Disparities intrigue me, especially when the disparities between human behavior are thoughtfully looked at. In this case, what can explain the disparity between how Japanese men who are perceived in most people’s minds who kill dolphins in such a savage way every year in Taiji Bay, Japan, and the woman who claimed she had sex with a dolphin named Peter? Although the article below is a bit old, the annual dolphin slaughter in Taiji Bay still goes on, even though the the number of dolphins killed is far less than ten years ago or so, when this dolphin slaughter first came to the world’s attention. The disparity between the dolphin slaughter and the alleged sexual relationship with the male dolphin Peter is by any standards extreme. It appears the dolphin Peter was sexually aroused.
Taiji Bay is a town located in Higashimuro District, Wakayama Prefecture and was first brought to the attention of the world after the Oscar-winning 2009 documentary “The Cove” showed pods of dolphins forced into Taiji Bay then butchered. Think “butchered” is too extreme or harsh of a word? Then view the clips below. In the first article, a woman claims she had sex with a dolphin under an experiment conducted by NASA back during the sixties, which would have been the same time of the annual dolphin slaughter in Taiji Bay, a blood drenched archaic ritual before anyone even knew the bay existed. As of 2015 the dolphin slaughter in Taiji Bay continues and as far as people having sex with dolphins I can’t vouch for. Imagine the money that could be made off selling a movie of a woman having sex with a male dolphin compared to anything filmed about dolphins being filmed in a blood ritual?
Source: Daily News
Woman reveals she had sex with dolphin during 1960s NASA experiment (VIDEO)
Margaret Howe Lovatt, who worked for the agency in the 1960s, was involved in an experiment to help teach dolphins how to communicate with humans. One of the mammals, Peter, took a liking to her and ‘would rub himself on my knee, my foot or my hand and I allowed that,’ the woman said.
by Melanie Greenwood
June 10, 2014
A female animal researcher has admitted to sex with a male dolphin during a 1960s NASA-funded experiment.
Margaret Howe Lovatt was stationed on the U.S. Virgin Islands as part of a NASA experiment to teach the intelligent mammals how to communicate.
She revealed in an upcoming BBC documentary that it was in 1963 when a house was flooded to turn it into a dolphinarium, allowing researchers to study the animals at close quarters, according to the Daily Mirror.
One of them, nicknamed Peter, was a sexually maturing adolescent.
“Peter liked to be … with me. He would rub himself on my knee, my foot or my hand and I allowed that,” she said.
“I wasn’t uncomfortable — as long as it wasn’t too rough. It was just easier to incorporate that and let it happen, it was very precious and very gentle, Peter was right there, he knew that I was right there.”
Lovatt claims the sex play became a regular part of her studies, adding, “It would just become part of what was going on, like an itch, just get rid of that scratch and we would be done and move on.”
The nature of their relationship caused a scandal and rumors grew about experiments of dolphins suffering drug abuse with LSD tests.
The BBC documentary “The Girl Who Talked to Dolphins” will be shown on BBC4 on Tuesday, June 17.
Sexual acts between dolphins and humans have a history.
American author Malcolm Brenner wrote a book called “Wet Goddess” based on his nine-month sexual relationship with a dolphin at Floridaland amusement park in the 1970.
Research by Dr. Mark Griffiths, of Nottingham Trent University, found there are a small number of “delphinophiles” — humans sexually attracted to dolphins.
Some studies have also found evidence that male dolphins are drawn to women because they give off similar pheromones to female dolphins.
Dealing with a dolphin’s ‘urges’ – The Girl Who Talked to Dolphins: Preview – BBC Four
Matt Damon Narrates the Story of Dolphin Slaughter in Japan
There seems to me to be a particularly nasty almost primordial side to Japanese who look at dolphins as purely economic gain and who display the willingness to butcher animals in this way. The dolphins are cornered in Taiji Bay then steel drills bored through their spines to immobilize the dolphins so they can be slaughterer easier. Are we fucking evolving here or what?
Don’t Let This Happen Anymore!
Humanity, fucking chill out would you? And what does this say about people who pay to watch dolphins and killer whales at aquariums entertain them? Imagine how shocked the world would be if a person visiting one of these aquariums accidentally fell into the pool and an Orca bit them in half and it was filmed? Go Orcas!
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