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Touch Practice

Touch Practice is an intentional, mindful, 60-90 minute exchange of non-sexual touch between men. The practice is based on hugging, holding, and being held, and it is accessible to men of any sexual orientation, relational status or religioius belief. http://touchpractice.com/

Members: 53
Latest Activity: on Saturday

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Regular Joe replied to Regular Joe's discussion "Heritage Not Hate" - Who's Trolling Who? in the group The Great Debate
"On a somewhat-related note, what's the deal with the US allowing a state flag to have the symbol of its (the USA's) former oppressor?  (I know why the Union Jack is on the flag of Hawaii; I just don't understand why Hawaii was…"
4 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Joe W's discussion Fitness for Christian Men in the group Christian Men
""Having working in the mental health field for example, I know Christians often take a different stance on certain matters than those approaching comments from a secular mindset. For example, if you were to post about feeling God leading you in…"
4 minutes ago
Mongoose replied to Sir's discussion Things that can't convince in the group The Great Debate
"I'm projecting?!? ...I'm so embarrassed!"
7 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Sir's discussion Things that can't convince in the group The Great Debate
"It was a joke referring to how some types of Christians don't consider Mormons to be Christians. (I personally don't think Mormons are any more or any less Christian than any other Christian denomination.) "
10 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Sir's discussion Things that can't convince in the group The Great Debate
"First I'm projecting, then you're projecting. Everyone's projecting!  "
13 minutes ago
Regular Joe replied to Sir's discussion Is it manly to own a cat?
"Hyena's aren't canines. (Or felines.) They're their own thing. (Closest thing would be the badger family, but they're nonetheless distinct from badgers.)  "
17 minutes ago
Derek replied to Sir's discussion Is it manly to own a cat?
"This thought makes it even more manly."
17 minutes ago
ClubmanPinaud replied to Sir's discussion Is it manly to own a cat?
"Someone's also gotta take it off (when he's hungry) and put it on again to feed or drink at least a couple times a day. Canines are canines, if he can effectively dominate and become pack leader/alpha in the hyena's head it should…"
21 minutes ago

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