Graphic: Daniel Wasko. Photo: Julian Cash.
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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
Two ecosexuals, Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle, return to Beth's childhood home near Gauley Mountain.
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
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…
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.
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. ♥
SF Indie Fest - GOODBYE GAULEY MOUNTAIN: AN ECOSEXUAL LOVE STORY
Earth Day Film Screening: "Goodbye Gauley Mountain" | University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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…
University Forum Lecture: "Assuming the Ecosexual Position" | University of Nevada, Las Vegas
") //--> Please join the UNLV College of Liberal Arts for a special Earth Day University Forum Lecture "Assuming the Ecosexual Position: Making the Environmental Movement More Sexy, Fun and Diverse," a performance art talk by Elizabeth Stephens, professor of art, University of California, Santa Cruz…