Transart faculty Linda Montano and Nicolas Estevez interview published in Ecosexuality: When Nature Inspires the Arts of Love.

Ecosexuality: When Nature Inspires the Arts of Love, edited by SerenaGaia and Lindsay Hagamen



Inside this book is “Sex-Ecology and the Spiritual Implications of Guilt and Pleasure in the Act of Loving the Earth,” an interview between Linda Mary Montano and Nicolás Dumit Estévez


About the publication:
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Ecosexuality explores the relationship between sex, ecology and social change. It integrates seductive, inspiring and practical approaches to creating a loved-based, sustainable culture. Ecosexuality brings together the voices of 30 leaders to converge the multiple energies of the ecosexual movement, its versatility of styles and diversity of genres convey a compelling variety of perspectives on this emerging social movement.


Can we make love the ecology of life? Can we treat the Earth as the revered lover we all share? Can we truly create a love-based, sustainable culture. Ecosexuality addresses these and other engaging questions in this first world-wide collection that gives voice to the ecosexual awakening.


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