“ECO-SEX” Rocks DrSuzy.Tv with a Sustainable Show & another Organic, Orgasmic After-Party on the Bonoboville Kitchen Table!
Length 1:32:35 Date: June 28, 2014
From a lively broadcast on how to make your sex life more sustainable to an even livelier after-party featuring a biodegradable (but very firm) banana penetrating an eager yoni on the notorious Bonoboville kitchen table, this DrSuzy.Tv episode explores the meaning of “Eco-Sex”… earthy body, conscious mind and bonobo soul.
“Eco-Sex” is also the name of a wonderful book (full title: Eco-Sex: Go Green Between the Sheets and Make Your Love Life Sustainable) written by my featured guest who joins us live from New York, EcoSalon columnist Stefanie Iris Weiss. It’s chock full of enlightening information and comprehensive instructions on how torecharge your sex life while renewing your passion for the planet that sustains all of us.
Being eco-sexual involves taking good care of your body, your partner(s)’ bodies and the beautiful body of our world, the earth. Eco-sexualists, like ethical hedonists, are sex-positive while trying to take responsibility for how our pleasure might affect others, even indirectly, such as the way we dispose of the “waste” of our sexual lives, whether breaking up with a former lover or throwing out a used condom. “The earth is an organism, like your body,” says Stefanie, “and it needs tender loving care at every level of its complex, intertwined system.”
Stefanie and I connected when she tweeted her appreciation for a Heeb Magazine interview that probed what else but the Hebraic roots of ethical hedonism and wild holiday bacchanals. Upon discovering that Ms. Weiss was not just any “nice Jewish girl,” but an eloquent eco-sexual warrior princess, I persuaded her to stay up past her bedtime (on her natural latex bed) to chat about the meaning of “eco-sex” and give us some tips on how to lead the environment-friendly erotic life.
Joining us in-studio is eco-sexual activist and “Raw Vegan Slave Goddess” Cici Cummins returning from her recent adventures in the Oregon woods withfriend and fellow Counterpunch writer, Michael Donnelly. Cici,attired in nothing but a teeny bikini (that eventually comes off), serves up her dark green “10 Day Transformational Cleanse,” which tastes much better now (ah, the miracle of blenders), along with her raw opinions.
Cici gives a green thumbs-up to Stefanie’s book. Really, it’s the eco-sexual Bible. And just like the old Bible, reading it might make you feel guilty for not being as environmentally conscious as you should be. Well, there’s bad guilt (like feeling ashamed of your sexual desires) and there’s good guilt (like feeling bad about flushing a tampon down the toilet—don’t do that!). Eco-Sex makes you feel the good guilt, and helps you to take whatever steps you can to clean up your sex act… and clean up after it as well.
Read Eco-Sex for the details, but listen free to the first half of this show as we touch upon some eco-sexual points of interest, including a little of the movement’s history, getting away from the computers and back to nature, the controversial but ecological benefits of being child-free, saving the bonobos as well as the bees, the most eco-friendly sex toys (Stefanie recommends Jimmyjane) and skin products (don’t put anything on your skin you wouldn’t want to eat). In terms of lube, if you’re not using condoms, extra-virgin coconut oil is the hands-down-there favorite (with a special shout-out to Cannabelly who infuses his coconut oil with cannabis). Though, as Capt’n Max brings up, the unsustainable fact that most of our coconuts have to roll all the way over here from Thailand is not too eco-sexy; using locally grown products should be another eco-sexual priority.
Speaking of eco-sex movement history, Stefanie is looking forward to joining longtime eco-sexual artist Annie Sprinkle on a panel at September’s Catalyst convention. This triggers Max reminiscing about his old days with Annie and Willem de Ridder making magazines like “Annie Sprinkle Hot Shit” (sounds biodegradable), getting busted for publishing “obscenity” (Annie “stump-fucking” Long Jean Silver) and living the macrobiotic, sex-revolutionary life from Santa Margarita, Italy to Woodstock, New York. Stefanie points out that Annie was one of the early proponents of the eco-sexual idea of Lover Earth as opposed to Mother Earth… though I suppose eco-sexual mother fetishists can have it both ways.
Just as we bid Stefanie sweet dreams on her natural latex mattress, we get a surprise visit from our good friend, Stripperella artist Anthony Winn who shows us a clip from the sensational, symbolically ecological music video “Meet the Foetus” he just directed featuring Brody Dalle, Shirley Manson and a very phallic green dragon. Always illustrating, Anthony draws another amazing cartoon of me wielding a dildo like a baton. Speaking of which, shout-out to Kat Dior, Anthony has your illustration!
Then former U.S. President Bill Clinton calls in again, this time to tell me about his new organic cigars (our favorite ex-Prez goes green as he lusts after pink) and offer me a position on the Presidential staff. How could I say no to Bonobo Bill, as we’ve now nicknamed him here in Bonoboville?
It’s the last show of June for which our theme has been “June is Busting Out All Over,” and Cici and Anthony both bust out for “Bonoboville Communion” with dangerously delicious Dirty Tequila and sinfully spicy Ron de Jeremy rum (brought to us last Saturday by the iconic Hedgehog himself). Also busting out for June in the after-party: an anonymous female visitor who works for a notoriously conservative TV channel that we promised not to name. But let me just note this: when conservative gals bust out, they really bust out. In fact, everyone in the kitchen—male and female—is treated to a feel of her rather large, brand new boobs, and some of us got to feel more.
Then away go the hors d’ouevres, and up hops a stark naked Cici on the Bonoboville kitchen table as the banquet centerpiece. Somehow, maybe triggered by former U.S. President Bonobo Bill’s cigar reference, this transitions into me spreading Cici’s luscious labia and teasing her with the peeled banana I’ve been sucking on, slowly slipping it into her yearning yoni as she gasps, her legs akimbo, surrounded by cameras, voyeurs and supporters. Then it’s time for a Pocket Rocket (Drop Pocket Rockets, Not Patriot Missiles!) from Doc Johnson (maybe not biodegradable, but a lot more eco-sexual than dropping bombs) on her clitoris and a giant organic cucumber going inside for the old pickle tickle. After a few screaming orgasms on Big Green, Cici whisks it away and comes back with her jolly green friend sliced into bite-sized pieces for all to enjoy.
More shout-outs to Condomania, official guardian of Bonoboville genitalia, Juxleather finger-floggers, Dolly for giving me a great “hair-job,” our favorite “unlicensed professionals” Cat and Sam, Chris Gagliardi for his anti-bullying efforts and, last but by no means least, Nice Buy Appliances. If you’re in Southern California and you need a reliable, affordable refrigerator, washer, drier or any appliance besides a vibrator (though their washing machines make great vibrators; just sit on one and feel those vibrations!), see the nice guys at Nice Buy. Most important: help us help save the real bonobos and support the invaluable conservation efforts of our friends at Lola ya Bonobo and BCI. And join Bonoboville. We’re still in beta, but we’re busting out!
Read Eco-Sex to find out more about how you can enjoy a big bang that will make the earth move while helping to save the planet. And remember what that ancient Greek eco-sexual and ethical hedonist Epicurus once said, “Not what we have, but what we enjoy, constitutes our abundance.”