She received a BFA in photography from the School of Visual Arts in 1986 and, in 1992, she earned a doctorate (P. in Human Sexuality from the Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco.
I'm not surprised I had lung cancer. Its all pretty genetic, plus I grew up in the smog of LA and smoked 2 packs a day for 21 years in my youth, when it was cool and groovy. There are things that are much worse than lung cancer actually. The cancer treatments today are not what they were.
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Currently, Sprinkle works as a performance artist and sex educator. Sprinkle, who describes herself as "ecosexual", married her long-time partner, Beth Stephens, in Canada on January 14, 2007.
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Currently, Dr. Sprinkle works as a performance artist and sex educator. Sprinkle, who is bisexual, married her long-time partner, Beth Stephens, in Canada on January 14, 2007. Currently, Dr.
From the day I gave away my virginity at 17 I started documenting my sexual experiences, Sprinkle told us via e-mail. I still am, 40 years later. Most recently, she said, she.
After Annie Sprinkle, I began to see these exams a whole new way. I was actually able to relax. It's just a vagina after all. You might not think that a former adult film star, self-described post-porn modernist, avant-garde performance artist and ecosexual would possess a sage-like wisdom, but Annie Sprinkle does. Her insight has helped me through the worst of times. I’ve found myself repeatedly guided by the wisdom of Annie Sprinkle. Back in the 1990s, as part of a performance art piece dubbed Public Cervix Announcement, Sprinkle demystified female genitalia by showing her cervix