The Earth as a lover, not a mother


At Learning to Fly with Tangled wings, we believe that all life is intrinsically connected by & to the uniting concept & energy of nature. We are individual & varying expressions of that underlying unity & sameness. 

By developing our understandings of the natural world, we are able to better learn how to live in sync with it & as part of it, instead of imposing upon it. To study & co-exist with & as part of nature is our practice of ecosex. We prioritize this relationship by respecting & caring for our environment in a way that offers gratitude for the many resources it offers us. Through this practice, we create a sustainable relationship with the earth to facilitate the health & wellbeing of our natural world & as an extension of that, the health & well-being of ourselves.

We believe in treating nature, including ourselves & each other, with the utmost love & respect. Where as a mother may tolerate bad behavior out of love for a child, the earth does not & it must be treated with care in order to continue to provide the resources we require to live on this planet. As an extension of nature, we strive to create a sustainable relationship with our regional ecologies as we co-exist with our environment through sustainable living practices & celebrate the earth through its many sensual offerings. That’s what ecosexuality means, to us. 


Awareness is the first step in action

There is no planet B

Greenhouse gases

Change is an inevitable part of life. However, the rate at which our planet is changing has been rapidly accelerated by our environmentally negligent activities. As a result, temperatures are rising, precipitation patterns are changing, & we are experiencing more extreme climate events such as drought & hurricanes. Many of these changes are linked to the rising levels of carbon dioxide & greenhouse gas in our atmosphere, caused by human activities. 

Once emitted, greenhouse gases may stay in our atmosphere for tens to hundreds of years, affecting the present and future populations that call our lands, seas, & sky home. As emissions increase, they build up in the atmosphere & warm the planet. 


Hi, I’m Larissa. My hope is to discuss my own understanding, attempts & insights as it relates to my practice while promoting environmental conservation.

The Duality of Ahimsa

As an extension of nature, we believe in self-care.