A Women’s History Month Salute to Suzi Suzuki

Baltimore or Less honors National Women’s History Month by profiling the remarkable Suzi Suzuki, the San Francisco-based singer and retired adult star who was featured in one of the most popular episodes of Atomic TV in the late ’90s. Following is a reprint of Tom Warner’s 2007 Accelerated Decrepitude post about Ms Suzuki.

A REMEMBRANCE OF PORN STARS PAST
A Journey Down Mammary Lane with My Fave Retired Sex Stars
by Tom Warner (Accelerated Decrepitude, October 2, 2007)

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The Internet truly traverses time, its information shifting effortlessly from the present to the past and the future with a few clicks of a mouse. For example, I’ve been reading a lot of Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami‘s work of late, so I Googled him and, inexplicably, came across the name Suzi Suzuki. Yes, that Suzi Suzuki (aka Cherry Blossom), the now retired Japanese pornstar I met years ago at the 1998 East Coast Video Show (ECVS) when Scott “Unpainted” Huffines and I were in Atlantic City to shoot an episode of our defunct public access TV show, Atomic TV.


1 Degree of Separation:
Suzi Suzuki and Kookie Haruki

It’s Cherry Blossom Time

Turns out the Tokyo-born Suzi Suzuki has read every one of Murakami’s books, so she turns up in a Google search (honest, I wasn’t looking up when I ran across her name! Well, not this time…). (A Google search also turns up a German DJ named Suzi Suzuki, which is yet another odd coincidence.) It shouldn’t have surprised me that she was familiar with the quirky writer many call a literary David Lynch, as I remember that Suzi was one of the most intelligent and culturally sophisticated I had ever met (plus both are considered “outsiders,” Suzi for being an adult star and Murakami for being a Westernized pop writer living apart from the Tokyo writers clique). For that reason alone, aside from her “body” (34C-24-36) of work, she is my all-time fave pornstar – and one of the nicest people I’ve ever met, period.

Continue reading “A Remembrance of Porn Stars Past” at Accelerated Decrepitude.

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