Evolution and the Ecosexual

by Cowboy Bob Sorensen

WARNING: This article contains information that is not recommended for children, and may be disturbing for some adults. Researching diverse subjects for articles is often fascinating, but sometimes I find material that I find troubling, and take no pleasure in writing. Several of the links below contain mature content and profanity.

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When I first encountered the word ecosexual, I looked it up and then dismissed it as a fringe fad that would fall by the wayside, sort of like the word metrosexual. Instead, the ecosexual movement appears to have grown into a strange brew of environmental extremism, witchcraft, sexuality, evolutionism, and selfishness.

Something else for you to study on is the way people are indulging in more sensuality nowadays. They are even seeking their identities in how they obtain sexual pleasure. Sex is a gift from our Creator, both for procreation and our pleasure. As we can easily see, it is being corrupted in many ways.

Concern for the environment is obviously a good thing, and Bible-believing (as opposed to nominal or cultural) Christians know that we are stewards of God's creation. The extreme versions of environmentalism include the view that humans are predators on Earth, and that most people should be exterminated for the sake of the planet. If that's not enough, calling an animal a "non-human person" made it to the court system. These people are mentally ill, pilgrim. Now let's move further.

Ecosexuality is not just the idea of having sex in a nature setting (I'll allow that the idea is appealing, aside from mosquitoes, ticks, and such). Now you can have orgasms by having sex with the earth or parts of it, or by sitting all by your lonesome and "experiencing" the "elements of earth, air, fire, and water". (Well, since the mind is the most important sex organ, such an idea should not seem impossible; mind over matter can be powerful.) You can hire a guide to cultivate your ecosexual experiences, however varied they may be. (Talking erotically to plants, getting married to the moon — those do not strike me as things rational people do.) As you may have determined, ecosexuality is extremely diverse and individualistic.

Pagans are known for their worship of nature, so it is not surprising that witches are attracted to environmental sex. In the article "Ecosexuals Believe Having Sex with the Earth Could Save It — From skinny dippers to people who have actual intercourse with nature, ecosexuality is a growing movement taking a new approach to combatting climate change":
. . . 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.
See that? They want to "dissolve the barriers between species". That is a key point, which is an undercurrent in much of what you can read and hear. We've encountered similar thinking in environmental extremism before. Living things were specifically created, and humanity was created in God's image.

Evolutionism is an ancient pagan religion that has been given respectability. It is being paraded as objective, empirical science. The concept of a universal common ancestor is a direct defiance of God's Word. Pagan pantheists worship the creation, not the Creator. This distortion of reality along with the corruption of God's gift of sexuality (and "having sex with the earth") are based on evolutionary concepts.

Christians, and especially biblical creationists, are at odds with secularists, pagans, environmental extremist, evolutionists, liberal "Christians", and many others. We are saying that God is the creator of all, and that we did not make ourselves. They don't cotton to that truth, nor that we are responsible to God. Sex games, paganism, selfishness, pride — none of those change the truth, but only distract people from it. We are accountable to almighty God for our sins, and we have to find out what he, our Creator and Redeemer, has to say.

This came in after I wrote the article. To take some remarks from Dr. Albert Mohler on The Briefing, "Now this is where Christians also understand most fundamentally that if we abandon the Revelation of God in Scripture and we abandon the Revelation that God has given us of ourselves and our bodies, of sexuality and gender in Creation, then there is no end to what will come. The revolution cannot be stopped."