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Chronic masturbation, also known as over-masturbation, excessive masturbation, self-abuse, and jokingly referred to as hysterical onanism and hairy palm syndrome differs quite significantly from normal masturbation, which itself is healthy, encouraged and has been prevalent since the dawn of human history (and even some animals).

Masturbation is part of a normal sex life (emphasis on: part of, it should not be the only thing in your sex life). It can boost your immunity, improve your mood, and used right, it can even help you to last longer in bed .

However, we are beginning to hear that ever-increasing numbers of people are suffering from a chronic compulsion to masturbate. It’s affecting their work, impacting their social life, destroying relationships and leaving them feeling like guilt-ridden, useless lust bags that have reduced themselves to only living for orgasms and neglecting everything else. The solution to this problem is further down the page, but first…

When does masturbation become over-masturbation ?

Since there is no formal diagnosis of what constitutes chronic masturbation, how we define it is important. For many people, they consider themselves as suffering from chronic masturbation simply because they masturbate every day and feel guilty about it. Daily masturbation in and of itself isn’t necessarily bad.

However, we can presume that one is suffering from chronic masturbation when they are experiencing the following:

Hair loss – To go bald two things need to happen. You need to be predisposed to male pattern baldness and you need an excess amount of in your system. There is some correlation that supports DHT causing baldness, but it is not conclusive. That being said, there is plenty of anecdotal evidence to suggest it is true.

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Persistent sexual arousal – This is that “lust ball” feeling I mentioned earlier. You’ve managed to rewire your brain to be in a heightened state of arousal. Rebooting will take care of this.

Persistent sexual arousal

No doubt that this is our main challenge. First of all, we are building a useful product for our target market. Our penetration strategy is to start with the segment of youth- student travel. They travel for long period of time and use the web constantly. We are going to address them using collaborations with travel related service providers both online and off-line.

Using few initial collaborations plus a bit of guerrilla marketing and organic search we managed to get around 100,000 monthly entries only a few weeks after launching our beta site.

It looks like you are using a wiki platform as the driving technology. Why did you make that decision?

As a matter of fact we do not… We aggregate content from various sources like Wikitravel, Eventful, and more. The travel information is based mainly on Wikitravel. As a travel homepage we plan to extend our sources and get content from more global and local sites.

Can you tell me about the relationship with Kayak and Hostelworld ?

We use both to allow our users to book travel services. Hostelworld has more than 15,000 hostels worldwide. Our partnership with Kayak let us use their powerful travel search engine within our site for hotels accommodation, flights and car rental. We get referral fees for bookings and revenue share for ads.

What are the benefits and limitations of being based in Israel?

At this stage being based in Israel is fine. We approach worldwide audiences and not specific markets like the US. Israelis love to travel so we get very important feedback here. The Israeli web ecosystem is very supporting for startups these days.

If a next financing round becomes necessary, would you you approach angels or VCs? Why?

As a matter of fact we are working on our next financing round. We had only a pre seed investment made by a group of private investors. We intend to approach both angels and relevant Vcs, since we believe that what we should take now is a seed round of up to 1$M. With this sum we will get initial market penetration.

What’s your vision for TripTouch in 2008? in five years?

We have a plan with specific goals for 2008 in RD, content and business development. Generally our vision is to build an active community of travelers who use TripTouch whenever and wherever they travel. In five years we hope to be a world leader for the travel online content/ community services.

Thank you for taking the time and good luck with the beta.

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Eze is managing partner of Remagine Ventures, a seed fund investing in ambitious founders at the intersection of tech, media, data and commerce. We are backed by some of the world's leading media companies. I'm a former general partner at google ventures, head of Google for Entrepreneurs in Europe and founding head of Campus London, Google's first physical hub for startups. I'm also the founder of Techbikers, a non-profit bringing together the startup ecosystem on cycling challenges in support of Room to Read. Since inception in 2012 we've built 8 schools and 31 libraries in the developing world.
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Eze is managing partner of Remagine Ventures, a seed fund investing in ambitious founders at the intersection of tech, media, data and commerce. We are backed by some of the world's leading media companies. I'm a former general partner at google ventures, head of Google for Entrepreneurs in Europe and founding head of Campus London, Google's first physical hub for startups. I'm also the founder of Techbikers, a non-profit bringing together the startup ecosystem on cycling challenges in support of Room to Read. Since inception in 2012 we've built 8 schools and 31 libraries in the developing world.

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Theatre Arts Program


by Edmond Rostand

Newly Adapted by Michael Hollinger and Aaron Posner

A Script Reading Project

To be directed by Cary Mazer

Featuring members of the Penn Theatre Arts community and Philadelphia professional Greg Wood

Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

3680 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104

7pm March 18 , 2011

Hollinger’s new translation aims to be spare and actor-friendly; immediate and theatrical; and true to the poetic sense of the original, though it does not adhere to Rostand’s strict meter and rhyming couplets. Rather, lyricism becomes a quality that waxes and wanes depending on the dramatic needs of each scene, and is developed through a range of poetic devices, including end rhyme, internal rhyme, alliteration, assonance, consonance, etc.

Photos from this performance, featuring members of the Theatre Arts community and Philadelphia actor Greg Wood:

A Documentary Play

by Elisa Asencio, Nikhil Dingra, Ali-Reza Mirsajadi, and Richard Norman

Directed by Cary Mazer

Bruce Montgomery Theatre

September 15 + 16, 2010

Compiled from verbatim sources—public speeches and documents, newspaper articles, interviews, tv shows, memos, press releases, blogs, and internet postings— Transfixed is a full-length documentary theatre piece about how governments and cultures control gender, sexuality, and sexual orientation by granting or denying visibility. Linking disparate issues and events such as a Mississippi high school student who wanted to go to her prom with her lesbian girlfriend, a transsexual who competed on America’s Next Top Model, sex-change operations in Iran, and the U.S. military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, Transfixed is about the questions that society doesn’t want to ask, and the stories that people aren’t allowed to tell to answer those questions.

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The Musical

By Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann

Directed by Dr. James F. Schlatter

November 16-20, 2010 8pm

Tickets: $10 general admission / $8 Penncard holder, seniors, students with id

Gotta pee? Can’t pay? Too bad! That is the excruciatingly hilarious premise of Urinetown: the Musical , the sensation of the 1999 New York International Fringe Festival and winner of nine Tony Awards in 2001. Penn’s Theatre Arts Program returns the show to its rough and raucous downtown roots in an in-your-face cabaret-style production in the Annenberg Center’s intimate Bruce Montgomery Theater, running November 16-20, at 8:00 p.m.

Dr. James F. Schlatter of the Theatre Arts faculty directs this production, a featured program in the University of Pennsylvania BellaVita Ramp II kF5MZI

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75 million crisis-affected children

Education in Emergencies

When a conflict or natural disaster erupts, education is generally the first service interrupted and the last resumed. Governments are often overwhelmed by the needs and relief aid traditionally focuses on populations’ basic requirements – food, water, shelter and protection – with only 2 percent of humanitarian funding allocated to education. [1]

Meanwhile, children that are taken out of school are more exposed to violence, trafficking, child labour, child marriage and recruitment by armed groups. They are deprived from their basic right to education and the chance to fulfil their true potential. And they will find it difficult to come back to a traditional curriculum when schools reopen. Their situation triggers despair and sometimes anger. It pushes some families to risk their lives crossing borders and seas and fuels tensions in host communities.

The truth of the matter is that education is an imperative for crisis-hit families as they are struggling to keep their children safe and rebuild their lives, and is paramount to peace and development.


A Neglected Priority

© UNICEF/ 2015/ Sanadiki

The Facts

© UNICEF/ 2015/ Froutan

The Case for Education

The impact of education on resilience, peace and development has been clearly established. Only education has the power to break the cycles of poverty, violence and injustice, and provide crisis-affected children with the strength, tools and hope they need to build a brighter future for themselves and their community. They will become tomorrow’s leaders, doctors, teachers, architects, artists and engineers. They will enjoy better health for themselves and their families and make stronger contributions to their society.

This is what makes it so crucial – for these children, for their communities and for our entire world – to invest significantly more efforts and resources in education in emergencies and protracted crises.

Through the creation of the Sustainable Development Goals, governments have pledged that all of the world’s girls and boys will complete free, equitable and quality primary education by 2030. One of the core principles of the SDGs is to “leave no one behind and to begin with those farthest behind”. This principle is also reflected in the Core Responsibilities of the United Nations Secretary General’s report ‘One Humanity: Shared Responsibility’. Finding a collaborative, global solution to deliver education to children and youth even in the toughest of circumstances will help us meet these goals.

Learn more: Why Education Cannot Wait ; 2016 Global Education Monitoring Report, UNESCO ; Reports analysis compiled by the International Network for Education in Emergencies (INEE) ; SDG 4

The Challenges

So what currently prevents us from ensuring continuous access to quality learning to children and youth in times of emergency?

Lack of prioritisation:

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