Buckle up, bigots! The social justice Left has a new crusade: dolphin sex acceptance.

On Friday, HuffPost's Ashley Feinberg took a stab at normalizing bestiality, posting a glowing interview with a man who considers himself a "heterosexual" who crosses "species lines" and infamously had sex with a dolphin.

That's right. He screwed a dolphin.

Malcolm Brenner was the feature of a documentary called "Dolphin Lover," wherein Brenner was "courted" by a dolphin named Dolly he eventually has sex with.

“She would rub her genital slit against me,” he says in the doc. “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.”

 

Brenner has previously compared the taboo surrounding sex with an animal to interracial sex: "I’m hoping that in a more enlightened future, zoophilia will be no more regarded as controversial or harmful than interracial sex is today," he said in "Dolphin Lover."

Feinberg had Brenner watch the award-winning film "The Shape of Water," which features a woman falling in love with and having relations with a fish-man, and asked him his thoughts.

Overall, the dolphin lover was unimpressed and thought the romance "developed much too quickly."

"It was a very stereotypical romance," he explained. "I thought it went more back to 'Splash' with Daryl Hannah and Tom Hanks, like a female version of 'Splash.'"

The bizarre interview goes on to frame bestiality as taboo or immoral because of society's dim view and closed-mindedness. In two separate questions, Feinberg searches for steps toward normalization of bestiality.

 

Feinberg's questions are in bold text:

Does it bother you at all that people only seem to find this acceptable when it’s fantasy or an allegory? And do you think there will be a day when that changes?

Of course it bothers me. I don’t like people threatening to go Lorena Bobbitt on me because I made love with a dolphin.

Will it change? Who knows? I would like to think that society will become less religious, because the prohibitions in Leviticus are the only conceivable basis for any laws against bestiality. I can’t see that my boffing my dog has any effect on society, good or ill, as long as I’m not hurting her or abusing her. Laws against animal cruelty ought to be sufficient without criminalizing the act of interspecies sex, which organizations like PETA are trying to do.

Do you see this movie as a step toward acceptance at all?

I don’t see it as a step toward acceptance. It’s so obviously a fantasy that most people won’t carry the goodwill over to zoophiles like me. Ask me again when I’ve signed a film contract for Wet Goddess. But I want to be clear about one thing: I didn’t write Wet Goddess for zoophiles. I wrote it for dolphins.

 

This is the next frontier for the social justice Left, ladies, gentleman, and dolphins.

Stunning. Brave. I want to vomit.