What Say To Eco-Sex? And, Yes, AGW Is Involved

Yes, I am an environmentalist. Yes, I believe in sustainability. Yes, I believe in conservation, renewable energy sources, saving the manatees, restricting the harvesting of marine animals such as whales, sharks, and dolphins. I like clean air, water, and land. That said, it is things like this which make me say I am an environmentalist quietly, as envirowackos do their thing. And, of course, these days, green means low CO2, which, if you haven’t caught one of my rants before, ticks me off heavily. I despise how the climate alarmists have imported every real environment issue into their wacko man caused warming efforts. I’ll stop there before I truly get going, and excerpt about Eco Sex!

You drive a hybrid, eat organic, and are passionate about recycling. But how green is your love life? Skip related content

Think about those lovely Valentine’s Day roses and the environmental costs of growing them and the carbon miles involved in flying them in from faraway lands. (WT-there’s the AGW nuttiness)

And what about used condoms, tossed into the toilet and making their way into sewers that perhaps pollute the ocean?

If an ecologically sustainable life between the sheets hasn’t crossed your mind, you’re still a “total environmental neophyte”, according to author Stefanie Iris Weiss.

But help is on the way with Weiss’s new handbook “Eco-Sex”, which leaves no stone unturned in its mission to bring the bedroom front and centre into the battle to save the planet.

The truly sad part (well, one of many sad parts) is that I can see this kind of moonbattery catching on with climate alarmists, when it should go the same way as Sheryl Crow’s “use one sheet of TP” idea.

“I think green sex is having its moment right now. I think it is the next big thing in green. People are realizing that their every day, most intimate habits, are deeply connected to this horrible crisis we are in,” she said.

By horrible crisis, she means global warming, er, climate change. Which could be sending us into 30 years of cooling, according to an IPCC scientist.

From hand-cranked sex toys (and Web sites where old battery-driven devices can be recycled) to healthy, eco-friendly underwear (bamboo) and dating sites for ecological warriors, “Eco-Sex” aims to show readers how to reduce the carbon footprint of their love life — and have fun doing it.

Told ya. If I hear Al Gore yammering on about manual sex toys, I might go postal.

With the planet headed towards a population of around nine billion oxygen-swilling, carbon-emitting people by 2040, according to the United Nations, the ultimate carbon offset is to choose sex that does not result in having babies.

“The No. 1 thing people can do to be an eco-sexual is to have fewer kids, or have none at all,” said Weiss, who is childless.

I actually hope the climate alarmists, consisting of mostly liberals, take her advice on how to have eco friendly sex without getting pregnant. The world could use a whole lot less unhinged liberals taught by their unhinged liberal parents.

And, no, I really didn’t need to include that graphic, which is real, but, hey, think of it this way. Your day can only go uphill after viewing it!

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