SF Chronicle: Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens help writer assume the 'Ecosexual Position'

The story of the artistic collaboration between the originators of the ecosex movement, their diverse communities, and the Earth

After our walk, Sprinkle and Stephens asked me how I felt after experiencing the world “through the ecosexual gaze.” I said I was thirsty, something that confirmed for them that water was one of my key ecosexual elements.

After I told them about things I noticed through my new ecosexualized gaze over the past three days — the smell of damp earth at Wildside West, the way leaves of a tree felt brushing against my hand, the warmth of the sun on the back of my neck — they offered their clinical opinion: I could be a burgeoning ecosexual.

I admitted that I’d become, at the very least, ecocurious.

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