In June of this year, Sérgio Marone revealed that he was ecosexual and caused something to be said on the web. Today (8), during his visit to São Paulo Fashion Week, the actor once again went into detail about the subject, explaining what ecosexuality is and how it applies to his life.
In conversation with Quem, Marone revealed what the guidance encompasses and how this lifestyle works in practice. “Ecosexuality is taking pleasure in the simple and essential things in life. We are nature and, when we reconnect with it, we feel pleasure opening the window and feeling a breeze on our face, taking a bath in the sea”, he detailed.
The actor also explained what a person who identifies as ecosexual finds pleasure in. “They are simple things, that renew, that reenergize and that give a lot of pleasure to an ecosexual person”, continued.
In the conversation with the vehicle, Marona recalled that her connection with ecosexuality is not new. This is because, in 2004, the actor played Rafa in the soap opera “Como Uma Onda”, a character that, according to him, fit into the lifestyle. “He was a diver, a guy connected with nature, and lived most of his time underwater, in connection with another world”recalled Sérgio.
To gshow, the artist explained that the use of the term ecosexual happened “by design”. Owner of a beauty brand and currently involved in fashion, Marone wanted to “cause” to draw attention to a good cause. “We are making choices all the time and we can choose a better future all the time! I think nothing is more important than that these days. We are aligned with the new times, the new times are dark and the future will be dark if we don’t change the way we produce, the way we consume. So, I always try to cause with purpose”, he began.
“The ecosexual parade, which spent a week as the most searched term on the internet, for example, was strategic, we created content on my brand’s Instagram. I came across the term, obviously, before that, and I took it to the marketing team, I said: ‘Let’s make a post about this, because it’s going to be popular. And it went really viral!”the actor was proud, who achieved the effect he wanted. “It was a marketing strategy, but also designed to make more people identify with the term and even get more involved with the environmental cause!”he concluded.
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In June, on the Terra portal, Sérgio even confessed that he felt confused by the term at first. “When I first heard this term, I found it so interesting. They are people who have a loving relationship with the planet and I completely recognize myself with that”said the actor and activist. “At first I also thought it had to do with physical attraction, but no. It’s about reconnecting with nature. It’s precisely having an identification with this paradise and everything it offers us”, complemented.
On the portal, Marone also spoke about her preferences when relating to other people, considering her ecosexuality. “And I think it’s so sexy who has a conscience, who has responsibility for our planet. There’s nothing that turns me off more than someone who throws trash on the floor, who doesn’t recycle at home, which is such a basic thing.”he said.
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What does it mean to be “ecosexual”?
Ecosexual people nurture an affectionate, respectful and kind relationship with the Earth, and consider it their intimate partner. According to the Ecosexual Manifesto, written by activist couple Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle, this relationship can involve deeper intimate connections. “We shamelessly hug trees, massage the earth with our feet and talk erotically to plants […]. We make love to the Earth through our senses”says an excerpt from the Manifesto, which also reinforces that “For some of us, being ecosexual is a primary (sexual) identity, while for others it is not. They can be LGBTQ+, heterosexual, asexual and others”.
Ecosexuality also foresees the adoption of daily practices of sustainability and activism. In the case of the actor, there is no physical attraction, but a genuine relationship of love with the planet.
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