Dr. Susan Block

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  1. Harry
    02 · 8 · 24 @ 8:48 am

    I love that I learn something new every time I listen to the show. Before Dr. Suzy, I had no idea what Lupercalia was or the history of Valentines Day.


  2. Missy Wilde
    02 · 7 · 24 @ 2:04 am

    Haha, yes! Love sure CAN hurt – especially when your Valentine is a no-show or eats all the candy and falls asleep! I’d much rather donate to save the bonobos – or donate my buns to one of your Lupercalian flogging fests!


  3. Martie D. Klien
    02 · 7 · 24 @ 1:58 am

    Great telling of the Lupercalia story and all the tales and Roman foundation myths that go along with it. Love the wolf (luper) that’s also a sex worker (lupa) – talk about wild! Brilliant comparison of the Lupercalian Romulus killing Remus (and not naming Rome “Reme” – lol) with the Islamo-Judeo-Christian Cain killing Able – thank you Rabbi Dr. Block.


  4. MarsFX
    02 · 6 · 24 @ 4:47 pm

    Dr. Suzy’s shows at her blog about Lupercalia look like a lot of fun with all those colorful cast members. I saw some familiar faces there. Awesome clips of the Lupercalian re-enactment of some fun filled events!


  5. Lynn Frields
    02 · 6 · 24 @ 4:47 pm

    Ah those Romans took any excuse to have a party. From the two infant founders of Rome suckled by a friendly she-wolf, to the chaste St. Valentine & his legacy chocolate factory, I love Dr Suzy’s descriptive tale of this ancient Lupercalian holiday. +Happy World Bonobo Day!


  6. Gideon Grayson
    02 · 6 · 24 @ 2:13 am

    Great history of Lupercalia!


  7. PersiaRae
    02 · 5 · 24 @ 11:49 pm

    Thank you for teaching us about the amazing history and mythology of Lupercalia and Valentine’s Day. I’ve been watching your videos, and each lesson is wilder than the last, but the message of Lupercalia is still clear to this day.


  8. Maria Von Fiddybritches
    02 · 5 · 24 @ 11:34 pm

    The pleasure is always mine, Dr. Suzy. Thank you for being the most stunning hostess imaginable.


  9. bae
    02 · 5 · 24 @ 9:07 pm

    Thank you for being the voice that keeps me from losing faith that humankind will ever learn to be kind, compassionate, and loving. Valentine’s Day and Lupercalia history, Pan, World Bonobo Day, and Heart-Shaped Boo-tay, are all stories we need to hear and make for a wonderful show. This show is such an entertaining mix of comedy, sexuality, education, and serious discourse that I would not want to miss.


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