“The Ecosexual RƎVO˩ution”
Having long appreciated SerenaGaia’s work, I sent her an advance copy of my own latest book The Bonobo Way. In turn, SerenaGaia invited me into her sticky social web, a habitat ripe with ecosexuals—friends, lovers and co-conspirators—including her talented co-editor, Lindsay Hagamen, an organic farmer, eloquent writer and creative communitarian based in the Pacific Northwest. Lindsay’s hands-on Earth love emphasizes a deep acceptance of human corporeality which complements SerenaGaia’s transformative ecosexual vision with all the poly-brilliant colors of nature.
Now Anderlini and Hagamen extend their poly approach to this inspirational collection, inviting some of the greatest thinkers, writers, trekkers, teachers, hunter/gatherers, sex workers, performance artists, parents, grandparents and students of the contemporary Ecosexuality movement to come together in a vibrant literary orgy of ideas, essays, true stories, tall tales, marriage vows, love songs and dirty talk.
Yes, this book is “dirty” as an elephant mud bath and clean as a pristine Patagonian waterfall, a sumptuous feast for all the senses, including our sense of responsibility. We must take good care of our greatest, most polyamorous lover, the Earth, if we want to keep the love alive. This is heady stuff for most humans. We’re accustomed to anthropomorphizing the home planet as Mother Earth, our dear old long-suffering Mama who will always support us unconditionally even when we, her spoiled brats, abuse her.