Author: Lindsay Hagamen


Lindsay Hagamen lives, works, loves, and plays on the high plateau that descends off of Mt. Adams in Klickitat, Washington. She is a member of the Windward Line Family, believes we need to get back to the fundamentals in order to truly thrive together, and helps people transition toward the ecosexual life in workshops throughout the Pacific Northwest and on myloverearth.org.

Articles by Lindsay Hagamen include:

  • Crossing over the Threshold (Issue # 157)

Re-Membering the Web of Life: The Biological Imperative for Sovereignty, Interdependence, and a Consent Economy

Posted on May 27, 2017 by
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“To last, love must enflesh itself in the materiality of the world—produce food, shelter, warmth or shade, surround itself with careful acts and well-made things.” —Wendell Berry With our first breath, we sign an unwritten contract. With this signing, we accept certain preconditions for being alive, in this body, here and now, on this Earth.… Read More

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Ecosexuality: Embracing a Force of Nature

Posted on January 1, 2017 by
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Only when we create a container that is loving enough and strong enough to embrace the erotic, do we create a container that is loving enough and strong enough to embrace all of Life itself.


Crossing over the Threshold

Posted on December 7, 2012 by
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An older generation learns to let go as a younger generation steps forward.