Ecosexual Ritual performed in the Marin Headlands

Ecosexuals Maria Ramirez, Dr. Beth Stephens, Annie Sprinkle, and Joy Fairfield, are documented by Larry Revene as they celebrate their connection to the Earth.  photo by Gerard Damiano Jr.

Just outside of San Francisco, we caught up with Sexecologists Annie Sprinkle and her partner Dr. Beth Stephens for an Ecosexual Walking Tour of the Marin Headlands. The two used their E.A.R.T.H. Lab to tow the Pollination Pod over the Golden Gate bridge to the Headlands Center for the Arts, a former military barracks which has been rehabilitated by artists.

Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens' E.AR.T.H Lab and Pollination Pod

Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens’ E.AR.T.H Lab and Pollination Pod  photos by Gerard Damiano Jr.

There, Annie and Beth along with fellow Ecosexual Activists Joy and Maria, led a tour of the surrounding area and demonstrated Twenty-Five Ways to Make Love to the Earth.

A flower grows out of a septic tank in the Marin Headlands

A flower grows out of a septic tank in the Marin Headlands  photo by Gerard Damiano Jr.

Their presentation included a ritual celebrating our intimate relationship with water and some lessons on how to conserve it, raising awareness about the current drought conditions in California. The dusty brown landscape that we have encountered during our drive through Northern California is evidence of this very real crisis. The tour concluded with a kind of symbolic Ecosexual orgy in the woods which involved the consumption of some very juicy fruits.

The Ecosexual Walking Tour of the Marin Headlands reaches a climax

The Ecosexual Walking Tour of the Marin Headlands reaches a climax.  photos by Gerard Damiano Jr.

To learn more about Ecosexualism visit www.theEcosexuals.org
To find out where the E.A.R.T.H. Lab is headed next, visit www.earthlab.ucsc.edu
Learn more about the Sexology at: sexecology.org
Like Annie on Facebook at: facebook.com/pages/Annie-Sprinkle
Visit her website at: www.anniesprinkle.org
Follow Annie on Twitter at: @AnnieSprinkle
Follow Beth on Twitter at: @ebethstephens

Ecosexual Raccoons are drawn to the Pollination Pod.

Ecosexual Raccoons are drawn to the Pollination Pod.  photo by Larry Revene

PS Congratulations to Beth Stephens who just successfully defended her Doctoral Thesis. We knew you could do it Doc!