Wonderful Weirdos Day
Length: 120:25 minutes Date: 09/08/2012
Is “weird” the new sexy? This show explores the meaning of a brand new holiday whose time has come: “Wonderful Weirdos Day.” It started in Austin, the brightest blue spot in big red Texas, a town that honors diversity, art, originality, openness, freakiness and just plain wonderful weirdness in a state known for its rather punitive enforcement of Deep Southern-style uniformity.
I start with an ode to the glories of weirdness by the wonderfully weird genius Frank Moore. Frank, in addition to being an award-winning artist, poet, rock star, filmmaker, happily married man, as well as my Presidential running mate in our 2008 campaign and the producer of The Dr. Susan Block Show on Berkeley public access TV, happens to be quadriplegic (relating to his cerebral palsy) and, well, a little weird. The poem, Mutation is Evolution, is about how weirdness—whether physical “disabilities,” psychological uniqueness or sexual “deviance”—is a form of mutation which, as every elementary science student knows, drives the vehicle of evolution. Therefore, society represses and tries to eradicate weirdness at its own risk. Without the mutating power of the weird, we’d all still be single-celled organisms living in perfect, life-stultifying uniformity.
This is one reason I wrote my Open Letter to Yale President Richard C. Levin (now garnering dozens of comments, pro and con, from Yalies and anti-Yalies), taking him to task for scapegoating, censoring and essentially castrating Sex Week at Yale. In Levin’s uncouth determination to repress “weirdness,” the expression of erotic uniqueness and sexual diversity, he is essentially rolling back human evolution to a state of “single-celled” sexual ignorance, bigotry and brutality—at least, at our beloved alma mater, Yale.
Back to the show which, in keeping with the theme, gets pretty weird. A couple guests flake for unreasonable reasons, and the guests that are here “explore their weirdness” in some mildly weird ways. Plans give way, but then, the best laid plans may not get you laid the way that you planned. So we make the best of it, enjoying some wonderfully weird moments, not least of which is my own orgasmic cowgirl Sybian ride.
Everyone feels a little weird and “out of step” sometimes, but a few of us do more than most, sometimes tragically “going off the deep end” of weirdness into mass murder and horrific destruction. That’s another reason it’s so important to allow for the positive expression of weirdness—sexual or otherwise—in ourselves and our neighbors.
Vive la difference!
Ashley Stone: A virgin to the The Dr. Susan Block Show, this lovely, lithe, brand new Ideal Image Management starlet says she feels “weird” about being so aroused by pain, craving spankings, nipple pinching and rough sex from “big” men to the point of “almost being beaten up,” though—and this is a critical aspect of sexual mental health—not to the point of harming herself or even tolerating any activity she doesn’t enjoy. For instance, she won’t ride the Sybian (feels it’s too rough!), but does seem to enjoy the lighter vibration of the Screaming O Glowing FingO I give her. And she revels in erotic exhibitionism, showing off her hot, nude, all-natural body—including unusually succulent large labia—to my appreciative audience and graciously donating her black lace boy shorts to the Panty Boy Collection. But weirdness is in the air, especially when Ashley realizes that she used to be high school buddies with Tori, our Institute manager! What a weird coincidence (though its happened more than a few times here in BonoboVille)!
Kitty Twinkle Toes: Back after a few weeks’ hiatus, our favorite fetish ballerina is in a bit of a weird mood, a flare-up of her old injury from dancing with the Joffrey Ballet preventing her from being her usual erotically athletic self. She does squirt on the Sybian, however, and reveals one of her weird fetishes: kicking men in the balls. She also reveals her porn name, “Kinky Gaga,” due to her striking resemblance to the First Lady of Weird.
Lil Uno: On his third visit to what he fondly refers to as “OrgyLand” (first was Eros Day XIII: A Squirting Rap-Happy Sex Marathon and second was with his Uncle Too Short) our friend Lil Uno of The Pack is acting a lil weird. At first, he won’t go on camera or talk on the microphone. Then he says hi and disappears. In the middle of my Sybian ride, he calls in to talk—from another room in the studio—then finally joins us in the Womb Room to let us know that a) he’s stopped wearing belts, b) he loves pretty pedicured feet (but never kisses or licks them) and c) he does not go down (at least not so far). But he breaks out of weirdness when he sees the Sybian in action and proclaims he’s got to have one. I presume this would not be for himself, but for all the horny women in his life that he doesn’t go down on.
Kenzie Karter: This sweet, buxom, all-natural, former nurse and webcam cutie joins us via Skype (live from Nashville, Tennessee which, she claims, is getting weird in a Vegas-y way) right after a camming session, and is still wearing her outfit—a sensuous turquoise ensemble that shows off her ample bosom and round bottom. She pussy-pops, chats and plays with us off and on through most of the show, though we do have some audio weirdness (sorry, Kenzie fans!). What’s weird about Kenzie? She can recite the alphabet backwards: Dyslexia has its benefits!
Chris: As Kitty’s boyfriend and manager, Chris usually sits in the audience, but this show’s a little weird, so he gets on mike to share some weird truths about himself. For instance, he shaves his entire body regularly (minus his head). He then graces our foot-loving fans with some hot, foot rubbing and toe sucking action (Kitty’s balletically high-arched foot and pretty pedicured toes).
Weapons of Mass Discussion: Wonderful Weirdos Day, The Importance of Being Weird, Diversity, Difference, Freakiness, Openness, Frank Moore, “Mutation Is Evolution”, Too Short, Nashville Is Getting to Be Like Vegas, Many Of Our Clients Are Republicans, Vote For Obama, Open Letter to Yale President Richard C. Levin Regarding Sex Week at Yale, Sex Parties, Domination, Shoot The Gun Between Your Legs Instead Of A Real One, The Bonobo Way