Four years ago, when art Professor Elizabeth Stephens filmed the documentary “Ecosexual Love Story,” in which she and her partner licked trees, played with mud, and made love with the environment while naked, the term “ecosexuality” was still somewhat unknown.
Google trends show interest in the term has increased exponentially over the last 12 months, seemingly exploding.
That interest can be traced in part back to Stephens, a UC Santa Cruz professor and one leader in the movement that melds art, sex and environmentalism, a la having sex with a tree or marrying the ocean.
Stephens, chair of the art department at the public university, is set to debut her latest documentary “Water Makes Us Wet.”
Stephens also co-led an “Ecosex Walking Tour” in Germany that offered “25 ways to make love to the Earth, raise awareness of environmental issues, learn ecosexercises, find E-spots, and climax with the planetary clitoris.”
Tosserne mener, at alt har en sjæl bortset fra en ting – menneskefostre.