Dr. Susan Block

In the Chatroom


  1. Suzz Rocks
    03 · 10 · 17 @ 1:14 pm

    Love your vibes, Dr Suzy!


  2. Clemmy
    03 · 7 · 17 @ 4:38 pm

    One of the most ‘artful’ depictions of death in art (murder, I should say) is Artmesia Gentileschi’s ‘Judith Beheading Holofernes’…goes under a few different titles, though.
    It’s not like history is choc-full of great women painters, especially from the 1600s, so it isn’t surprising that Artemesia is not even that well known now.
    The painting (here’s the link http://bit.ly/2myVLOV) depicts a biblical scene in which Judith, with the help of her maid, makes short work of Holofernes by cutting his head off.
    The story goes that Holofernes, who quite fancied Judith, had plans to destroy Judith’s hometown, so as a preventative measure she made her way to his tent, where she found him drunk, and cut his head off.
    The look on her face says it all.
    I can imagine her saying to her maid: ‘I am so fucking sick of these arseholes riding into town, getting rat-arsed drunk and smashing the place up. So I’m going to cut this hairy bastard’s head off!’
    She knows what has to be done and you can see by her expression that she’s going about it with some seriousness.
    He’s writhing, but she’s steadfast.
    Her mouth is relaxed, her brows slightly furrowed, as if the vertebrae are giving her a bit of difficulty.
    She’s probably been killing goats since she was knee high to a grasshopper, so she’ll get the job done.

    Anyway, great show on Saturday night, loved Amor’s appearance at the end.
    And your guest, Howard, playing the piano before the show was wonderful, and Gabe playing the cigar box guitar in the reception room…great sounds from both of them.
    Gypsy, as always was gorgeous.
    Thanks for another great show, Dr Susan, you’re the host with the MOST!
    Looking forward to next week’s action…..


  3. Del Rey
    03 · 7 · 17 @ 3:06 pm

    Dr. Block, this was an artfully profound show with a great dialogue about sex, death and erotic art. I Love the exhibitionism, and fine artisans that you welcome into the The Dr. Susan Block Institute for the Erotic Arts & Science. A well-done show and something that I have enjoyed watching since the public access days. #GoBonobos.


  4. Shannon St. James
    03 · 7 · 17 @ 1:26 am

    You’re truly the best Dr. Suzy.You are amazing! It was so much fun Saturday night I seriously haven’t had an experience that fun and different in SUCH a long time. So nice being surrounded by open minded and creative people. Once again thank you so much for having me you are so beautiful and so is your space and home and set. Can’t wait to see more of you!


  5. Johnny
    03 · 6 · 17 @ 11:39 pm

    What a great show! Sara & Howard were terrific! Loveeeee their artwork!


  6. Jennifer Holland
    03 · 6 · 17 @ 4:30 pm

    Love your show. Would love to be a guest next time I am in LA. Awesome. xoxo


    • Max
      03 · 7 · 17 @ 10:54 pm

      Let us know when you’ll be here.


  7. Gypsybonobo
    03 · 6 · 17 @ 3:41 pm

    Being that I was raised around in the tattoo industry and a published tattoo model I was happy to see a show dedicated to showing and show casing the different sides of that world of art. From skin canvas to stretched ones it was a show of beauty as my Queen whipped around her glass dildo sharing diamonds of knowledge. Rock on Bonobos!!


  8. Harry Sapien
    03 · 6 · 17 @ 10:50 am

    I’ve always felt that art is a form of magic and that was definitely on display during the show. This show was definitely one of a kind… The art was simply amazing and thought provoking. Some of the pieces were super awesome and some were in that “I don’t know if I love it or hate it” category that makes art contemplatively fun. In addition to great artwork there were some very interesting discussions and stories, from OMG tattoo works to unbelievable sex stories. Loved the show and I hope both artists come back soon


  9. Bonobo Abe
    03 · 6 · 17 @ 9:26 am

    What a great show at #Bonoboville this week. From the tattooed queens Sara Lurie, Amor Hilton and Gypsy Bonobo to the ‘old-fashioned’ honky tonk tunes being played by Howard Teman, from the Erotic Gallery of Bonoboville — it was a nice to see old ideas interpreted in new ways. The Dr. Susan Block Show felt like it walked into a Juxtapoz Magazine. “What a wonderful world…” we live in.


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