The club is only open during our 4 monthly parties - check here on the Website or call 215-618-1519 -- any time, 24/7 -- for party dates and times.
|July 2015 Jacks schedule|
Wednesday, July 1
Tuesday, July 7
Wednesday, July 15
Sunday afternoon, July 19
! EXTRA ! Jacks Lunchtime party!
|Doors are open for the first hour of each party so please try to arrive during that time - the action starts up as soon as the doors open so get here early if you can. Parties usually last two to three-and-a-half hours but you're free to leave any time.|
Our August 2015 party schedule and a calendar for the next few months are also available
> Scientific American Blog Article: One reason why humans are special and unique: We masturbate. A lot. "Dreams with erotic undertones are like most other dreams during REM sleep — runaway trains with a conductor who is helpless to do anything about the surrealistic directions they take. Rather, if you really want to know about a person’s hidden sexual desires, then find out what’s on his or her mind’s eye during the deepest throes of masturbation." read more here.
> Celebrity Headline: “Dustin Hoffman says masturbation keeps him fit. The 71-year-old actor insists that along with a regular exercise regime, pleasuring himself is a good way to stay in shape.” 6/5/09
> “We have reason to believe that man first walked upright to free his hands for masturbation.” --- Lily Tomlin
> “Sexual orgies eliminate social tensions and ought to be encouraged” --- US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
> Masturbation could bring hay fever relief for men
Spring is here and with it come the woes of hay fever. Never fear, however, as there may be a quick and pleasurable treatment to clear those bunged noses, for guys at least – a well-timed ejaculation. That's what Sina Zarrintan, a neurologist from the Tabriz Medical University in Iran proposes, anyway. The logic behind the proposal is based on the fact that the nose and the genitals are both connected to the same part of the nervous system that controls certain reflexes – the sympathetic nervous system. A blocked nose is caused by swollen and inflamed nasal blood vessels, irritated by an infection or pollen in the air. But during ejaculation, the sympathetic nervous system constricts blood vessels across the body. That should soothe the swollen nasal blood vessels, freeing the airway for normal breathing, according to Zarrintan.
He hasn't yet performed clinical trials to test the hypothesis, but if it works, it could have many benefits over decongestant drugs, Zarrintan says, which have been known to contribute to hypertension. "Furthermore, if used for more than two or three days, they can actually make congestion worse," he adds.
He suggests masturbating or having sex whenever the symptoms are bad enough to warrant another ejaculation. "It can be done [from] time-to-time to alleviate the congestion and the patient can adjust the number of intercourses or masturbations depending on the severity of the symptoms," he says
> The Masturbation diet
According to the Mainichi Daily News, a Japanese scientist has developed what he calls "The Masturbation Diet"— a diet that is exactly what it sounds like. "Five minutes of vigorous masturbation can consume 300 calories, which is the equivalent of sprinting 300 meters," says Dr. Shukan Tokuho, adding that the experience can be so refreshing that it can replace a light meal, thereby saving even more calories. For even more benefit, Dr. Tokuho recommends sitting in a chair with your heels raised about 10 centimeters off the floor in order to put tension on the stomach muscles. He claims that this style of masturbation done twice a day for a month can trim about eight centimeters off a man's waist. The good doctor summed up his revolutionary diet with the phrase "shake for breakfast, shake for lunch and a sensible dinner."
> Study: Masturbating Lowers Prostate Cancer Risk
LONDON 7/14/03 - Frequent masturbation, particularly in the 20s, helps prevent prostate cancer later in life, according to new research. Australian scientists have shown that the more men masturbate between the ages of 20 and 50, the less likely they are to develop the disease that kills more than half a million men each year. They suspect that frequent ejaculation has a protective effect against the cancer because it prevents dangerous carcinogens from building up in the gland. “The more you flush the ducts out, the less there is to hang around and damage the cells that line them,” Graham Giles, of the Cancer Council Victoria in Melbourne, told New Scientist magazine on Wednesday.
In a survey of 1,079 prostate cancer patients and 1,259 healthy men, Giles and his team discovered that men who ejaculated more than five times a week in their 20s were a third less likely to develop an aggressive form of the disease. The findings contradict previous studies which suggested that having a variety of partners or frequent sexual activity could increase the risk of prostate cancer by 40 percent. But Giles said the earlier research concentrated on intercourse, whereas his study focused on masturbation.
Read the New Scientist article here.