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I let her come to me, and that’s one of the things I am very adamant about: I never use a halter or any kind of restraint.
So, she chooses to come with me, and I leave her food and she puts her head on my chest and we snuggle and I whisper sweet nothings in her ear and rub her cheeks — what she likes. She really loves the area between the back of her legs touched.
I saw farms that I’d have loved to go explore, but they were never near my home. Before the age of about 10 there was no more than some “I’ll show you mine if you show me yours.” Then it was pretty boring until high school. In all honesty, I’ve never liked kissing men; rough beards do not turn me on. And losing your virginity is important to becoming a “real” zoophile because you’re joining a very select group of people, and if you haven’t actually “done it,” people wonder if that’s your real sexuality. I’d wanted to have the sexual experience as well as the street credit among my peers — the zoophiles I’d met online — because they were my closest friends, really.
But the really interesting thing is that after having oral sex she turned away from me, lifted her tail, and walked backward into me and actually onto me. I’ve had the luck and the privilege to know two veterinarians and a doctor who were open to the idea, so I talked to them and I investigated zoonosis — the transference of diseases from animals to people. Horses have parasites, but they generally don’t, like us.
STDs are only a risk if you share horses, and I don’t do that.
I remember everyone was trying to console me, and I left the house and went out to the pasture and just screamed. My wife is the one who encouraged me to go and buy some horses. It’s never been a secret or, like, something I surprised her with or made her feel like she had to agree to or we were going to break up.
I don’t want to sound trite, but communication is very important in marriage. She’s offered to stand guard to make sure that I get privacy because one of the issues I have at the moment is that my mares can’t live on my property.
In 2002 the sex therapist Hani Miletski published Understanding Bestiality and Zoophilia, a book based on her study of almost 100 zoophiles — research that led her to conclude that many form deep, loving, and very nurturing relationships with their animal partners.