‘Ecosexual’ woman declares ‘erotic’ relationship with an Oak tree, and the jokes write themselves

Taking nature-loving to an extreme, a woman who calls herself an “ecosexual” has fallen in love with an Oak tree and perversely claims that it fills her with “erotic energy.”

“There was an eroticism with something so big and so old holding my back,” Sonja Semyonova, 45, stated during an interview with SWNS.

According to the New York Post, an “exosexual” is defined as a person who “finds nature romantic, sensual and sexy” and fantasizes “Earth as their lover.”

In a world where fetishes and mental issues have now become mainstream, her lover of choice is a tree and the media seems to be normalizing it.

Semyonova claims to be a self-intimacy guide and a “somatic sex educator in training.” She became infatuated with the tree after moving to Vancouver Island, British Colombia in the winter of 2020 during the pandemic.

She conducts “erotic storytelling.” The tree-lover seems to get caught up in her own stories and came across the Oak tree while taking nature walks during COVID lockdowns, falling head-over-heels for it.

“I was walking a path near the tree five days a week for the whole winter,” Semyonova recounted. “I noticed a connection with the tree. I would lie against it.”

By the summer of 2021, her feelings for the tree had turned erotic. The New York Post writes that she loves the “feeling of being tiny and supported by something so solid” and “the feeling of not being able to fall,” when it comes to the Oak tree.

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Semyonova had a human partner when all this began but now the tree-hugger is a one-tree woman evidently. She is no longer drawn to human companionship.

“The presence I feel with the tree is what I’m looking for but that’s a fantasy with a person,” Semyonova strangely and disturbingly commented. “I had been craving that rush of erotic energy that comes when you meet a new partner and that is not sustainable.”

The woman made it clear she does not physically engage in intercourse with the tree, but instead takes part in the eroticism in her mind.

“A big misconception is that ecosexuality means sex between people and nature, it’s a different way to explore the erotic,” she claimed. “To watch the changing of the seasons is to me an erotic act. You go from death in winter and then everything comes alive in spring and mates.”

Semyonova went on to assert that ecosexuality “is already present in a lot of people” and that a relationship with nature could solve a lot of climate change issues.

“There’s a reason we want to go for picnics in parks and hike in nature,” she contended. “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. I believe that we could gain from having a more symbiotic relationship with nature.”

Putting aside that the woman is in need of professional help, users on X just couldn’t help themselves on this one:


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