GLBTQI +E(cosexual) Appalachian Dinner Party, EcoSex and Art Lecture by Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle and Sneak Preview of their new film, Goodbye Gauley Mountain: An Ecosexual Love Story
Sat. March 30, 2013 dinner beginning 6:30PM, lecture/film at 7:30
Center for Sex and Culture: 1349 Mission St., San Francisco
Be the first to see the final cut of Goodbye Gauley Mountain—An Ecosexual Love Story,
the new ecosexy documentary film about how Sprinkle & Stephens came to take the Earth as their lover, marry the Appalachian Mountains, and join a group of brave activists in the fight to stop mountain top removal coal mining destruction.
6:30 pm. Savor a homemade vegan Appalachian dinner made by Becka Shertzer of “Brazen Nectar” and Chandra Gilbert. Also featuring cupcakes by Jennifer Jones of “Eat My Love For You.” Special home brew will also be served.
7:30pm. Enjoy a stimulating show-and-tell by Beth and Annie about their baptism by fire into the environmental movement, the making of their film, and hear about their upcoming theater piece, “Dirty: An Ecosexual Adventure.”
All monies raised will go to towards covering color correction and final sound mix expenses. All contributions
to the film are appreciated.