Going Green Gets Nasty With Ecosexuals
Poor Mother Nature! Naughty liberals calling themselves “ecosexuals” are having sexual relations with Earth without her consent. As Rebel Media explains,
“An ecosexual is a hardcore environmentalist who has romantic feelings for Mother Earth and believes they can save the planet by having sex with plants. Recently a number of them gathered in Sydney, Australia where they romped with vegetation and each other in a shag-shack called the Ecosexual Bathhouse.”
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Rebel Media continues,
“Some 100,000 people the world over gender-identify as ecosexual, so it’s now a protected gender identity like straight, gay, bi, trans, two-spirit, fluid, non-binary, you name it.”
Alison Maloney of UK’s The Sun commented, “Some people take it so seriously they even marry the earth.”
Artists Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens, collaborative ecosexual artists, have written an “Ecosex Manifesto” on their SexEcology website. The manifesto states that for some of them, being ecosexual is “their primary sexual identity,” and that ecosexuals can be “GLTBQI, heterosexual, asexual and/or other,” while also identifying as ecosexuals.
They say they’ve officiated wedding ceremonies where they and fellow ecosexuals marry the earth, the moon, and other natural entities. They also offer workshops, sexicological walking tours, gallery installations, and ecosex boot camps.
Further ecosex education includes independent studies, internships, and free sidewalk ecosex clinics.
Not one word about whether the Earth is actually a consenting sexual partner. If the Earth does not have the capacity of intent, how do you know she gives consent? Is it sexual assault? I know people have been accused of “raping the Earth” before, but this is taking it to a new level.
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And are they made from trees? An article on Brietbart offers more background on ecosexuals Sprinkle and Stephens:
“First coined in the early 2000s when it was used mostly by people in online dating profiles, the term gained momentum from 2008 onwards when the Bay Area performance artist couple Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens made exosexuality a personal crusade.
The couple have produced several documentaries including one depicting the “pollen-amorous” relationship between them and the Appalachian Mountain, and while touring a theatre piece across the country, Dirty Sexecology: 25 Ways to Make Love to the Earth, they officiated wedding ceremonies where they and fellow ecosexuals marry the earth, the moon, and other natural entities.
“The Earth is our lover,” their website proclaims. “We are madly, passionately, and fiercely in love, and we are grateful for this relationship each and every day. In order to create a more mutual and sustainable relationship with the Earth, we collaborate with nature. We treat the Earth with kindness, respect and affection.”
According the the Ecosex Manifesto, ecosexuals, when they must, “buy green, buy organic, and local,” which leads me to wonder about ecosexual reproduction. Once you marry the Earth procreation is, of course, impossible, yet the Earth still bears offspring in terms of the fruits and vegetables and animals that are produced on her fruitful soil. Are you therefore eating your own stepchildren every time you have a salad or a piece of fruit?
According to Sprinkle and Stephens, ecosexuals “are everywhere.” So before you go geo-caching with your kids or signing them up for the Scouts, you might want to have “the talk.”
You don’t want them impregnating Mother Earth, and leaving you to raise the vegetables by yourself.