#JewsAndArabsRefuseToBeEnemies + BDSM for Schadenfreude Fetishists, In-Studio Striptease, Birthday Spankings & Bonobo LoVE
Length 1:36:16 Date: July 26, 2014
With Bibi’s bombs dropping on Gaza and Hamas’ rockets whizzing into Israel and much hand-wringing here in Bonoboville, we throw our support toward the only “side” with a viable Make-Love-Not-War policy of engagement: #JewsAndArabsRefuseToBeEnemies. This marvelous message of peace through pleasure has been created and carried forth by Lebanese journalist Sulome Anderson (whose photo of herself kissing her mysterious Jewish boyfriend went viral), Dania Darwish, Abraham Gutman and many more, and it is spreading like a spark of love-at-first-hashtag around the world of social media.
Who cares if it’s not the more conflict-specific #IsraelisAndPalestiniansRefuseToBeEnemies. It’s the only glimmer of hope we’ve seen in the current sea of misery, rage, doublespeak and devastation. There’s a picture of an Israeli woman named Jasmin and her Palestinian husband Osama smiling and embracing their mixed child, plus many more inspiring photos and statements from lovers (“He calls me ‘Neshama’ and I call him ‘Habibi.’ Love doesn’t speak the language of occupation), as well as individuals born of Muslim and Jewish parents with both Arab and Israeli “blood” flowing through their veins. They ask the central question: How can I be an enemy of myself? When it comes down to it, aren’t all wars just fights against ourselves?
Of course, neither of the warring factions are in the mood to support mixed marriages between Jews and Muslims or even nonreligious Israelis and Arabs. Even though both groups trace their fabled lineages to a guy named Abraham who had sons with two different wives, there is a sense that the “other” is not quite human, an intolerant antipathy that fans the flames of war. In light of all this, the #JewsAndArabsRefuseToBeEnemies campaign might sound idealistic, and the ideal is the enemy of the real. Then again, it contains the kernel of a basic truth: you can’t be fighting when you’re fornicating. It’s the Bonobo Way.
Moreover, as all of my guests in-studio on DrSuzy.Tv agree, inter-cultural, interracial, inter-faith mixing makes for some extremely hot sex, if not harmonious agreement as to how to raise the kids or what to have for dinner.
How about birthday cake icing smeared on perky hard nipples? This brings me to my guests: two lapsed Jewish birthday boys, BDSM Master D of the famed Saffron family of Australia and actor Luzer Twersky of the famed Twersky family of (Satmar) Williamsburg, New York, plus one lapsed Baptist/Catholic pansexual/showgirl/fashion designer, Shadow Cumbie, a self-described “spoiled brat” in a polyamorous relationship with D.
We talk about the evils of war and the benefits of make-up sex, then share a rollicking round of Bonoboville Communion with Dirty Tequila, beer and Snapple (listen above or watch to find out who has what). Maya also shares her first Bonoboville Communion, finishing it off with a flourishing shake-a-shake-a-shake of her pretty bare titties. Then Shadow ascends the stripper pole and takes it all off, revealing her sweet little shaved vulva and compact tush for the delectation of DrSuzy.Tv subscribers, whereupon Master D pulls her over his knee and gives her birthday spankings for both Luzer and himself. I don my soft mink mitt (a gift from a client) to administer a bit of aftercare, as she shows off a well-beaten bottom that’s as red as a cardinal’s cassock.
More Weapons of Mass Discussion, Hoots & Shout-Outs:
- Duke University’s Dr. Brian Hare and Bonobo Handshake’s Vanessa Woods just wrote a beautiful, touching, truth-telling article in Live Science which, incidentally, links to mine in Counterpunch (also in bloggamy). To help make the point that Dawn of the Planet of the Ape’s misleads the public by calling the murderous Koba a “bonobo,” they tell the tale of Etumbe, the bonobo who spent two terrible decades in a biomedical lab where she was subject to invasive tests and squalid conditions akin to those Koba is said to have been subjected. Yet Etumbe, who was rescued by the amazing Claudine André of Lola ya Bonobo sanctuary and eventually released back into the wild, never killed anyone, bonobo nor human, and she showed extraordinary love and a palpable sense of forgiveness, despite humans having subjected her to such ceaseless torment for so many years. Humans can learn so much about such awe-inspiring forgiveness, love and good sex from our bonobo cousins, but we must save them from extinction before their “secrets” to peace through pleasure die with them!
- It being the last Saturday night of the month, we take one last look at July in A Buttload O’ Months, the scorching hot 2014 wall calendar featuring Catherine Imperio and Samantha Fairley, “Unlicensed Professionals” par excellence, noticing that they feature an appropriate BDSM theme for Master D’s birthday month.
- More on-topic social media participation from our beloved recurring guest Cici, as well as Brandon in NYC calling to talk about that day’s Nudist Parade plus Randy in Baltimore about how to pick up hot girls (actually he tries to pick me up, but not very successfully).
- Though 50 Shades of Grey is, hands down and cuffed, one of the worst-written books we’ve all read, 50 Shades: The Musical is pretty awesome and the trailer to the forthcoming 50 Shades: The Movie looks pretty erotic, in a PG way. We hope it’s good. Ethical BDSM (a branch of ethical hedonism and an important aspect of the Bonobo Way) is a great vehicle for channeling our natural, violent, Schadenfreude-saturated impulses into consensual erotic play rather than bombing, murder and war.
Here’s hoping more of us will refuse to be enemies.