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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