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Kais Latiri likens himself to a Galileo of immersive sex. "People are afraid of novelty, of innovation, of something new they're not used to," he said. "Take for example Galileo who said the Earth [went around the sun].* He was imprisoned for that."

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By now, you have probably heard that France was left shattered last night by a set of violent attacks in the nation's capital city. News spread quickly around the globe, with a huge outpouring of support and solidarity displayed across virtually every form of social media. To a great extent, uniting us as a population against the horrors of terrorism.

Just ten months ago, #JeSuisCharlie became a worldwide social movement following the massacre of twelve people at the offices of the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo, not only speaking to a larger issue of freedom of speech and freedom of the press, but also consolidating our shared sense of fear and, of hope.

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