The social organization of Bonobos is totally different from that of their cousins 
Chimpanzees, Gorillas and Orang-Outangs

Their organization is equalitarian or even matriarchal.
Females play a dominant role in all matters.

Females are dominant :

They play a central role in the social life of the group.

Maternal love and even physical contact with the mother are crucial for psychological well-being of the bonobo.

The power of Males in a group is determine by the position of their mothers. In this sense, they depend on their mothers, not only during the first 4 or 5 years of childhood, but all their lives.

At puberty, females leave their family and emigrate to a new group.

source F.de Waal

Contrary to other mammals who only mate when females are fecund, bonobo females are receptive to males at any time.

Females do not dominate by physical might ; they manage tensions and agressivity with in the group thought intense sexual activities.

tshikapa - photo Karl Amman

The Bonobo is also known as

and rightly so as it has never been seen killing one of its own.

The motto of the Bonobos could be 
"Peace and Love !"
or
" Make Love, not War !"

No need to fight over food, a place in the sun or a mate, bonobos handle all conflicts thought sexual contacts  regardless of their age or sex.
Takayoshi Kano, professor at Kyoto University.
(quoted in  "Bonheur d'être singe" Frans de Waal) :

"...dans le domaine de l'attachement, de l'affection, du refus des conflits, les bonobos sont très intelligents.... Si les bonobos sont pacifiques, c'est parce qu'ils peuvent reconnaître la valeur des relations sociales..." .

In the wild, bonobos live in large groups and roam the forest together in search for food.

They are very sociable. l

They build nests in the trees where they nap and spend the nights. They bend small trees to create platforms of their joined branches.

Females are usually the first ones to settle their nest high in the trees.

peace & love