Can sex and art save the world? A growing movement of ecosexuals think so! Join sexuality educator Siren Vandoll in a discussion about how engaging with the Earth as a lover can change our relationship with nature, ownership, art, politics, activism and sustainability. This workshop will explore the spectrum of ecosexual expression including its physical, emotional and spiritual manifestations, as well as examining the various intersections with areas like feminism, anti-colonialism and animal welfare/veganism. This workshop does not require any existing knowledge. We're also thrilled to be screening the documentary Goodbye Gauley Mountain: An Ecosexual Love Story as part of this event. This autobiographical documentary of ecosexual lovers Beth Stephens' and Annie Sprinkle's documents Read more →
7:00pm Monday 28 May 2018
LOOP Project Space & Bar, Melbourne VIC (map)

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