Goodbye Gauley Mountain

Gluck Theater

9/2/15 at 7:30 pm

We’ll be screening our documentary film, and have a post show Q & A discussion. Our film is about coal mining destruction in West Virginia, so showing it in West Virginia makes the film all the more intense, since many families are involved in the coal industry and we broach controversial topics. The event is free.
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Ecosex Salon

9/10/15 at 8:00 pm

Beth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle will be in conversation with the Bloomington Sex Salon community and discuss ecosex with Dr. Debby Herbenick.
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Kinsey Institute

9/11/15 at 8:30 pm

Film Screening with Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle doing a Q&A discussion after the film. The event is free.
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New York International Queer Arts Festival

9/16/15 at 12pm

In their EcoSex Walking Tour of Central Park the adventure begins with Ecosex Orientation. Explore 25 ways to make love to the Earth and find your “E-spot (ecosexy spot).” The show will feature a special water toast, demonstrate Ecosexercies, and climax with rubbing Manhattan’s planetary clitoris. Sprinkle and Stephens shine a spotlight on environmental issues. By the end of the walk “you’ll likely have the ‘ecosexual gaze’ and you might discover that you’re an ecosexual too!”
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Hey everybody,

Our film is going to be playing in Arlington, MA next Tuesday (6/9) at the Regent Theater with guest speaker Abe Ryneck from the Theater Offensive talking afterwards. It's going to be a blast! You can buy tickets here: Goodbye Gauley Mountain Tickets

And here's some info about the speaker Abe Ryneck: 

Abe’s main work is uniting artists, neighbors, community groups and local businesses to collaborate on OUT performance work in the Boston neighborhoods of Roxbury, Dorchester, Jamaica Plain and the South End. Programs Abe founded include True Colors: Out Youth Theater; A Street Theater Named Desire; an AIDS-activist guerrilla theater troupe performing in gay cruising areas; Come As You Are, a national performance series to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising; the band Adult Children of Heterosexuals, for which he was lead singer; and the OUT on the Edge Queer Theater Festival. Collaborating across cultures and generations to create performance work is Abe’s favorite part of his job. He won the 2007 Jonathan Larson Award for musical theater for his collaboration on the book of True Colors alumna Melissa Li’s Surviving the Nian. Abe was declared one of the “Heeb 100” progressive Jewish world cultural leaders. He is proud to have received several awards from his peers in the community.

Please come out and enjoy our film!


 

6/7/15 - Santa Cruz Pride Parade

Info: We are doing an Ecosexual pride contigent-performance. Everyone is welcome to join us; all sexual orientations and preferences. Please contact us if you want to collaborate. Dress Ecosexy.

6/21/15 - Queer Cultural Festival

Info: We will be presenting two tours on Bernal Hill. The morning tour will be filmed for our new doc. Two tours: 11 AM (Will be filmed) and 5 PM.Each tour is 2 hours long. Free. Contact us for more details.

6/28/15 - Morning Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at SF Pride Pride Parade

Info: Everyone who loves the Earth and loves water is welcome to march with us. Contact us if you want more details.


 

While big corporations blow the tops off mountains using mountain top removal, two ecosexuals, Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle, return to Beth's childhood home near Gauley Mountain. There they put their bodies on the line to demonstrate how the fight for environmental justice can be sexy, fun, and diverse.

 

 

Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle's Ecosexual Weddings