Introducing ‘ECOSEXUALS’: The Left’s Wildest New Fringe Community
There has been a whole lot of talk recently about “reality”, specifically as it pertains to the liberal left and their ideas of gender, sexuality, and identity.
First we had Rachel Dolezal – an NAACP activist who had taken on the appearance of a black woman in order to take her crusade to the next level. The only problem is that Rachel Dolezal is caucasian, beyond a shadow of a doubt, literally, and biologically.
Dolezal had claimed that she “identified” as African American.
Then came the sudden onset of mass gender dysphoria in America…Or, more accurately, there is a sudden wave of millennials who want their own mysterious sexual proclivity to talk about.
Now, according to the left, there are more genders than there are Zodiac signs.
And with all of the gender bending verbiage out there, some fringe sexual fetishes are beginning to find themselves in the mainstream as well.
In a new academic piece published in the journal Feminist Theory, Professor Lauran Whitworth of St. Mary’s College of Maryland defines the increasingly popular term “ecosexual.”
“1. A person that finds nature sensual, sexy. 2. A new sexual identity. 3: Person who takes the Earth as their lover,” she wrote. In another paragraph, Whitworth explains that while some environmentalists encourage the use of environmentally-friendly sex products such as fair trade condoms and chemical-free lubricants, “ecosexuals” take it a step further by encouraging sex with “nature itself.”
Whitworth includes a description of one “ecosexual” individual’s first sexual encounter with a redwood tree at Yosemite National Park.
In the spirit of carnival, ecosexuality embraces degradation and decomposition. Sprinkle describes her first encounter with redwood trees at Yosemite National Park: ‘I loved the scent of the trunk, like vanilla mixed with soil. I have a strong memory of coming across a redwood that had fallen over from a storm. I walked around off the trail and peeked at its freshly exposed roots. So soft, so sensuous, so sexy! I had to touch them.’
The article went on to describe defecating in the woods as, itself, an ecosexual practice.
I don’t know about you folks, but sometimes a poop in the woods is just a poop in the woods, and sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.
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