Study Examines “Ecosexual” Lovemaking Encounters With Environment

Breitbart reports that a new study authored by Professor Lauran Whitworth of St. Mary’s College in Maryland and published in the academic journal Feminist Theory defines the increasingly popular term ecosexual and their encounters with the natural environment.

Whitworth describes one ecosexual person’s first sexual encounter with a redwood tree at Yosemite National Park. She states:

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.’

Whitworth also makes a ludicrous remark about how defecating outside is a form of ecosexuality. According to her, ecosexuality celebrates the carnal and grotesque, particularly in some of its campiest moments. You can’t make this stuff up, ladies and gentlemen.

Ecosexuals are group of environmentalists who believe they can save the planet by having sex with forms of nature. Based on their logic, and in the absence of explicit or implied consent, would such acts be considered rape?