Brown Bag and Ecosex Walking Tour - April 23rd
Posted: April 3, 2014
Sociology Department Brown Bag and Ecosex Walking Tour
Wed, April 23, noon to 2 pm
UNLV Sociology Conference Room CBC-B225.
Join UC Santa Cruz professor and environmental activist Beth Stephens and sex educator and performance artist Annie Sprinkle to discuss Sexecology and experience how it brings together art, theory, practice, and activism. Re-imagining the “Earth as mother,” to “Earth as lover” can create an exciting paradigm shift that will deepen your relationship with nature. First they will begin with an ecosex orientation, then they will teach you 25 ways to make love to the Earth. We’ll explore how to find your E-spot, and how to enjoy the eroticism of nature through your senses. Then embark on an Ecosex Walking Tour and discover and take in the eco-sexy spots around the UNLV campus.
*Meet at the UNLV Sociology Conference Room CBC-B225. We'll have some refreshments, too!
***Part of a 2-day series of exciting EARTH DAY events in Las Vegas!***
UNIVERSITY FORUM LECTURE: Assuming the Ecosexual Position
Tues, 3/22, 7:30pm @ UNLV Marjorie Barrick Museum
FILM SCREENING: Goodbye Gauley Mountain: An Ecosexual Love Story followed by Q&A with the film makers