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.All they did was go 'round and 'round; I could sense something about that in their attitude. It was a very interesting book — everything you ever wanted to know about horses.At the time I didn’t really think of myself as different or unusual; it was just what I was interested in.Early on, an experienced zoophile friend took me under his wing and taught me something I’ll always remember: A horse is going to give you his butt before he will ever give you his head. You know, it’s amazing — I don’t know if I have this innate thing or something, but only one horse has ever tried to kick me and that was while I was picking out her hooves, never during sex.
The popular image of that person on the farm who goes and abuses animals because there’s no other outlet, that’s not the case. So it was at the back of my head at the time, and it’s kind of strange because there’s nothing about horses that’s disgusting to me. I much enjoy her company; it’s really not just about sex.
After questioning her repeatedly on what she was legally required to do if I confessed certain things to her, I decided to come clean and explain to her why horses are so important to me. You see, I’ve been married to a human woman for 19 years.
After consulting with her mentors, experts, and other sources, she told me that she felt I didn't need treatment for my attraction. You associated the trauma of your first love dying with your homosexual experience? When I heard the news I was in upstate New York with some friends. So I would say I’m in a polygamous relationship, or at least an open relationship.
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.