Biden appointee to oversee nuclear waste disposal an LGBTQ activist who engages in bestiality-like sex with people acting like dogs

President Joe Biden and his team have, at times, seemingly appointed individuals to various governmental positions less because they were qualified for the role but more so to mark off particular boxes on a sort of diversity checklist.

That may well be the case for an appointee who will be in charge of nuclear waste but is more known for his “fluid” sexual orientation activism and animal-related sexual fetishes, The Western Journal reported.

That individual is Sam Brinton, who identifies as a “nuclear waste nerd” and goes by the preferred pronouns “they/them,” is now employed by the Department of Energy as the “Deputy Assistant Secretary of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition in the Office of Nuclear Energy.”

Any qualifications other than sexual orientation?

Brinton announced the “BIG news” about their new job on Jan. 10 in a tweet but, rather than discuss what made them qualified for the position, the first thing mentioned in a follow-up tweet was that “I’ll even be (to my knowledge) the first gender-fluid person in federal government leadership.”

The appointee is also an active cross-dresser and drag queen who, according to the Journal, has in the past bragged about wearing “stilettos to Congress to advise legislators about nuclear policy and to the White House, where he advised President Obama and Michelle Obama on LGBT issues.”

That biography did mention Brinton’s educational background in terms of nuclear energy and waste disposal but was far more focused on their LGBTQ social activism, purportedly the result of being a “survivor of a traumatic and torturous conversion therapy experience” forced by his Southern Baptist missionary parents.

Sexual fetish involving people acting as puppies

While some may find all of that to be a bit weird or distasteful, it pales in comparison to the sexual fetish that Brinton openly engages in and talks about — a fetish known as “pup play” in which some participants dress up and act like dogs while their partners play the role of “master.”

An archived January 2016 article from Metro Weekly detailed the “puppy love” fetish and, among the several participants interviewed, spoke with Brinton, who was identified only as “Sam” but can be recognized in some of the included pictures.

Brinton is what is known as a “handler” in the leather-clad bondage game that, at least for him, can alternate between play and sex and, due to his comments about the nature of the fetish, has raised some questions about the possibility of actual bestiality.

Not actual bestiality, but simulated

“One of the hardest things about being a handler is that I’ve honestly had people ask, ‘Wait, you have sex with animals?'” he explained. “They believe it’s abusive, that it’s taking advantage of someone who may not be acting up to a level of human responsibility.”

“The other misperception is that I have some really messed up background, like, did I have some horrible childhood trauma that made me like to have sex with animals,” he added.

The Western Journal aptly summed everything up and concluded, “People can do whatever they want in the privacy of their homes (provided it’s not illegal or hurting anyone), but the fact that the kinky sex life of a high-level Department of Energy executive overshadows his qualifications is truly alarming.”

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