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Stay up to date on all news and events from the Institute of SexEcology. Posts from our SexEcology facebook page are automatically posted here as well as  special postings from Beth and Annie.

 

http://theecosexuals.ucsc.edu/parades-2/ If you want to co-create an ecosexy per…

Posted by on May 14, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off

http://theecosexuals.ucsc.edu/parades-2/
If you want to co-create an ecosexy performance in the pride parade with us, you don't have to be GLBTQI or het or anything. Just love the Earth, nature, water.... We are seeking performers, marchers, banner carriers, flag bearers, safety monitors, make-up artists, costume stylist, hair stylist, makers, ecosex educators and production assistants. June 7th in Santa Cruz and June 28 in San Francisco. Feel free to forward and post this link. We are adding the E for ecosexual to GLBTQII and aim to make the environmental movement more sexy, fun and diverse. Check out the details.


Parades
theecosexuals.ucsc.edu
HERE COME THE ECOSEXUALS! Pride Parade Contingents and Ecosexual Performances We are producing and creating the USA's first official registered 'ecosexual contingent' in the San Francisco (June 28t...

www.gauleymountain.com Our fabulous distributor for our film, Kino Lorber, has m…

Posted by on Feb 20, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off

www.gauleymountain.com
Our fabulous distributor for our film, Kino Lorber, has made a new web site with info how to see the film. We invite you to check it out. Its an ecosexual love story! xxx The film is available for theatrical release, and for colleges and univesitity's libraries. Pay per view comes later.


Goodbye Gauley Mountain Film
gauleymountain.com
Two ecosexuals, Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle, return to Beth's childhood home near Gauley Mountain.

www.theEcosexuals.org Hey all you eco-curious and ecosexy people. We have a new…

Posted by on Feb 20, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off

www.theEcosexuals.org
Hey all you eco-curious and ecosexy people. We have a new website with big summer 7 week tour plans. Would love you to join us for one part or another. The big project will be creating a smashing performance in the GLBTQIA parade in San Francisco. An ecosex contingent. And we'll insist on the E getting added to the moniker. Everyone welcome to join us. Save the date. June 28. We're having a float and everything. Work in progress!


Here Come The Ecosexuals
theecosexuals.ucsc.edu
Home A Road Trip, Pop-Up Performances, Walking-Tours, H2O Talks & a Documentary By shifting the metaphor from “Earth as mother” to “Earth as lover” we aim to entice people to develop a more mutual, pleasurable, sustainable, and less destructive relationship with the environment.WE ARE TWO ECOSEXUAL…

It all seems like Hallmarks big schmalzy day, I know. One could let it nauseate…

Posted by on Feb 14, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off

It all seems like Hallmarks big schmalzy day, I know. One could let it nauseate oneself. But I love glitter and pink so I choose to go with the red hearts abundance flow. Here's our valentine to the Earth. We love him/her/they so much. Especially from here, the Clitoris of the USA, the top of Bernal Hill in spring time. Magnificent! Breath taking! California poppy pubic hair!? Happy valentine's day to all you people made of stardust, water and minerals. As you too are the Earth, we extend our love to you of course. I've got my 'ecosexual gaze' on this fine spring morning. Here's a datura tree is exposing herself to us in all her pale pink glory. Wow. Sex is going on everywhere! As a pro sex feminist when I see red hearts, I see vulva. Hearts are not shaped like the heart, but like a vulva. (Ecosex pride flag by Canadian artist Cindy Baker.) Today Beth Stephens and I will take the boat in the SF Bay to see "Ai Weiwei Explores Human Rights and Freedom of Expression in Series of New, Site-Specific Installations Inspired by Alcatraz Island" Then spend the evening with our beloved stardust and minerals, Joseph Kramer. The sun rays are penetrating my pores. Hmmm....ahhhh... You all should move to California. No don't! xxxooo And if you're feeling like you don't have a valentine and want one, why not think of the Earth as your valentine? She's already in her lingerie made of passion flower vines!


Our man Butch got neutered today. Beth snapped this photo of me napping on the f…

Posted by on Jan 17, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off

Our man Butch got neutered today. Beth snapped this photo of me napping on the floor on a dog bed with Butch, making sure he doesn't try any licking of anything. We got the blow up collar but it is no match for Butches very long tongue and I think it has an air leak. So we're going with a clear victorian cone plastic collar. He hates it. Its a day at a time. Our poor boy. Puppy class tomorrow. Maybe he won't notice his balls are gone. No more tea bags. We love him a lot, after just two months.


Tonight we're putting some final touches on our brand new website which we launc…

Posted by on Jan 17, 2015 in Blog | Comments Off

Tonight we're putting some final touches on our brand new website which we launch tomorrow. Here's a teaser graphic which describes the project. A handmade map by Matt Jamieson and graphic design by Little Shiva. Beth and I will hit the road this summer and YOU're invited to collaborate, come to our free shows, be in our movie and so much more. This is going to be fun! More details tomorrow.


http://vimeo.com/108965840 Yesterday we edited our Wedding to Coal, which we did…

Posted by on Oct 15, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off

http://vimeo.com/108965840
Yesterday we edited our Wedding to Coal, which we did in Gijon, Spain (coal country) three years ago. It was produced by Laboral Arts Center, curated by Pedro Solar (our art pimp daddy extraordinaire) and happened in public space at La Semana Negra--a sort of county fair! We asked for no material gifts, but welcomed the gift of collaboration in creating the wedding with usDiana Junyent (Diana POrnoterrorista) is responsible for producing this once in a life time dream wedding! Spain artists are so wild and free and powerful and passionate! We were blown away. Many of our performers had family members who died in coal mines or were effected by mining, so there is a real intense emotional component to this performance, also the people in the audience were very moved as well. We welcome your feedback on this video. Does it come across well? Is 5 minutes too long? Did we leave anyone out?! With: Cuco Suarez,Maria Llopis, Pedro Soler, Jaime Del Val, Laura Milano, Amber McBride, Graham Bell Tornado, Jorge Nava, CasiCasiotone, and others. (Please forward and post to others who were there.) The full list of credits is at loveartlab.org--search Wedding to Coal.


Wedding to the Coal

This is "Wedding to the Coal" by Elizabeth Stephens on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

This makes me cry as it touches my heart! One for the whales! Aren't they just s…

Posted by on Aug 24, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off

This makes me cry as it touches my heart! One for the whales! Aren't they just so beautiful and gentle and don't you just fall in love with them? Nice that Greenpeace is in the world. And makes uplifting hopeful videos. I'm getting whale watching tickets today so I can give some whales a hug.


Flippin' awesome: whales win!

After more than 30 years of campaigning, we can finally breathe a sigh of relief for whales in the Southern Ocean.SHARE this video to celebrate.We share this moment with every organisation and individual who has worked so hard for this. ♥

Dearest SF friends. Annie and I will be at the screening of our film Goodbye Gau…

Posted by on Jun 16, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off

Dearest SF friends. Annie and I will be at the screening of our film Goodbye Gauley Mountain: An Ecosexual Love Story on Thursday June 19th at the Roxie Theater at 9:15 PM. We're screening in the San Francisco Doc Fest and we would sure love for you to come join us. After this I'm going into deep writing hibernation and won't be around until I finish my dissertation. Who knows how long that might take. Hope to see you Thursday, 9:15 at the Roxie. Spread the word. http://prod3.agileticketing.net/websales/pages/info.aspx?evtinfo=79381%7E50c99741-ceec-4bfa-94b4-b7d919a3c410&epguid=1b0dd1dc-4f43-40db-87bc-79af44283b8b&


SF Indie Fest - GOODBYE GAULEY MOUNTAIN: AN ECOSEXUAL LOVE STORY
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We're showing Goodbye Gauley Mountain: An Ecosexual Love Story in Las Vegas for…

Posted by on Apr 19, 2014 in Blog | Comments Off

We're showing Goodbye Gauley Mountain: An Ecosexual Love Story in Las Vegas for Earth Day.
http://www.unlv.edu/event/earth-day-film-screening-quotgoodbye-gauley-mountainquot?delta=0


Earth Day Film Screening: "Goodbye Gauley Mountain" | University of Nevada, Las Vegas
www.unlv.edu
UC-Santa Cruz art professor & environmental activist, Beth Stephens and sex educator & performance artist, Annie Sprinkle aim to make the environmental movement a little more sexy, fun and diverse by shifting the metaphor of "Earth as mother" to "Earth as lover." Their hope for "Goodbye Gauley Mount…
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