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Générations Cobayes - The Tour de France of the eco-orgasm

This aim of the ambitious project of Générations Cobayes, non merci! is to raise awareness among young people in France about the link between environmental pollution and the epidemic of chronic illness we witness today.

Launched at the beginning of the year, the Tour de France of the eco-orgasm travelled across France to 15 student cities with one mini in 5 months. It spent one week in each student city, where different activities took place to engage youth on the topic of environmental health.

Activities included do-it-yourself workshops to learn about personal care products, on campus awareness-raising stands, training and, most importantly, a one-hour conference explaining how to avoid toxic chemicals (namely endocrine disrupting chemicals EDCs) through different stages of seduction, including the eco-orgasm.

So far 40,000 youths have already joined this movement, which has a clear message: health is about well-being and pleasure, and young people should be able to be safe and not exposed to toxic, harmful chemicals.

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Last updated on 7 May 2015

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