Augsburg Weighs In On ‘Ecosexuality’

Author: Campus Memo
January 18, 2022

San Francisco Chronicle story on Dec. 24 spotlights a unique form of environmental activism known as “ecosexuality.” Humanities and Liberal Studies Professor Tanya Augsburg has studied the work of pioneering practitioners Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle.

“They’re teaching the public about ecosexuality, loving the Earth and caring for each other and inclusivity in a way everyone can relate to,” Augsburg said. “They’ve been at the forefront, ahead of the curve in a lot of their work. Now culture is finally catching up with them.”