This poster was created in collaboration with Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens of Sexecologoy.org
The text was written to celebrate their unique perspective of how we can all love each other, and our planet.
From the Sexecology website:
"Elizabeth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle are two ecosexual artists-in -love who have been collaborating with each other, and with various international communities, for 11 years. They created a new field of research, “Sexecology,” exploring the places where sexology and ecology intersect in our culture– in art, theory, practice and activism. Their ecosex performance art weddings have involved thousands of collaborators and participants in eight countries. They also do Sexecological Walking Tours, visual art installations, and are finishing a film about mountain top removal coal mining destruction in Appalachia called Goodbye Gauley Mountain—An Ecosexual Love Story. Stephens is a professor of art at UCSC and a Ph.D. candidate in performance studies at UC Davis. Sprinkle is a popular visiting artist who holds a Ph.D. in human sexuality. They love to collaborate!"
The poster is often given out as a gift to their sponsors, workshop attendees, and fans during screenings of the film, "Water Makes Us Wet." In Feb 2019, the film sold out at a NYC's MOMA film night and will continue to show in prominent film festivals around the world. It's a hilarious, enjoyable film that manages to merge a LGBTQ friendly love story with environmental awareness on the topic of water. Hope everyone will get to see this uplifting and informative work. Check out this site for more info: https://watermakesuswet.ucsc.edu