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Ohio Mason Web Ring (4 Sites, 42 Hits) 04/07/1999
| ||Masonic Lodges and appendent bodies in the State of Ohio|
Real Men (5 Sites, 44 Hits) 05/30/1999
| ||Real Men Webring is for Real Men! Got A site? Hip Hop? Business? Diversity? Black Issues? Humanitarian? or Personal?, Join Today! But please before you join make sure you already represent.
The Foreskin Restoration Ring (5 Sites, 1499 Hits) 09/07/1998
Offering education, resources, self help, testimonials, products, and services for those interested in learning about and or pursuing foreskin restoration.
Circumcision is not for everyone.
Check out this ring and find out why.
Knights of the Ring (13 Sites, 39 Hits) 12/31/1996
| ||Many modern people think of chivalry as referring to a man’s gallant treatment of women, and although that sense is derived from the medieval chivalric ideal, chivalry includes more than that. Broadly speaking, chivalry, derived from the old French term for a soldier mounted on horseback, was a knight’s code of conduct. There was no single set of chivalric rules, but the existence of popular medieval chivalric handbooks (two of the most famous are by Geffroi de Charny and Ramon Llull) testifies that chivalry was a well-known concept. Knights formed a distinct segment of medieval society, which was often thought of as being composed of three classes: those who pray (the clergy), those who fight (the nobility), and those who work (the peasants). Most knights belonged to the nobility, if only because a knight’s equipment—horses, weapons, armor—required considerable resources to fund. Violence, often bloody and horrific violence, was at the heart of what knights did. As highly skilled and well-armed fighting men, knights could be a force either for creating social chaos or for maintaining public order. The ideals of chivalry were an attempt to channel the knight’s potential for unrestrained mayhem into socially acceptable channels.|
Global Fraternity Masonic Webring (13 Sites, 625 Hits) 07/04/2004
| ||This webring is for persons seeking a site which will enable freemasons and interest associated bodies to seek out information on freemasonry throughout the world. It should not be used as a forum to debate the pros and cons of freemasonry
e-m@son WebRing (63 Sites, 1265 Hits) 12/31/1996
The e-m@son WebRing is a collection of Masonic sites for the Freemason, e-m@son & non-mason. We are proud to have as member sites representation from Grand Lodges, Subordinate Lodges, Affiliate and Coordinate bodies, and the individual sites of the men and women of Masonry. Here you will find "Applied Masonry" and the "front door" to a warm, charitable, and friendly group of people from all corners of the world.
Trowel and Morter Webring (9 Sites, 57 Hits) 11/02/1998
| ||Dedicated to cementing of the worldwide Masonic community regardless of religion, color, or affiliation. We intend to create a collection of Masonic sites where the Freemason & non-mason can learn and share. We will proudly accept as members sites from Grand Lodges, Subordinate Lodges, Affiliate and Coordinate bodies, and the individual sites of the men and women of Masonry. Here you will find "Applied Masonry" presented by a warm, charitable, and friendly group of people from all corners of the world.|
Phenomenal Men On The Web (8 Sites, 128 Hits) 01/23/1999
| ||The Phenomenal Men on the Web Ring is a selection of outstanding websites done by and for men. Our goal is to "link" as many quality websites as possible to build an enthusiastic website community.
Longhaired Men (7 Sites, 154 Hits) 10/17/1998
| ||Find in this WebRing sites featuring men with what our culture considers long hair, or who had what their culture considered long hair (this changes from generation to generation), as well as sites pertaining to this phenomenon. You may also find pages maintained by longhaired guys who just happen to have a picture or pictures of themselves on their sites. Pictured on this page: George Harrison. On the NavBar: detail from a black and white photo of Neil Young singing at a Neil Young concert November 9, 1976, in Austin, Texas. © 1976 Mark Estabrook.
The Freaky Guyz Webring (3 Sites, 2 Hits) 08/03/1999
| ||Created for all those Freaky Guyz. Pagan, Gothic, Vampyre, Heavy Metal, and Alternative sites most welcome. Now part of the Elfspy Magickal Creations webring system.
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