CHARLOTTE (CBS Charlotte) — A North Carolina couple traveled to Hawaii in order to bring their baby into the world in a dolphin-assisted birth.
The Charlotte Observer reports Adam and Heather Barrington are staying with Star Newland, founder of The Sirius Institute, in Pohoa. According to the institute’s website, it is “dedicated to the creation of human/dolphin co-creative habitats where dolphins and people can learn from each other through music, underwater birth, dolphin sound healing and restoration.”
Do you mean to tell me there are STILL people on the planet that believe "swimming with dolphins" is some kind of "communing with nature" act? Hey, dumbasses, the dolphins are trying to have sex with you ... that's it.
Oh, and being a bunch of idiot-libs, you know the lecture can't be far away. That's right ... the old "it's not about ______, it's about _______." (Or one of its derivatives.)
“It is about reconnecting as humans with the dolphins so we can coexist in this world together and learn from one another,” Heather Barrington told the Observer. “Having that connection with the pod of dolphins anytime – even if the birth doesn’t happen in the water – still brings peace, comfort and strength to the mother and baby during labor.” More here:
"It is about reconnecting." Yes, I once was connected to the dolphins but I lost my connection and have been extry sad ever since. How about you?