Hedonisia Activist Community

Creative & Pleasurable Social Activism!

Hedonisia is a portfolio of projects with a focus on gender equality, reproductive rights and progressive entrepreneurship.

Many of our social entrepreneur projects started at Hedonisia Hawaii Eco-Community with the help of interns and volunteers from around the world.

All of our projects were based on social entrepreneur principles we practiced at Hedonisia Hawaii. Living in paradise allowed us to practice ‘pleasurable activism’! We worked hard to play a role in improving the world but also to have fun doing so!

Sadly Hedonisia Hawaii was destroyed in the Kilauea volcano eruption of 2018.

We are preparing to rebuild. We created the Hedonisia Hawaii Rebirth Crowdfund and invite you to support us in our Post-Volcano Projects.

In the meantime, Mojo the Community Director moved to Portland OR where he created an apartment  based micro-community! We welcome applicants to our second home in Portland!

Hedonisia Creative Entrepreneur Portfolio!

Our Activist Entrepreneur Approach to Capitalism

Traditionally young people and many progressives such as environmentalists or feminists, argue that capitalism is exploitative. And all too often it is.

Sadly, our current president, Donald Trump embodies nearly every stereotype of negative capitalism. Corruption, nepotism, bribery, slumlord, shady real estate deals. His list of sleazy capitalist practices goes on and on.

However, as we teach in our Video eCourse the Activist Entrepreneur, capitalism does not have to be this way.

Young people have started political revolutions, often accompanied by a great deal of bloodshed, in order to start fresh without the stain of capitalism. The Communist revolutions of China and Russia were against capitalism. The Islamic revolution in Iran wanted to replace decadent capitalism with theocracy. All had millions of idealistic youth doing a lot of killing and dying to create a ‘perfect society’.

However, trade is the oldest of human enterprises and has great potential for good as well as corporate evil. In the Age of the Internet with its limitless potential, the youth of today have an opportunity to change capitalism from within!