What is EcoSexuality?
EcoSexuality is a culturally transformative movement based in art, theory, practice, activism. Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio, PhD, Professor of Humanities at Puerto Rico University, author of Gaia and the New Politics of Love, and keynote speaker at all three of the EcoSex Symposiums, describes EcoSexuality as the following: “EcoSexuality is the practice of love that reaches beyond genders, numbers, orientations, ages, races, origins, and species to embrace all of life as a partner with equal rights. EcoSexuals often consider love the ecology of Life.” Follow Serena’s work on her blog at: Poly Planet GAIA. Read Serena’s books on her Author’s Page on Amazon.com. Watch Serena’s videos on her EcoSexual Love Playlist on YouTube.
SexEcology is a term created by Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle to express their relationship with their lover the Earth. These two women spearheaded the EcoSexual movement by producing the first two EcoSex Symposiums, writing the EcoSex Manifesto and creating the website SexEcology.org. They created a series of participatory EcoSexual Weddings where they embraced natural elements as partners with equal rights. EcoSex Symposium I took place on October 24, 2010 in Santa Monica, CA; EcoSex Symposium II took place on June 17-19,2011 in San Francisco. View Annie and Beth’s performance art weddings at LoveArtLab.
Surrender: An EcoSexual Convergence is being co-created by Reverend Teri D. Ciacchi of Living Love Revolution and Lindsay Hagamen, President of the Windward Foundation and member of Windward Intentional Community & Sustainability Research Center.