'Ecosexual' Documentary Details Making Love With Nature
Let me apologize upfront in case this turns out to be a parody. It's hard to tell these days. Truthfully, I hope this "movement" is in fact a work of comedic brilliance. The alternative would mean being an "ecosexual" is an actual thing.
I'm not sure anyone is prepared for that.
The documentary, which is part of the channel’s SLUTEVER series, is looking at ecosexuality, a sexual identity which is based around seeing the earth as “a mother, not a lover,” according to co-creator of the ecosexual movement, Annie Sprinkle.
The followers encourage each other to find their “eco spot” (or E-Spot, if you will) to discover what they find the sexiest thing about nature.
Ecosexuals can constitute as people who roll around in the dirt having an orgasm covered in potting soil, right through to people who have sex with trees or masturbate under a waterfall.
Pardon me for a moment.
I guess it kinda makes sense. Environmentalists hate babies (see Environmentalists: ‘Babies are Bad for Earth!’ No, But Sh*t-Talking Tree-Huggers Are… and Environmentalists Openly Blaming People with ‘Too Many Children’ for Climate Change…). The chances of an unwanted pregnancy are almost non-existent when you're knocking boots with a pile of dirt. The chances of an all-expenses-paid trip to the loony bin are a whole different story.
In the age of leftists one-upping each other on craziness, being madly in love with a shrub at the park fits right in. Gay buttsex and trannydom is for squares. A real "individual" gets frisky with that gopher hole that's been staring at him over the course of the entire picnic.
Leftists used to call us paranoid for invoking the slippery-slope argument on "alternative lifestyles." Yet, here we are, slipping deeper into the abyss of leftist lunacy.
Enjoy the ride.