UC-Santa Cruz art professor & environmental activist, Beth Stephens and sex educator & performance artist, Annie Sprinkle aim to make the environmental movement a little more sexy, fun and diverse by shifting the metaphor of "Earth as mother" to "Earth as lover." Their hope for "Goodbye Gauley Mountain" is, that in addition to being a compelling story about the devastation of mountain top removal (MTR) coal mining in West Virginia, it will help engage new groups in addressing environmental issues. After viewing this film, you just may discover you are an ecosexual, too!
The film makers will be available for Q&A following the film.
View the trailer at: www.goodbyegauleymountain.org