LGBT is no longer considered sufficiently inclusive. Now we have LGBTIE, for “lesbian gay bisexual transsexual intersexual ecosexual.” The final E was evidently added at a pervert pride fest in San Francisco last year. From the Ecosex Manifesto:
The manifesto goes on to proclaim that “ecosex is an identity.” So don’t you dare discriminate against people who enjoy having sex with knotholes or cucumbers by denying them hiring and promotion preference.
Australians who would like to learn more about ecosexuals have a special opportunity:
If you happen to find yourself in Sydney this week, you have the unique opportunity to have sex with the earth. You just need to stop by the “ecosexual bathhouse,” which is currently part of the Syndey LiveWorks Festival of experimental art. The bathhouse is an interactive installation created by artists Loren Kronemyer and Ian Sinclair of Pony Express, who described the work to me as a “no-holds-barred extravaganza meant to dissolve the barriers between species as we descend into oblivion” as the result of our global environmental crisis. But they also see their piece as a part of a much larger ecosexual movement, which they say is gathering momentum around the world.
No matter how crazy it gets, it keeps getting crazier.
On tips from Steve T, Torcer, and J.