University Forum Lecture: "Assuming the Ecosexual Position"


Apr. 22, 2014,
7:30pm to 8:30pm

Office/Remote Location



EARTH DAY Lecture:

Please join the UNLV College of Liberal Arts for a special Earth Day University Forum Lecture "Assuming the Ecosexual Position: Making the Environmental Movement More Sexy, Fun and Diverse," a performance art talk by Elizabeth Stephens, professor of art, University of California, Santa Cruz and Annie Sprinkle, sex educator and performance artist, Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality.

Stephens and Sprinkle developed “SexEcology,” a new field of endeavor exploring places where sexology and ecology intersect. They create experimental theater, visual art, video, lead ecosex walking tours and workshops, aiming to make the environmental movement a little more fun and diverse by shifting the metaphor of “Earth as mother” to “Earth as lover.” By the end of this Earth Day performance/lecture, you just might discover you are an ecosexual, too.

*Followed by a brief wedding ceremony to the Earth in UNLV's beautiful Baepler Xeric Garden.

Admission Information

This event is free and open to the public.

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Event Sponsor

College of Liberal Arts dean's office and co-sponsored by UNLV’s Departments of Gender & Sexuality, Sociology, and History