Dr. Susan Block

In the Chatroom


  1. Chris Gagliardi
    08 · 26 · 21 @ 8:25 pm

    What an amazing interview and thank you for all that you are doing during these difficult times that we are facing I’m so proud to be part of your peace through pleasure movement always oh, let’s keep on rocking so we realize our fulfilled dream


  2. Michael C
    08 · 26 · 21 @ 8:23 pm

    Brilliant! Absolutely love the interview, the enlightened perspectives. The brilliant hot couple. Your gorgeous face, soothing voice, hypnotic eyes! This bonobo fan is grateful to have you as a thought leader, and beautiful addition to my spank bank. Moreover, never before have I been informed about this factual data validating higher kindness and interdependence as the keys to survival. Highly encouraged at the time such news is most needed.


  3. Deward Emerson
    08 · 21 · 21 @ 2:59 am

    Yes, all those “Peace Studies” and “Peace and Conflict” departments at universities really ought to team up with primatology and anthropology (and YOU) to study how bonobos manage to never kill each other. Wonder why they don’t. Probably because of all the sex.


  4. Dalton Jack
    08 · 21 · 21 @ 2:57 am

    Fantastic discussion. I’ve been hearing your talk about the Bonobo Way for years, but this intense chat with two of the top primatologists, wow. Nice to see Pomeranian Chico also take a starring role. And what a great relevant message: Friendliness wins.


  5. Truck Stop Burrito
    08 · 21 · 21 @ 2:51 am

    Bravissima. So much interesting info, my head is spinning. Thank You for spreading the Bonobo Word so that non-scientists like me can get it. What the world needs now is more Bonobo Way & less Trumpanzee. Love Vanessa and Brian. I know they adopt dogs, but could they adopt me?


  6. Veronica Monet
    08 · 20 · 21 @ 12:28 pm

    Great interview. Let the animals remind the humans what empathy looks like.


  7. Brian
    08 · 20 · 21 @ 2:04 am

    Amazing! Thank you for sharing and doing such a brilliant job #GoBonobos!!! 0xx0BH


  8. Vanessa
    08 · 20 · 21 @ 1:59 am

    I love it – it’s so awesome- you are such talent!!!!


  9. The Devil's Fundament
    08 · 16 · 21 @ 6:22 pm

    Sometimes I wish I was born as a bonobo.


  10. Henry Hernandez
    08 · 14 · 21 @ 4:20 pm

    Very interesting your view of cooperation Darwinism coexistence, My Doctor, you have a way with hedonics


    08 · 14 · 21 @ 8:44 am

    ‘:-]) !! ‘:-])


  12. Gideon Grayson
    08 · 14 · 21 @ 2:06 am

    Great interview. Go Chico!


  13. Liska
    08 · 13 · 21 @ 4:13 pm

    What a great interview. I especially enjoyed learning about how wolves/dogs evolved to be friendly with humans. And how the bonobos live and thrive by being friendly and accepting newcomers and being curious about them. This stems from love and not fear (chimpanzees). “Survival of the fittest” IS “survival of the friendliest” – perhaps one in the same – it is the “fittest” EQ – emotional intelligence.


  14. MarsFX
    08 · 13 · 21 @ 3:50 am

    My take away is that Bonobos were “selected” for friendliness because the females reward the friendly males with sex and offspring. Unfriendly males don’t get much opportunity to sire offspring. This is an excellent example of Law of Attraction allowed to work unencumbered. Dr Suzy and her guests cover some deep and far reaching points about what humans can learn about cooperation and fun from our closest cousins. I enjoyed the candor of the interview. We can all learn a few tips from the Bonobos!


  15. Bae
    08 · 12 · 21 @ 8:13 pm

    This was a wonderful show that broke off a lot of useful information about bonobos, dogs and outercourse

    Thanks for giving a new perspective on what “Survival of the Fittest” means. “Survival of the Friendliest” is much more satisfying.


  16. Adriana
    08 · 12 · 21 @ 2:40 pm

    I love hearing about the Bonobo Way, and this was an excellent interview! I love your passion for talking about bonobos and learning from primatologists! In today’s world, we need to learn that FRIENDLINESS really does improve life quality. Nice folks finish first.


  17. Mario Trenta
    08 · 11 · 21 @ 8:57 pm

    Amazing interview, you all are just so much fun. Love the bonobos and I learned a lot about my dog. Always listening, Mario


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