Woman talks about her sexual relationship with a dolphinBy Mason White 10:59 AM June 12, 2014
By: Aarav Sen
(Scroll down for video) A woman learned how to satisfy her dolphin sexually.
In the 1960s, Margaret Howe worked for Dr John C. Lilly, a neurologist who tried to teach a six-year-old dolphin to speak English.
His 23-year-old assistant, Howe, who lived on the Virgin Islands, took care of the dolphin day and night. She fed it, bathed it, slept and played together in complete isolation.
The dolphin, named Peter, apparently fell in love with her, according to the BBC documentary called: “The Girl Who Talked with Dolphins.”
The dolphin would often rub itself against Howe’s hands and knees, and at one point injured her. Howe said that when the dolphin became a bit more aggressive she placed it with female dolphins.
However, the dolphin allegedly took a liking to Howe, so she decided to satisfy the dolphin sexually.
U.S. Author Malcolm Brenner wrote a book called: “Wet Goddess,” based on her nine-month sexual relationship with the dolphin in the Floridaland amusement park in 1970.
Interestingly enough, some studies have found evidence that male dolphins are attracted to women, because they give off similar pheromones to female dolphins.