Poza cu delfini in Mexic  

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Cineva s-a gandit sa-mi trimita o poza la un concurs, chestie care-mi pare amuzanta, fiindca astfel de concursuri nu sunt de obicei castigate de pozele bune ci de hackerii care stiu sa fure voturi. Ca si alegerile irt (din viata reala) de altfel.

dolphin kissPoza a fost facuta in Puerto Vallarta, cu multi ani in urma, pe vremea cand inca purtam par pe cap si era si negru in totalitate.

Tin minte ca era o mexicanca draguta si nurlie care mi-a aranjat fara s-o fi rugat sa ma pupe doi delfini in loc de cate unul, cum se facea cu ceilalti, si mi-a facut si o gramada de poze. Toate mexicancele erau foarte dragute cu mine din pricina culorii bratarii mele de all-inclusiv, care le spunea ca stateam la cel mai mare si mai opulent hotel din statiune – Mayan Palace – facut de Carlos Slim si unde fiecare camera era uriasa, de se auzea ecoul daca tipai prea tare.

Eu as fi preferat ca ele sa mi se ofere din pricina masculinitatii pe care o degajam, dar niciodata n-am fost bun la autoamagire..

In ce priveste autoamagirea, mai zic unii ca delfinii care “lucreaza” in industria asta au conditii de munca bizare, dar sunt minciuni toate cele!

Amu, eu nu-mi pun mari sperante in a castiga concursul, dar nici nu m-as supara sa-l castig si daca as reusi, probabil l-as imparti pe blog. Voteaza-ma daca te trage ata si zi-le ca te afli intr-un oras canadian daca esti sau ai vrea sa fiiWinkingCoolCowboy.

LE: Ca veni vorba in comentarii, m-am gandit sa adaug mai multe informatii despre delfini.

Delfinii sunt, alaturi de oameni si bonobo, cam singurele specii (ar mai fi pisicile, porcii si alte cateva maimute) care se joaca si la varsta maturitatii si au sex ca act de a face cunostinta sau de a se juca in grup. Tot astfel, e printre putinele specii care poate fi antrenat sa obtina o erectie la comanda. Delfinii sunt capabili de altruism nu numai fata de propria specie, dar si fata de alte specii, inclusiv oameni sau balene, pe care le ghideaza cand sunt prea aproape de tarm. Sunt de asemenea capabili de cruzime, ucigand rechini si porpoise.

"When a female and a male dolphin are confined in a relatively small area in captivity, the courting behavior is rather violent. If they are isolated with a movable barrier between them, they will resolve all kinds of problems in order to be together, e.g., opening a gate to gain access to another pool and closing it behind them. As soon as they are together they start pursuit games. The initial phases of this behavior appear violent and can continue for the first 24 hours. If the female is not receptive, the male continues to chase her, exhibits erections, rubs against her, and tries to induce her to accept him. They bite one another, they scratch each other's bodies with their teeth. During the mating procedure; they will develop lesions practically everywhere on their bodies specifically on the flippers, on the back, on the flukes, on the peduncle, and around the head region.

excerpts from: Lilly, John C. 1966. "Sexual Behavior of the Bottlenose Dolphin." Brain and Behavior, Volume III. The Brain and Gonadal Function. R. A. Gorski and R. E. Whalens, Editors. UCLA Forum on Medical Science, University of California Press, Los Angeles, California. P. 72-76.


"The erection in the male occurs with extreme rapidity. We have observed and timed it in our own tanks: it is something m the order of three seconds to completion, from the time the penis first appears in the slit. It can collapse almost as rapidly, and it looks almost as if it were being done in a voluntary fashion. It is very easy to condition a dolphin to have an erection. The stimulus, for example, can be a single visual signal. One trainer chose to raise his arm vertically as a signal, and the dolphin would turn over and erect his penis in response. If Elvar, one of our dolphins, is alone and a small ring, about a foot in diameter and an inch thick, is tossed into the water, he will have an erection, with his penis lift it off the bottom and tow it around the tank."


Bottlenose Dolphin males have been observed working in pairs to follow and/or restrict the movement of a female for weeks at a time, waiting for her to become sexually receptive. The same pairs have also been observed engaging in intense sexual play with each other. Janet Mann, a professor of biology and psychology at Georgetown University, argues that the common same-sex behaviour among male dolphin calves is about bond formation and benefits the species evolutionarily. They cite studies that have shown the dolphins later in life are bisexual and the male bonds forged from homosexuality work for protection as well as locating females with which to reproduce. In 1991 an English man was prosecuted for allegedly having sexual contact with a dolphin. The man was found not guilty after it was revealed at trial that the dolphin was known to tow bathers through the water by hooking its large penis around them. (wikipedia)

Controversial interpretations and implications aside (see Sociobiological theories of rape), sex in a forceful or apparently coercive context has also been documented in a variety of species. A notable example is bottlenose dolphins, where at times, a pod of bachelor males will 'corner' a female. Furthermore, in a zoo where it is common practice to put newly captured dolphins in with dolphins who are established in their enclosures, other species of dolphin are never put in together with bottlenoses because the bottlenose dolphins frequently torment and rape them. The behaviour is also common in some arachnids (spiders), notably those whose females eat the males during sex if not tricked with food and/or tied down with threads, and in some herbivorous herd species or species where males and females are very different in size, where the male dominates sexually by sheer force and size.

Voteaza-ma! Maine va fi mai rau si poate n-ajungi nici macar sa votezi! (asta-i sloganul meu electoral)

Sources / More info: VOTEAZA AICI!, wiki-dolphin, wiki-animal-sex, dolsex, fml-dolsex, cove-dolphin, dolphin-iPad, nyt-dolphin-courtship, tlg-laws, moko-altruism, dolphin-aggression, yt-dolphins

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