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Village Groups: 420 Pleasures

1 Feb , 2018  

Like blowing smoke clouds? Passionate about edibles? Join the 420 Pleasures group and contribute your articles, pix and stories. While some enjoy pleasure by the palm trees, others delight in 50 shades of green.


  • What are your sexiest stories involving the Green Goddess?
  • Indica or sativa?
  • Favorite strain?
  • Doobie or Vape?

~Del Rey

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NOW BOOKING for the LIVE broadcast of DrSuzy.Tv | #GoBonobos in 2018!

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Be part of the The Dr. Susan Block Show.

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Performers, musicians, authors, educators, kinksters, couples, trouples, artists and exhibitionists, chefs, actors, actresses, comedians, bloggers, and politicians, are encouraged to contact 310.568.0066, and become part of the “Greatest Sexuality Show on Earth.”

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The Dr. Susan Block Show is a live broadcast from the BONOBOVILLE LAX, 15 minutes south of West Hollywood, and broadcasts LIVE LIVE LIVE every Saturday night. Doors open at 9:45pm, and show time runs from 10:30 until midnight Dr. Susan Block is author of the critically acclaimed book The Bonobo Way, and is Los Angeles’ own Mistress of the Airwaves.

Some of the things we talk about:

THE BONOBO WAY, SEX, FETISHES, SPANKING, GOLDEN SHOWERS, DONALD J. TRUMP, SEX WORK, SOCIAL JUSTICE, BONOBO CONSERVATION, PEACE THROUGH PLEASURE, SEX TOYS, POLITICS, PORN, LITERATURE, CANNASEXUALITY, PUNK ROCK, SQUIRTING, BDSM, CROSS DRESSING, CASUAL SEX, ROLE PLAY, ECOSEXUALITY, ENVIRONMENTALISM, BONOBOS, FOOD, CONSERVATION, MASTURBATION, SPLOSHING, GOLDEN SHOWERS, POLICE BRUTALITY, ECOLOGY, SEX, CINEMA, FETISHES, RELATIONSHIPS, EVENTS, MUSIC, SEX POSITIONS, MODELS, CANNABIS, SEX POSITIONS, TRANSEXUALS, AUTHORS, EDUCATORS, BOOKS, NEW RELEASES, APHRODISIAC MASTURBATION, LOVE, AND SO MUCH MORE!

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Previous Dr. Susan Block Show guests include the late great Bettie Page, actor Danny Glover, actor/wrestler Dave Bautista, multiple AVN-award winners Bonnie Rotten and Axel Braun, Playboy centerfold Monica Monroe, Penthouse Pet of the Year Layla Sin, TV icon Ed Asner, rapper Too Short, Spearmint Rhino Mogul John Gray, comedian Jason Hadley, "Sushi Girl" star Cortney Palm, Goddess Soma and Fat Mike of NoFX, Sex at Dawn author Christopher Ryan, political commentator Abby Martin, pro-sex feminist Nina Hartley, burlesque star Dita Von Teese, DomCon founder Mistress Cyan, porn legend Ron Jeremy, and many more.

For booking, please contact
310.568.0066
Bonoboville@gmail.com
or tweet us @RadioSuzy1.

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[Contributing Editor & Associate producer]

The Dr. Susan Block Institute for the Erotic Arts & Sciences

The Dr. Susan Block Institute | A Village Holdings Company
8306 Wilshire Blvd. Suite #1047  Beverly Hills, California 90211
Office Phone: 310.568.0066 Live Broadcast Call-in Line: 1.866.289.7068

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Block Book Features: The Art of Pin-up

1 Feb , 2018  

Block Book Features:

The Art of Pin-up

One big slice of cheesecake: Pin-up travels the long road from barracks wall to high art In the 15 years since TASCHEN released The Great American Pin-up, international interest in this distinctly American art form has increased exponentially. Paintings by leading artists such as Alberto Vargas, George Petty, and Gil Elvgren that sold for $ 2,000 in 1996 are going for $ 200,000 and more today. Pin-up: drawings, paintings and pastels of an idealized female face and figure intended for public display, was produced between 1920 and 1970, for use on calendars, and magazine covers and centerfolds. The majority of original paintings were discarded by publishers and calendar companies after printing, making the surviving art that much more precious. Today it’s popularity is huge, and ripe for an equally huge and truly comprehensive collector’s edition.” Order now.


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For even more recommended books, art, literotica, and much more, visit BlockBooks.com

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Sex Calls: Cunnilingus with Cunningham & Al Goldstein

1 Feb , 2018  

Curious about oral sex? Have questions about how to maximum your partner’s pleasure? In this installation of Sex Calls, Dr. Suzy has her Vulva Puppet handy to talk about Cunnilingus with Cunningham & Al Goldstein. Ooh la la.

Watch | Listen | Enjoy

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Song of the Week: “I Don’t Understand Job” by Garfunkel and Oates

1 Feb , 2018  

Hey Bonobos! The time has come for another song of the week! This week’s theme is hand-jobs. Highlighting this theme are comedienne duo Garfunkel and Oats, these two vent their woes about not knowing how-to give proper HJs with a lyrically tight, and comically campy rap, “I Don’t Understand Job.” From start to finish Riki “Garfunkel” Lindhome and Kate “Oates” Micucci’s are sure to have you laughing with their witty puns and pop culture references. In other songs they poke fun at blowjobs, pregnancy, and bisexuality, and dating, but here it is all about the handy J. Enjoy and #GoBonobos!


Their hour-long special, Trying To Be Special is now on Netflix

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“You know it is the feast of Lupercal”: February Traditions Then and Now | Cass via American Shakespeare Center

1 Feb , 2018  

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Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar opens on a holiday — but a holiday no one in Shakespeare’s England any longer celebrated. Unlike Twelfth Night, Shrove Tuesday, Whitsuntide, or any other liturgical holiday of the Christian calendar, the Lupercalia was something no one in Shakespeare’s audiences would have had personal experience with, and we are even further removed from it today. But what correlations does it have to Tudor-era traditions and to our modern late-winter festivities? More than you might immediately guess.

So what is this strange Roman festival? Plutarch discusses the Lupercalia, held February 13th-15th, in his “Life of Romulus,” the first of his Twelve Lives. He describes it there as the Romans celebrated it early in the Republic, as a feast of purification, but also as a memorial to the she-wolf that suckled Romulus and Remus after their exposure in the wilderness. He gives the following description of the ceremonies:Read-More-Button-149x49-Blue-Transparent-GIF