Dr. Susan Block

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  1. vixen blu
    02 · 8 · 12 @ 7:04 pm

    Yay! As much as I love celebrations of love, give me the spanking anyday.

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  2. OBYONETAOPY
    02 · 8 · 12 @ 6:31 pm

    this is true valentine’s day like WE never thought it was, n nothing 2 do with actual valentine’s day. Great learn! TX

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  3. Grant
    02 · 8 · 12 @ 4:00 pm

    Great blog! I wrote an airctle for the student newspaper in 6th form about the evil, evil commercialisation of Valentines Day. I didn’t get a card either. But yes. The Orthodoxy celebrates the feast day of St Tryphun, or whatever, on February 14th. He’s the patron saint of grape vines and wine. And possibly alcoholics. Much better.

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  4. Charlie N
    02 · 7 · 12 @ 8:19 pm

    Your 2011 Lupercalia show was amazing–can’t wait for 2012. Fly, floggers, fly! Whips ahoy!

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  5. Tasia Sutor
    02 · 7 · 12 @ 12:41 pm

    I LOVE LUPERCALIA, I LOVE DR. SUSAN BLOCK, I LOVE FLOGGING!!!! This is SO much better than disappointment!

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  6. bromeo
    02 · 17 · 11 @ 7:25 pm

    I’m so happy to find out theres an alternative to such a hallmark holiday. Whip…yes please.

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  7. Michael Donnelly
    02 · 14 · 11 @ 3:17 pm

    Excellent.

    I never did buy into that St Valentine’s stuff – the Church story, not to mention, the Hallmark holiday. Even the nuns at my grade school chuckled at the absurdity of it. And, if they’d ever even heard of Lupercalia, they sure didn’t bring that up! Thanks for examining and presenting the true origins of it all. As usual, the Original far surpasses the Sequel.

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  8. Donovon
    02 · 13 · 11 @ 8:44 am

    Gotta love “disney” holidays. I’ll keep this article in mind for the rest of my life ^^

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  9. michael g.b.
    02 · 12 · 11 @ 11:44 am

    Sam – so, then . the word is a “whipper will” (like that little bird). ha! :)

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  10. Sam
    02 · 11 · 11 @ 9:08 pm

    I am very excited about Lupercalia. I am a whipper not a whippee!

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  11. Imtiaz waris
    02 · 11 · 11 @ 6:19 pm

    Susan,I have always found your knowledge of mythology to be quite extraordinary,and this article is equally eye opening for me,as like always I learnt something new about Roman Mythology.

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  12. sherri
    02 · 11 · 11 @ 5:09 pm

    Ouch love does hurt ! very interesting read :)Happy Lupercalia Doc !

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  13. dark angel of fate
    02 · 11 · 11 @ 3:26 pm

    Yet another insightful blog Susan, the history channel should really think about hiring you to do some history specials hope you have a great Valentine’s Day/Lupercalia.

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  14. eponymousliest
    02 · 10 · 11 @ 9:40 pm

    Red and white on the 14th from the blood and milk of Lupe? Color me: hot for history!

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  15. michael g.b.
    02 · 9 · 11 @ 10:08 pm

    how’s this one? — “Luper-califragilisticexpialidocious”? :)

    Dr. Susan is no Mary Poppins . . . but maybe She might carry a parasol just for effect. :)

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  16. Haley
    02 · 9 · 11 @ 5:12 pm

    Screw V-Day; it’s all about Super-Duper-Lupercalia! Let the beatings continue until morale improves…

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  17. michael g.b.
    02 · 9 · 11 @ 12:03 pm

    Super Duper Luper-calia! . . . dare us Eros! . . . it’s moe than “just lust”, it’s “a must”! :)

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  18. Bran
    02 · 9 · 11 @ 10:29 am

    i’m fuckin ready to get a fuckin flogger goin!

    i’m also ready for fuckin.

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  19. Frank
    02 · 9 · 11 @ 2:13 am

    Thank you for an informative and as always fun piece to further our education in the world of sex. You should start a university and enroll students, this would prepare people for the realities of sex and human relationships which are currently based on a world of religious and social fears that keep us all dumbed down when it comes to sex and yes a lot of other things.
    Thank you, keep up the good work.

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  20. RubberNecro
    02 · 9 · 11 @ 12:26 am

    me and @Meowberry_D will be there :)

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  21. Michael Phillips
    02 · 9 · 11 @ 12:19 am

    Love your piece…like minds, great minds. Can not wait for Saturday!

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  22. Lord Artimus Foul
    02 · 8 · 11 @ 5:37 pm

    I’m already getting my groove on…

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  23. Jeremy
    02 · 8 · 11 @ 5:04 pm

    I never was a fan of Valentine’s day. And I’m always down for some whipping.

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  24. CeeBee
    02 · 8 · 11 @ 3:58 pm

    Dr. Suzy, you are my Valentine. I love you and all you do. I wish I could be at your Valentine Lupercalia party so you could flog me, but alas that cannot be, so I will enjoy the show from afar, flogging myself for not being there in person. Well at least I feel a part of your larger erotic community and I thank you for giving me that feeling. Happy Valentine Lupercalia!

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  25. Barry Weller
    02 · 8 · 11 @ 3:37 pm

    I’m ready to party. Happy Lupercalia Dr. Block and many more.

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