Rescheduled for June 17th. What's the connection between sex and the environment? What's meant by "SexEcology," "ecosexuality," and "ecosexology?" Could you be an ecosexual? Should you use "green" sex toys? Why do we now say "Lover Earth" not "Mother Earth?" Sexologist Dr. Amy Marsh will discuss all this and more.
She'll be a panelist at the Second Annual SexEcology Symposium, created by Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle, and held at the Center for Sex and Culture in San Francisco June 17-19, You're invited to preview her newest booklet, "Sex Without Solvents (and Other Toxins) - Professional and Personal Perspectives on Clinical Ecosexology" and to read Fundamentals of Ecosexology Part 1 and Fundamentals of Ecosexology Part II, published online last year on CarnalNation.com.
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