Saving the earth is something most of us want to do but we draw the line
at having s*x with it. Yet a group of people who call themselves
“ecosexuals” are doing just that –in the belief that s*x with the earth
will help it regenerate.
The ultimate nature-lovers have come together this week at an arts
festival in Sydney, where they are romping with the elements, and each
other, in an interactive installation called the “ecosexual bathhouse,”
from artists Loren Kronemyer and Ian Sinclair of Pony Express.
Ecosexual expert Amanda Morgan, from the UNLV School of
Community Health Sciences, revealed ecosexuality has differing
degrees, from people who try to use sustainable sex products and enjoy
skinny dipping to those who like to get down and dirty.
She said: “There are people who roll around in the dirt having an
orgasm covered in potting soil.
“There are people who f*** trees, or masturbate under a waterfall.”
The ecosexual movement is growing and has taken hold in the last two
years, according to American sociologist Jennifer Reed and Google
search data shows a dramatic spike in interest in 2016 and members of
the movement estimate that 100,000 people around the world now call
Some people take it so seriously they even MARRY the earth.
Artists Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens, who have published an
“ecosex manifesto” on their website SexEcology said they’ve officiated
wedding ceremonies where they and fellow ecosexuals marry the earth,
the moon, and other natural entities.
They have made several films on the theme and tour theatres with their
show Dirty Sexecology: 25 Ways to Make Love to the Earth.
Having sex with nature’s bounty takes many forms – and last week a
Jeremy Kyle guest was accused of pleasuring herself with carrots and
Not sure that’s what the ecosexuals have in mind.