Transformers Rock Bonoboville
Length 1:34:13 Date: June 25, 2016
We are all in transition. Throughout the world, many of us are moving into a more sexually fluid, bonoboësque state of being and doing, for the pleasure and fulfillment of the individual, the betterment of human society, the benefit of many other species (including the bonobos) and quite possibly peace on earth.
There are backlashes, to be sure, some horrifying, like the tragedy in Orlando and the tragedy that is Trump. But in general, I believe that most human societies around the world are moving forward into female empowerment, sexual liberation and the Bonobo Way. Thus, the backlashes from the human baboons.
Climaxing Gay Pride Month, this show is dedicated to those who have suffered or died in these vicious backlashes to our transition. So I call it “TRANSFORMERS” as it features performers who have transformed themselves for their own fulfillment, as well as our entertainment and edification, as well as a twist on the popular cartoon, “Transformers: Robots in Disguise.”
First up on the bed is DrSuzy.Tv “virgin,” Isabella Sorrenti, a Marilyn Monroe lookalike with porcelain skin in a big fluffy flowered crinoline and heels, whom you might be surprised to learn was once a buff, tough U.S. Marine! However, that’s a common trait for “transformers” who are often “in disguise,” pretending to be “real men,” trying to meet society’s gender expectations, when they feel like women inside.
Isabella regales us with tales of her transition, from her birth in Florence, Italy to early childhood memories of her mother putting her in makeup and “girls’ clothes” to her dreary years of adolescent confusion to entering the Marine Corps to coming out of her macho male “disguise,” the butterfly of her authentic self, emerging from a cocoon of lies, to be the beautiful girly girl she always was inside.
PHOTO 1: L’EROTIQUE. PHOTOS 2 & 3: IRWIN
We discuss Trans language, currently in a state as fluid as human sexuality. Years ago, we broadcast a show, featuring several of the world’s hottest trans performers at the time, called “Shemale Rapture.” Now that title, as well as the term “tranny” and even “transsexual,” are considered derogatory slurs. Transparent is okay, of course, but that’s a TV show. Last year, I was called on the carpet for giving a trans performer a “Best Gender Bender” award. Isabella agrees that these terms are indeed quite offensive. “What would you like to be called?” I ask.
“A woman,” she replies with a warm womanly smile, batting her long lush lashes coquettishly. Fair enough. And oh, what a woman she is.
Nevertheless, Isabella stars in porn films with titles and descriptions that feature these “offensive” terms, in hopes of attracting potential customers that like to use them. I must admit the politically correct pressure to use terminology that doesn’t offend anyone could drive a weaker individual headlong into a Trump rally. The lingo confuses and even riles me a bit too, but I prefer to at least attempt to learn trans language than hurt the people I’m talking to or about. With all the live unscripted talk and clowning around I do, I still make many faux pas, but at least I’m trying and learning.
Later, Isabella calls herself a “transbian” to describe her evolving sexual attraction to other women. She also says she has a “shenis” (yes, that would be a trans person’s penis) under all those billows of black crinoline, which she demurely doesn’t reveal. However, she does graciously pull up her many skirts to show off her well-toned, blue-panty-clad ass.
She also shows off her formidable fellating skills by sucking down an 11-inch dildo—oh my! From sucking to licking, to sucking and licking, she takes Bonoboville Communion from Dayton Rains’ delightful 32DD “altar,” framed in a lovely pink and black bra that matches my own. Then it’s time for Agwa “waterboarding,” a lot more fun than the military kind. I throw an Agwa lei around Isa’s neck and declare, “Congrats! You got Lei’ed.”
PHOTOS 1, 2 & 3: IRWIN. PHOTO 4: L’EROTIQUE
It’s sexy Jacquie’s third time in a row on the show. Jacquie’s very submissive and a bit of a pain slut, and we love her for it. Apparently, so does Mistress Cyan who spanked Jacquie’s eager buns for the first time on last week’s show, and is now going to make a film clip with Jacquie. Once again, Bonoboville proves to be the place to meet your love match… or at least, a new scene partner.
Speaking of scenes, we create one as “Mistress” Isabella book-spanks Jacquie with The Bonobo Way, then whacks her with a big wooden paddle, all the while barking orders and reprimands rather like a USMC drill instructor. No doubt she learned a thing or two about domination back there in boot camp.
This show also features a great new artwork hanging over the broadcast bed: a marvelous, hilarious and lovingly detailed “graphic recording” of my Bonobo Way talk for AASECT (American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists), created by Breakthrough Visuals artist Terry Laban.
Shout-outs to Live Art Almanac – Vol. 4 which includes my eulogy for one of the greatest performance artists ever: Frank Moore; to Abby Martin for a great interview on the real history of Puerto Rico’s nonconsensual bondage to the U.S.; and to Cosmo Magazine. Mid-show, Dayton skips into the Womb Room with the July 2016 issue featuring my advice on “Acing Your Orals,” which arrived in the Bonoboville mail along with a lovely personal note from editor Julie Vadnal who happened to be in the audience of my AASECT talk. Then I Cosmo–spank her. Nice ass on our ass. producer.
PHOTOS 1 & 2: L’EROTIQUE. PHOTO 3: IRWIN
The show climaxes with the return of our old friend Ikkor the Wolf who regales us with tales of his new film “Once Upon a Time in Detroit.” Then at my request, he takes off his shirt and sings his signature rap, “We Are One.” It’s also a Bonoboville anthem, and it reflects the theme of AASECT 2016, Inclusivity.
As we weather the backlashes and move forward towards a more bonobo future, we see and feel the truth of our oneness, the truth I saw clearly when I nearly died of septic shock exactly 10 years ago, the truth I glimpse with every orgasm, the truth we all recognize when we really connect with each other, the truth that is, “We Are One.”
© June 26, 2016. Susan Block, Ph.D., a.k.a. “Dr. Suzy,” is a world renowned LA sex therapist, author of The Bonobo Way: The Evolution of Peace through Pleasure and horny housewife, occasionally seen on HBO and other channels. For speaking engagements, call 310-568-0066.