The Earth is our lover. We are madly, passionately, and fiercely in love, and we are grateful for this relationship each and every day. In order to create a more mutual and sustainable relationship with the Earth, we collaborate with nature. We treat the Earth with kindness, respect and affection. With a poetic blend of curiosity, humor, sensuality and concern, this film chronicles the pleasures and politics of H2O from an ecosexual perspective.
Going green between the sheets: How to have an eco-friendly sex life
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You've got a reusable coffee cup, you've sorted your recyclables, and you may have even planted a vegetable patch. But if you really want to go all the way with an eco-friendly lifestyle, some experts say you should also be thinking about your sex life. Clinical sexologist Martha Lee is based in Singapore where she campaigns for adults to embrace the 'eco sex' movement.
Sexecology , also known as ecosexuality , is a radical form of environmental activism based around nature fetishism, the idea of the earth as a lover. It invites people to treat the earth with love rather than see it as an infinite resource to exploit. Sexecology conceives of the earth not as a mother, but as a lover. Unlike ecofeminism , sexecology does not see an intrinsic link between women and nature; some of the limitations of ecofeminism which sex ecology indirectly addresses are "the reliance on women's biological functions to establish a connection between women and nature, the uncritical over-privileging of women's experiences, the inappropriateness of designating ideal female characteristics, and the regressive political implications of associating women with nature". It is an identity identified by desire rather than a stable essence or being, and it is a desire for the more-than-human environment in which the human subject is sensorially implicit.