"Iron sharpens iron." A place for men to impact each other by debate and exchange of ideas. This is a group where no ideas are off limits. If your motto is, "I never talk about politics or religion," this group is probably not for you. A "gym" for thinkers.See More
This group is open to all religious and non-religious people. Whether you be Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Hare Krishna, Panthiest, Atheist or other. I hope this group promotes mutual respect and tolerance by cultivating knowledge and banishing ignoranc
As a Soldier in the US Army, I have A LOT of pockets that I typically use, so I'll keep it down to the everyday kit:
Lower left (ankle area) pocket: miniature Orthodox Bible (New Testament and Psalms).
Lower Right: "Western…"
"Harrogate has a super one although it is many years since I was there, there was one in London called Ironmongers Row and also the Porchester spa also in London but I'm not sure about men only days etc but I assume they have websites. "
"I don't know anything about hammams in London, but this webpage, Victorian Turkish Baths, might give you some good suggestions. The website is a labor of love and contains some great information on hammams in England and their history."
Hello all,I was wondering if any of you gentlemen knew of any good hammams in the UK. I had the opportunity to visit Istanbul back in 2012, but missed out on the hammam experience (if you haven't been, Istanbul is great!) Though I intend on going back, with that as a priority, I am trying to get used to the experience in a country where most men speak my language.See More
“My two fingers on a typewriter have never connected with my brain. My hand on a pen does. A fountain pen, of course. Ball-point pens are only good for filling out forms on a plane.”-Graham GreeneThis group is for those who love fountain pens.See More
"I am not sure they exist, but if they do: are they right? These definitions say they aren't.
If people think it's honorable to lie, cheat, and steal, this doesn't redefine "honorable," but only shows their lack of it."
"Kind of a case-in-point on the "opinions can be wrong" statement above. Something like childbirth that is distinctly womanly cannot be manly, whether you consider it "strong and courageous" or not. This is the same kind of…"
"I think women are very courageous and strong because they bear children. Which can lead them to die, still does, and did for many years in our early history.
Is child birth manly? If one connects courage and strength then, Yes it is.…"