Goodbye Gauley Mountain: An Ecosexual Love Story, documentary by Beth Stephens with Annie Sprinkle, USA, 2013, 70 min.
This is the story of two ecosexual activists helping to save the Appalachian Mountains in West Virginia. Beth Stephens, artist and professor, and Annie Sprinkle, feminist porn star and artist, join forces to infuse the fight for environmental justice with sexual politics, post-porn activism, and humor. They take the Earth as their lover, marry the Appalachian Mountains and raise awareness about the devastation caused by mountain top removal mining while celebrating life.
“Goodbye Gauley Mountain is deep, full of feeling, effective, beautifully made and powerful! Especially dear to my heart are all the fine ecosexual West Virginia dogs. […] The compost is hot!” Donna Haraway