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A Taste of Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens Ecosex Manifesto


Ecosex Manifesto 1.0

Elizabeth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle


i.         WE ARE THE ECOSEXUALS. The Earth is our lover. 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 a mutual and sustainable relationship with the Earth, we collaborate with nature. We treat the Earth with kindness, respect and affection.

ii.         WE MAKE LOVE WITH THE EARTH. We are aquaphiles, teraphiles, pyrofiles, and aerophiles. We shamelessly hug trees, massage the earth with our feet, and talk erotically to plants. We are skinny dippers, sun worshipers and stargazers. We caress rocks, are pleasured by waterfalls and admire the Earth’s curves often. We make love to the Earth through our senses. We celebrate our E-spots. We are very dirty.


This community includes artists, academics, sex-workers, sexologists, healers, environmental activists, nature fetishists, gardeners, business people, therapists, lawyers, peace activists, eco-feminists, scientists, educators (r)evolutionaries, critters and other entities from diverse walks of life. Some of us are SexEcologists, researching the areas where sexology and ecology intersect in our culture. As consumers we aim to buy less. When we must, we buy green, organic and local. Whether on farms, at sea, in the woods, or in small towns or large cities, we connect and empathize with nature.

iv.       WE ARE ECOSEX ACTIVISTS. We will save the mountains, waters and skies by any means necessary, especially through love, joy and our powers of seduction. We will stop the rape, abuse and poisoning of the Earth. We do not condone the use of violence, although we understand that some ecosexuals may choose to fight those most guilty for destroying the Earth with public disobedience, anarchist and radical environmental activist strategies. We embrace the revolutionary tactics of art, music, poetry, humor and sex. We work and play tirelessly for Earth justice and global peace. Bombs hurt.

v.         ECOSEXUAL IS AN IDENTITY. For some of us being ecosexual is our primary (sexual) identity, whereas for others it is not. Ecosexuals can be GLBTQI, heterosexual, asexual, and/or Other. We invite and encourage ecosexuals to come out. We are everywhere. We are polymorphous and pollen-amorous. We educate people about ecosex culture, community and practices. We hold these truths to be self evident: that we are all part of, not separate from, nature. Thus all sex is ecosex.

vi.       THE ECOSEX PLEDGE. I promise to love, honor and cherish you Earth, until death brings us closer together forever.



(First published in June 2011. Accessed April 26, 2015. http://sexecology.org/research-writing/ecosex-manifesto)

Book Excerpts Preface

A Taste of SerenaGaia’s “Preface”


“Does Nature Inspire the Arts of Love?”

SerenaGaia Anderlini-D’Onofrio, PhD

Does nature inspire the arts of love?

. . . . .

Drama is the consciousness of life. Anot5-18.GR-Embrace(1)her way to put this–and one that expands from the person to the species—is, in the celebrated words of the Bard, “all the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” Puritans and their movement closed theaters for a while. With Cromwell’s controversial rule, the king was beheaded and the court exiled. Was it that Puritans and other social rebels of their time did not like to play, or, perhaps more likely, that they were too poor to feel genuinely invited to partake in the play of life? Pace their sense of being left out–which was in many cases well justified–this space between “play” and “life” is where consciousness resides.

. . . . .

This book’s invitation to ecosexuality welcomes everyone. It is an invitation to understand consciousness as the awareness of being a performer in one’s own life. If the nature of consciousness is play, what could be more natural than allowing nature to inspire the arts of love? Oh fellow animal, be human and be welcome to Ecosexuality.


Playa Azul, February 1, 2015

An Orgasmic Earth Book Excerpts

A Taste of Kamala Devi’s “Ecosex Sutras”


Kamala Devi’s “Ecosex Sutras”



The earth talks to me.

She whispers deep and dirty thoughts into my ear when I meditate in nature. . . . .

  • My greatest ambition is to wrap my legs around the world.
  • You know you’re ecosexual when you get splinters on your tongue.
  • When the wilderness wants to be watched, it’s not from behind a window.
  • I started a vegetable garden just so that I can grow my own organic pleasure toys.


  • Bananas are perfectly shaped, but too soft for women with strong kagel muscles.


  • How can I be satisfied by the beauty of the ocean’s surface when she keeps calling me into her depths?

. . . . . .

Book Excerpts Ecosexual Love as a Resource for Social Change

A Taste of David Wheitner’s “At Season’s Playful Edges”


David Wheitner’s
“At Season’s Playful Edges”



Fall’s cool, breezy greeting dances flowingly, blowingly over my lips
Carrying away one breath just as it brings another.

The autumnal equinox signals the bountiful harvest
In all its vibrant colors, its juicy flavors, its sensual textures.

The anticipation of ginger, nutmeg, and cinnamon,

The warm spices of fall and winter, tingles my tongue.

Day and night meet as equals.

Light and dark blend playfully at their edges,

Creating a perfect harmonious balance like two kindred souls

Laughingly converging on a sultry late summer’s eve.


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A Taste of Montano’s Interview with Dumit Estevez on “Guilt and Pleasure”


Montano’s Interview with Dumit Estevez on

“Guilt and Pleasure”

Linda_MontanoLinda Mary Montano interviews Nicolás Dumit Estévez about “the shared religion of their youth, Roman Catholicism, and its interface with nature, the earth and current ecological concerns, issues and insights.”

Estévez grew up in a culturally diverse home rich in syncretic spiritual identities and beliefs; Montano was raised a strict Roman Catholic, was in a convent for two years and is presently a returned and practicing Catholic. They share struggles and successes in their spiritual practices that inform their lives and art. This interview is an attempt to open the door to further freedoms and birthrights.

LMM:  I will begin with a question that arises for me when I think of kindness, the earth, guilt, fear and religion!

. . . . .

NDE: I can’t say that I ever was, or that I am completely guilt free, but as a child I had freedom in how I related to spirituality and nature.

. . . . .

I was raised in a home where there was a coming together of different religions. My mother and father were, to some extent, practicing Roman Catholics. We would attend mass once in a blue moon, but we were also involved with Afro-Caribbean spiritualities, and with unorthodox acts that were deemed as brujería, or witchcraft. However . . .


An Orgasmic Earth Book Excerpts

A Taste of Yemisi Ilesanmi’s “Mother Nature: My Explosive Lover!”


Yemisi Ilesanmi’s
“Mother Nature: My Explosive Lover!”


Mother Nature

Beautiful you are

You smile and I waver

You kiss and I quiver


Your magical fingers

The waves conjures

Your tsunamic orgasm

Blows high and mighty

Many cry and scream

As you explode in cum

Your volcanic temper


Book Excerpts Ecosexual Love as a Resource for Social Change

A Taste of SerenaGaia’s “Talking with Gaia: What Is Ecosexual Love?”


SerenaGaia’s “Talking with Gaia:
What Is Ecosexual Love?”


Why this dialog? Serena and Gaia are two parts of me that speak together. . . . The dialog is the vanishing point where they become the same.  This happens to all of us. That’s why the dialog. It’s for you.  Namaste.

Serena: Gaia, you claim love is an art. I don’t understand. The world believes love is a need and an instinct. You seem to believe otherwise. What makes you think you know better?

Gaia: I don’t think I know better. I simply propose another interpretation.

Serena: Ok, I can appreciate that. Let me ask you to explain then. What’s great about interpreting love as an art?

Gaia: Serena, it’s simple. Interpreting love as an art creates more love for love.

Serena: Love for Love?

Gaia: More abundance of love. More “erotophilia” as the experts put it.

Serena: It’s an interesting possibility. But how does it happen? I’m still confused. Can you be more specific?

Gaia: Sure. Look at it this way. Need creates scarcity. And when we come from a place of scarcity we are in a state of fear. We can only love when fear disappears. Fear is the true enemy: the true opposite of love. So the last thing we want is to interpret love as a need. The next worst thing is to interpret love as an instinct. We are afraid of instincts because we think “out-of-control.” And this produces fear. To generate love we need to interpret love very differently. What is it that people love, want, cherish in abundance? What is it that they’d like to learn if time permitted? The answer is art. Art is something that makes people happy, creative, expansive. It makes them feel happy to be alive.

Serena: But Gaia, if love is an art then it’s also a fiction: a deception, a performance. It becomes a game. It can’t be authentic, can it?

Gaia: There is authenticity in a good performance, Serena. The poetic truth: as they say. The quality of a performance has to do with how well one believes in it as an expression of truth beyond the performance itself.Why this dialog? Serena and Gaia are two parts of me that speak together.