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Monday, October 11, 2010

3WayKiss October Calendar - Los Angeles: 16th, 19th, 23-24th - Redeem GoK Rewards

Dear Everyone, 

We at 3WayKiss are delighted to bring a fabulous October Calendar of Events to you!  We also wish to send our very very special thanks to all participants in the 9/26th Big-Push!  That made a VERY big difference, with Gaia pushed to the top of the list for at least two subspecialties in Kindle Store, and staying there as we speak!  Plus it sparkled a whole new bunch of digital readers, an absolutely eco-sexy thing to do!  From the deepest depths in our heart, thank you!

For October, yours truly has been called to the Los Angeles area for three
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fabulous events
we are happy to bring to youWe look forward to having you with us!  Please have your Gaia on Kindle purchase receipt ready to claim your discount!  Thank you!

October Calendar, in Reverse Order

Weekend with Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens
--19th Tuesday with Leanna Wolfe

Weekend with SaRina and Robert Silber
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--October 23-24th Weekend--Ecosex Wedding plus Symposium HoneyMOON in the LA Area

As announced, yours truly will keynote at the world's first Ecosex Symposium, to be
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held Sun., the 24th, 3 to 6 PM, at the Highways Performance Space, 165118th St, Santa Monica, CA, 90404.  
This unique event brings together ecosexuals from the world over to kickstart the ecosexual movement.  The event is organized by Moon brides and Eco-Sex Bi-o-neers Annie Sprinkle, PhD, and Beth Stephens, UCSC. As for yours truly, she'll be talking about "Gaia, the third planet, amorous hostess to many lovely species, sexy mother and lover too!"  The Symposium is moderated by adult film director Veronica Heart, with relationship coach Deborah Taj Anapol, PhD, and sexologist Carol Queen, PhD, among many fabulous speakers.  

The artist brides will be HoneyMOONing from a Purple Wedding to Gaia's lovely satellite, the Moon, to be celebrated on Sat, the 23rd, 6-9:30 PM, at the Farnsworth Park Amphitheater in Altadena.  The Wedding will be officiated by performance artist Reverend Billy of the Church of Life After Shopping.  Yours truly, duly dressed in Purple, will announce the Symposium as a homage to Gaia's hyper-generous hospitality to our unruly species.

The Symposium is meant to be "a public forum where art meets theory meets sex education meets practice," artist brides Annie and Beth declare.  As hundreds of ecosexuals are heading toward Los Angeles for this very special weekend, yours truly invites you to join this heady lot and help spearhead the movement.  What could be more exciting than marrying an astral body and consuming the honeymoon with a whole bunch of ecosexual people?

For more on this weekend check out our Press Releases!

--Tuesday, October 19th, 7:30 PM.
Reading from seminal text of ecosexual theory, Gaia and the New Politics of Love
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, at the Casa de Pensamiento Libre, for the Sex and Culture Lecture Series, hosted by Leanna Wolfe, 14923 Marlin Place, Van Nuys, CA, 91405.  A fabulous series, check it out hereDiscussion. Refreshments.  Donation: $ 10 at door, does not include books.  Yours truly will be delighted to sign copies while supplies last.   Ask Leanna at 818 510 0225.

--Weekend October 16-17:

Conscious Sensuality; Gaia at LuvHub: Sat., 16th, 7-9PM. 
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Experiencing Gaia at LuvHub.  An extended evening program for all participants in Conscious Sensuality Weekend Intensive, with Robert Silber and SaRina Goode.  12712 Dewey St, Los Angeles (Santa Monica), CA, 90066. 
The workshop yours truly has been invited to lead focuses on witnessing the energy of love, holding space for the magic of it, experiencing the pleasure of the other, learnign about the arts of loving and about sharing resources of love. Gift yourself with the whole weekend and claim your discount as a Big Push-Up participant here.

We at 3WayKiss sincerely hope you'll choose to join us at ll times, at least in spirit.  Please let us know if we can answer any questions or assist you in any way.  We are a not-for-profit corporation based in Puerto Rico that intends to "educate the public about the arts of loving and their infinite forms of expression."  Plese visit and find out all about our new and exciting Mission.  You can also pledge your donation here.  We are persuaded the events above will spearhead exciging new projects, and are extremely interested in exploring the connections between ecosex and the noosphere.  We see Big Push-Up Day as an experiment in this line of thoiught.  Two weeks into the process, we can tell it's interesting and will follow up with more data in due time.

The LA area is a beloved Matria of yours truly--a special land that has kindly hosted her at one point in her journey. How exciting to be there soon!  Reconnecting to long-time friends from the region is a wonderful gift!  Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you are one of them.  With a full teaching schedule at the home institution, travel time is at a premium--the opportunity not to be missed!

With deep appreciation for your interest and business, we at 3WayKiss remain yours truly in devotion and ecosexual friendship.

Serena Anderlini-D'Onofrio, PhD @ 3WayKiss
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author of Gaia and the New Politics of Love, a Silver Winner
for Cosmology and New Science for the 2010 Nautilus Awards,
and many other fabulous books
Professor of Humanities
at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez

Saturday, October 9, 2010


PRESS RELEASE, October 9, 2010
Contact: Annie Sprinkle,  annie@anniesprinkle.org
Love Art Laboratory, San Francisco, Ca.

LOS ANGELES, CA.—What’s an ecosexual? Why are skinny-dipping, mysophilia and arboreal frottage so pleasurable? Where is the e-spot? Can the budding ecosexual movement help save the world? These are some of the questions that will be discussed at an Ecosex Symposium; a public forum where art meets theory meets sex education meets practice. The organizers of this first of its kind event are Annie Sprinkle, Ph.D., a feminist-porn-star and artist, turned “sexecologist,” and Elizabeth Stephens, a UCSC art professor and environmental activist. The two women explain, “As a strategy to create a more mutual and sustainable relationship with our abused and exploited planet, we are switching the metaphor from the Earth as mother, to Earth as lover.” The Symposium will be on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 24th, at the cutting-edge art hotbed, Highways Performance Space, in Santa Monica. A diverse panel of artists, academics, sex educators, and environmental activists will take turns presenting, performing, showing and telling. 
Ecosex relationship coach, and author of Polyamory in the 21st Century, Debora Taj Anapol, Ph.D. will give an overview of what ecosex is all about-- clinically, spiritually and socio-politically. Ecosexual theorist and author of seminal text, Gaia and the New Politics of Love, Serena Anderlini, Ph.D. is flying in from the University of Puerto Rico to present her views about “how the Earth stores and runs the energy of love.” Good Vibration’s resident sexologist, Carol Queen, Ph.D., will be discussing ecorotic issues in the sex toy industry. Kamala Devi and the Tantra Theater will act out the audience’s ecosex fantasies. Dr. Robert Lawrence, Ph.D., will cover ecosex fetishes. The panels will be moderated by TV and film actor, Veronica Hart, who will also offer an animal rights perspective. Award winning porn stars Jiz Lee and April Flores, and porn director Carlos Batts will discuss green porn and present a waterfall scene from their film, Dangerous Curves. Tania Hammidi will do a dance piece about conflict, genocide and olive trees. Comedic relief will come from EcoElf. The editor of the highbrow art magazine, Ms. Use, will attend from Israel to show off her ecosex themed issue. Other artists collaborating are C. Finley, Spyce Spycey, Luna Bella, Joegh Bullock, Lady Monster, Cindy Baker, Megan Morman, HB3, Dylan Bowls, Jayme Waxman and others.

The Symposium is also a “honeymoon” for organizers, Elizabeth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle. The day before the symposium, they will have an ecosexual Purple Wedding to the Moon. http://loveartlab.org/  Their aim, they say is “to inspire others to make the environmental movement a little more sexy, fun and diverse.”

            Event sponsors are Good Vibrations, the Center For Sex and Culture, Femina Potens Gallery, Luna Pads, 3WayKiss, Monterey Bay’s kinky B+B Ahintofleather.com, Bondassage.com and Aki’s Cup Cakes. The organizers are looking for a few more eco-minded sponsors. They also invite individuals to contribute as backers through the Kickstarter fundraising platform. In exchange, backers get their names in the program, moon-shaped tit prints, and Beth Stephens’ sculptures of Annie Sprinkle’s bronzed panties! http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/152588950/purple-wedding-to-the-moon-and-ecosex-honeymoon-sy

Ecosex Symposium Honeymoon

October 24th
Highways Performance Space, 1651 18th Street,
Santa Monica, Ca., 90404
Everyone over 18 is invited to attend.
Please wear purple.


3WayKiss Not-for-Profit: Mission Statement and Donations


Education and Open Source Research 
in the Arts of Loving
 a not-for-profit corporation
Serena Anderlini-D’Onofrio, PhD
founder and owner

Mission Statement

3WayKiss is a non-profit corporation whose mission is to educate the public about the arts of loving and their infinite forms of expression.

In particular, these arts include styles of love that are inclusive, open, healthy, joyful, and sustainable, and practices of love that are non-violent, safe, respectful, legal, and consensual.  

3WayKiss supports research on love in its multiple forms of expression, including the sharing of emotional resources this involves.

3WayKiss also provides support to communities, institutions, organizations, and associations that practice these arts of loving, that study these arts, that offer education and training in them, and that disseminate information about them.

3WayKiss intends to foster a public climate where the arts of loving are seen as a domain of the arts of healing; where practicing these arts is seen as part of the global effort to create an emotionally sustainable planet; where  trusting others and sharing resources is seen as the source of abundance and peace in the world.

3WayKiss achieves its mission via participation in, and funding of, public events; educational venues; open-source dissemination; digital and conventional  media outreach; creative and scholarly projects; support for, and collaboration with, local/regional/global allies; and other opportunities and venues for collaboration, research, education, and information-sharing.

When you donate to 3WayKiss you promote these values and you get preferential treatment (including comps and discounts when available) to any of the events publicized on this blog.  Your generosity is deeply appreciated.  Pledge your tax-deductible gift now!

Thank you!

Tuesday, October 5, 2010


PRESS RELEASE, October 6, 2010
Contact: Annie Sprinkle,  annie@anniesprinkle.org
Love Art Laboratory, San Francisco, Ca.

LOS ANGELES, CA.-- Hundreds of "ecosexual" artists, academics, famous sex workers, and environmental activists are heading to Los Angeles for a Purple Wedding to the Moon, the brainchild of artist-brides, Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens. This will be their sixth large-scale, ecology inspired wedding. "The environment has always been our creative partner, as in 'ashes to ashes, dust to dust,' says Elizabeth Stephens, an art professor at the University of California in Santa Cruz, whose personal roots lie in West Virginia where mountaintop removal mining runs rampant. "In a twist on the traditional marriage vows, each of our eco-themed weddings is an invitation for people to 'promise to love, honor, and cherish the Earth, Sky, Sea and Moon until death brings us closer together forever'." Annie Sprinkle, Ph.D., a porn star turned eco-sexologist emphasizes the fecundity of the earth; she links fertility and imagination. "We aim to make the environmental movement a little more sexy, fun and diverse through art."  Purple Wedding to the Moon will be held at FarnsworthPark's outdoor amphitheater in Altadena, Los Angeles, on October 23rd, the night of the full moon. Ecosexual theorist Serena Anderlini, PhD, will announce the HoneyMOON Symposium as a homage to our hostess Gaia, the third planet. "A world where it is safe to love is a world where it is safe to live.
Four hundred guests are expected to attend and over one hundred artists will collaborate on the creation of the wedding. The unorthodox union will be officiated by the popular performance artist Reverend Billy, accompanied by the Church of Life After Shopping Choir-- the subjects of the documentary film, What Would Jesus Buy? produced by Morgan Sperlock. Reverend Billy's sermons and activism about the "Shopocolypse," over-consumption, and corporate greed have gotten him arrested dozens of times.
            Stephens, Sprinkle and Reverend Billy got upset when they learned that N.A.S.A. had bombed the moon prospecting for water. They wondered "why can't we just take better care of the water here on Earth?"  "We wanted to do something," cried Stephens.  "So we are marrying the Moon, but it's really also about loving the Earth."  Last year Sprinkle and Stephens married the Sea in Italy at the Venice Biennale.  They have also married the Earth in Croatia and the Sky in England. The wedding participants now number in the thousands. Reverend Billy is taking his new Earth-allujah! show on the road, premiering Oct. 21 at the Disney Theater. http://www.revbilly.com/events/cali-tour
          For the honeymoon, the movers and shakers of this budding ecosexuality movement will hold the world's first Ecosex Symposium at Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica, the day after the wedding. "We'll switch the metaphor from 'Earth as mother,' to 'Earth as lover,' to garner a more reciprocal relationship with our beautiful planet. We'll explore what ecosexuality is about from many perspectives: with panels, performances and moon pies. "All adults are welcome." Stephens and Sprinkle say enthusiastically. Cindy Baker, an artist from Canada, will unfurl the world's first ecosexual pride flag. 
            The artist-brides are looking for a few more sponsors and collaborators. On board are California Institute of the Arts, GT's Kombucha, Center for Sex and Culture, Good Vibrations, ONE Amazon Acai, and Luna Pads. They also invite individuals to contribute as backers through the Kickstarter fundraising platform. In exchange, backers get their names in the wedding program, moon-shaped tit prints, and Beth Stephens' sculptures of Annie Sprinkle's bronzed panties!
            "Unfortunately our marriage to the Moon will not be legal." the brides lament. "Nonetheless it is a most sacred union." They request that everyone please wear purple. The wedding is free and open to the public, "its a big, juicy, pollen-amourous labor of love."
            Some of the many performers and artists participating (in random order) are blues diva, Kandye Cane; professor and art-activist, Larry Bogad; ecosexual opera singer, Emma McNairy; flower boy/girl, Adam Harms; songstress, Kim Mears; fire hula-hooper, Sarah Starlight & Co; burlesque sensation and fire tassel queen, Lady Monster; songwriter, Xandra Coe; disgruntled heiress Naomi Pitcarin, Balkan seveda singer , Nada Miljkovic; performance artist Lian Amaris; film maker, Cheryl Dunye; Jordanian food artist, Diala Khasawnih; experimental musican, no.e sunflowrfish; tattoo performance, The Book Club; music composer, HB3; sex worker activist, Mariko Passion; Good Times magazine editor, Greg Archer; cake and puppet artist Pratbha; ritualist, Alan Tofelson; sexpert Jayme Waxman, flag artists Cindy & KC Baker, drag queen, Miss Prick, a troupe of Cal Arts students, Dylan Bolles, Hate Bear, newlywed artists, Jordan Tynes and Taylor McVay and many others. Directed by Bonnie Cullum.
             Some of the Ecosex Symposium presenters and artists: Ecosexual relationship coach and author, Deborah Taj Anapol Ph.D.; humanities professor author of seminal ecosex theory, Gaia and the New Politics of Love, Serena Anderlini, Ph.D.; Good Vibration's eco-sexologist, Dr. Carol Queen, Ph.D.; Hawaiian gender-queer porn star, Jiz Lee; performance artist, Tania Hamidi; ecosex comedian, EcoElf; Blisscoach University's Kamala Devi & Tantra Theater Group; ecosexologist, Dr. Robert Lawrence, Ph.D.; Israeli ecosexual art magazine editor, Ms. Use; artist, C. Finley; blogger, ecosex radio host, Spyce Spycey, and others to be announced. Moderated by adult film director/star, Veronica Hart.
Annie Sprinkle & Elizabeth Stephens' Purple Wedding to the Moon
            Purple Wedding to the Moon
            Officiated by Reverend Billy with the Church of Life After Shopping Choir
            Saturday, Oct. 23, 2010
            FarnsworthPark Amphitheater, Los Angeles (Altadena), CA
            Gather: 6:00 PM, Ceremony: 6:30-8:00, Reception: 8:00-9:30
            Ecosex Symposium Honeymoon
            October 24th.  3:00-6:00 Panels, performances, moon pies.
            Highways Performance Space, Santa Monica, Ca.

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PRESS PHOTOS of the bride-artists, Elizabeth Stephens & Annie Sprinkle are available for download at http://loveartlab.org/press-gallery.php
FOR MORE INFORMATION:  http://www.loveartlab.org.
A complete list of performers, artist collaborators and symposium panelists will be posted soon.        

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Annie Sprinkle & Elizabeth Stephens' ECOSEX SYMPOSIUM HoneyMOON Discount Event Tickets for Half Price- Los Angeles - Highways Performance Space - Santa Monica, CA - Stubdog Events

Ecosexuals unite! What's an ecosexual? Find out with a panel of esteemed sex-ecologists; the movers and shakers of this satisfying new sexual identity and cutting edge pollen-amourous community. Find your e-spot. On the occasion of the honeyMOON day after Stephens & Stephens' wedding to the Moon.

Serena Anderlini-D'Onofrio and Deborah Taj Anapol to keynote as sexecology expert witnesses. 

Annie Sprinkle & Elizabeth Stephens' ECOSEX SYMPOSIUM HoneyMOON Discount Event Tickets for Half Price- Los Angeles - Highways Performance Space - Santa Monica, CA - Stubdog Events

Serena at BiReCon, Bisexuality as Portal to More Sustainable Use of Resources of Love, London, UK, August 26, 2010

How can bisexuality help us humans understand ourselves as resources of love? How can we use these resources more sustainably so as to generate abundance of them?

More about this sustainable use of resources of love in Serena's avatar of ecosexual theory, Gaia and the New Politics of Love, now available digitally to read in less than one minute and without the waste of a single twig! Million thanks to all those who clicked on big push-up date of September 26.  The title made it to the top of the list in Kindle Store in two specialty areas: AIDS and Feminist Theory! Keep building your paperless library on Kindle for PC!

Peak to exciting Calendar of events in October:
--October 16-17, LuvHub, Santa Monica, CA, Workshop on Conscious Sensuality
--October 19, Sex and Culture Lecture Series, Van Nuys, CA
--October 23, Wedding to the Moon, with Annie Sprinkle, Farnsworth Amphitheater, Altadena, CA
--October 24, First Ever Ecosexuality Symposium, Highway Performace Space, Santa Monica.
Don't miss these many opportunities to become familiar with Serena's pioneering work in ecosexuality and theories about the sustaiability and abundance of love.