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‘Ecosexual’ Woman Claims She Is in an ‘Erotic’ Relationship with a Tree

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A woman in Vancouver Island, Canada, claims to have developed an “ecosexual” relationship with an oak tree during the pandemic, finding it romantic and sensual.

She believes ecosexuality is a different way to explore the erotic and suggests that many people are repressed ecosexuals.

She argues that tapping into the life force of nature is the erotic aspect. (Trending: Democrat Found Guilty In Corruption Trial)

“I was walking a path near the tree five days a week for the whole winter. I noticed a connection with the tree,” Sonja Semyonova said, noting that she was “craving that rush of erotic energy that comes when you meet a new partner, and that is not sustainable.”

“The presence I feel with the tree is what I’m looking for, but that’s a fantasy with a person,” she said.

“The feeling of being tiny and supported by something so solid. The feeling of not being able to fall,” she added.

“I would lie against it. There was an eroticism with something so big and so old holding my back,” she added.

Ecosexuality is defined as “a person that finds nature romantic, sensual, and sexy.”

Semyonova feels that “ecosexuality” is a “different way to explore the erotic.”

“You go from death in winter, and then everything comes alive in spring and mates,” she said.

“There are similarities between sex with people and the eroticism ecosexuals feel with nature, but they’re not the same.”

“What we fail to notice is that the reason we want this is to tap into the life force that comes from these things, which is the erotic,” she said.

However, some simply attribute her feelings to loneliness, as a significant number of adults globally experience loneliness.

“People who are lonely often crave human contact, but their state of mind makes it more difficult to form connections with others,” VeryWellMind writes.

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