes his zoophilia is the result of the “very intense physical and sexual abuse” he claims to have suffered in early childhood at the hands of psychologist Albert Duvall, a student of the controversial psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich. “I think I found animals to be a safe and secure repository for my sexual desires,” he says in the movie.
Brenner also draws parallels between current anti-bestiality laws and the anti-miscegenation laws of the 19th and 20th centuries because, as he says in the documentary, “150 years ago, black people were considered a degenerate sub-species of the human being. … And I’m hoping that in a more enlightened future, zoophilia will be no more regarded as controversial or harmful than interracial sex is today.”
Clearly you can see where the next step is – dolphin sexbots. All the pleasure of having sex with a dolphin, but none of the stress of wondering if it is going to mistake your manhood for a mackerel, and rip it off. I imagine there will be other animal sexbots too. To say nothing of the animal bordellos we would undoubtedly see. They’d be just like petting zoos, according to the leftists.
The left is nothing, if not degeneracy.
These are things which were never meant to walk the earth. Darwin was designed to cull them long before it got even near this bad. It is a measure of the degree of r-selection, that mankind has created such ease and such bounty, that he is actually overriding what are very specific design constraints of the human machine that are supposed to be imposed by the very world we live in.