Dr. Susan Block

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12 Comments

  1. Prof. Linda
    07 · 25 · 17 @ 12:37 pm

    I really enjoyed the interview and your show!

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  2. Daniele Watts
    07 · 19 · 17 @ 11:41 am

    Wow!!!! I really needed to watch this right now. You are such an inspiration Dr. Suzy!!!

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  3. Del Rey
    07 · 11 · 17 @ 9:57 pm

    Fantastic dialogue, great photos, and a celebration of erotic liberation to be remembered. #GoBonobos for sexual freedom, femocractic communion and Dr. Suzy! Happy 4th Bonobos.

    Del Rey

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  4. Arcangel
    07 · 7 · 17 @ 2:38 pm

    Beauties!!

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  5. Michael Panpaniscus
    07 · 5 · 17 @ 2:40 pm

    Hey, congratulations on another great show!

    Like Harry was saying above, all of the information about the polyamorous lifestyle of Wonder Woman’s creator was completely new to me, and I was practically raised on comic books and Saturday morning cartoons. Now I’ll never look at the character without thinking about whether the “Golden Lasso” had additional implications inside that household.

    And two weeks in a row with a MotorBunny ride! I’m beginning to think that should be a regular segment. :)

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  6. Harry Sapien
    07 · 5 · 17 @ 6:34 am

    It was great watching the real life “Wonder Women” of sex, peace, and the Bonobo Way talk about the Wonder Woman on the silver screen. Prior to this show, I had no idea that comic book creator, William Moulton Marston, lived polyamorously with his wife and girlfriend and that there relationship was reflected in the strong depiction of Wonder Woman. Again, I learned something new and wonderful from this show. They also celebrated the 4th of July (a little early) Bonobo Style with a helluva motor bunny ride and performance by birthday boy Ikkor. This show is more than a show, it is a family that we get to be a part of every Saturday.

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  7. Gypsybonobo
    07 · 4 · 17 @ 4:36 pm

    This stage was so full of women power Wonder Women would of been proud! From our sexy and sultry red headed guest The Goddess of LA who was full of love and laughter, to the beautiful and articulate professor Linda who gave such good insight, history and background of Wonder Women. So many facts about her and the author I never knew! And our Queen Dr. Suzy draped in red, white, and blue – I’ve never seen America look so good! God bless mistresses, goddesses, motorbunny’s and The Dr.Susan Block Show!! Happy Independence-from-Trump Day!!

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  8. Jules
    07 · 4 · 17 @ 4:12 pm

    Happy 4th! Great celebration of sexy freedom so well & patriotically portrayed in the pics!!

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  9. Gerry Laytin
    07 · 4 · 17 @ 1:02 pm

    Great, sweet beautiful Dr. Susan! I LOVE your spirit and your sexy ways! ❤️all the best for remembering what we truly stand for here in America

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  10. Clemmy
    07 · 4 · 17 @ 10:21 am

    …And John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died on the 4th of July, the 50th anniversary of the declaration.
    I learned that watching a TV show starring Paul Giamatti and written by David McCullough.
    Anyway, enough trivia.
    Great show! I rate it 50 stars!
    I suggest to get the full effect of a show, come along and be a part of, and learn something new from, Dr. Susan’s show!
    There ain’t no substitute for real life!

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  11. Jacquie Blu
    07 · 4 · 17 @ 3:57 am

    Such a great way to celebrate a Fabulous Fourth. I loved the combination of sparklers and sprinklers!

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  12. Johnny
    07 · 3 · 17 @ 10:40 pm

    I never knew that the actual date of our Independence Day was July 2nd. Very cool!

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