"I fall into almost the same situation myself. First by reading the "How To Shave Like Your Grandpa", following the RSS feed for well over a year, and will be returning to school sometime in the next year with the hope of doing this very…"
"well at my college, Richard Stockton College of NJ, there are two clubs M.A.L.E.S. and F.E.M.A.L.E.S, not exactly sure what they do, but they cater for the two groups. i dont think either group excludes the other as members but thats just what it…"
"I applaud your initiative.
Maybe some etiquette topics? You fellas are getting to an age where you'll be interviewing for jobs in the near future, might be good to polish some manners, dress, resumes, etc. Make it fun; stage a dinner at a nice…"
"What are some benefits of being in a group like this?
My list so far:
Learn manly skills like camping, shaving, rope knotting, cooking, etc
Be around other manly men
Anything you would add?"
"Thanks David! I'll probably be calling on you for some advice as far as starting the club and leading it.
Strange thing on my campus is that there are many associations for specifically women AND men, so there probably should not be a problem…"
"Go you your school and find out what you have to do to start a club. I was president of a club when I was in my undergrad courses. Basically you'll probably need a professor / staff member to be the supporting contact for the school. Next you…"
"I'm a college student, but right now I'm working at a coffee shop. At the end of February, I'll be starting with a direct sales company selling CutCo knives, so if you know anyone...
Hopefully I be working with The Princeton Review…"
Hey there fellow manly men!This is my first post of many on these forums. I've decided I want to reach out and ask for help.I would really like to start a club/group on campus that would essentially be a physical arm of artofmanliness.com. I would like to teach some of the skills, concepts, ideas, inspirations, and so on that we value so much here on the site.Let me give you a short story on how this site has literally helped me change my life.I am a student at Louisiana Tech in Ruston,…See More
Will your Grandkids fight over your leather bag when you're dead? Do people stop you to ask where you got your bag? This group is for people who love their bags, want leather maintenance tips or just want to share their personal bag story.See More
I'm Paul, and I live in Germany.Like most of you, I'm here to have fun, and just talk. I've put myself through a lot recently, and have no shame in admitting I'm looking for new directions.I'm keen on trying to extract a bit of wisdom from it all, and look forward to meeting you all here.Please check out my profile if you'd like to know more, and I'm happy to build a group of friends here.Cheers PaulSee More
"I know a surgeon who spent most of his career harvesting organs from the recently deceased (brain dead on machines) for organ transplants. By your thinking I should be checking his internet history and perhaps not letting him spent time with young…"
Taking its name from a book by Harold Bloom, an American scholar and critic, this group concerns itself with the sharing of wisdom and inspiration. The purpose of this group is not debate - simply mutual enrichment.
"I would agree that someone doing the job might get desenitized from what they are doing (even before abirtions there were probably many a surgeon who had a dead foetus in a bottle or some such oddity) but like Denny I fail to see the deviant sexual…"
This is a group for men, and the occasional lady, who live and eat primally. The Primal Blueprint is touted by Mark Sisson at www.marksdailyapple.com. Join if you want to show some love to the groks and gr