The Culture category includes proposals in subjects like language, religion, society, groups, and politics.
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For linguists, teachers, and students wanting to discuss the finer points of the Latin language.
For linguists, teachers and students of the Korean language.
For students, teachers, polyglots, and anyone interested the techniques of second-language acquisition.
For linguists, teachers and students of the Lojban language.
For linguists, teachers and students of the Hebrew Language.
For those who are learning Ukrainian language, for those who want to improve their knowledge of Ukrainian language and for professionals (linguists, etymologists, etc) and enthusiasts that want to discuss Ukrainian language-related questions
For individuals who are interested in matters of etiquette within their proper contexts, including but not limited to: religious, cultural, dining, and the reasons therefore. The scope is not limited to Western etiquette.
For enthusiasts, developers, students, teachers, polyglots, and anyone else wanting to discuss constructed languages (Esperanto, Volapük, Dovahzul, Vulcan, etc.)
For all Countries' facts relating to It's new/old maps, description related to flags, national-things, geography, culture, people, tribes, mountains, rivers, landscapes, geopolitics, inhabitants, and the phenomena of Earth, etc
For experts and learners of one of the Slavic languages like Polish, Czech, Slovak, Croatian, Sorbian etc. A big forum might be a better idea than creating an individual one for each language. Would also cover culture, society, habits.
For students, teachers, and linguists wanting to discuss the finer points of the modern and ancient Greek.
For people interested in Vegan/Vegetarian related topics such as: diets, products, environmental effects, societal effects and more
For paranormal believers - Psionics:Psychokinesis/Telekinesis; ESP:Telepathy/Astral/Lucid/RV/NDE/OBE; Energy:Meditation/Consciousness; Magic:Occult/Healing/Reiki/Crystals/Runes/Rituals/Exorcism); ET:Aliens/UFO; Metaphysical entities: Spirits; ...
For students, teachers and linguists wanting to discuss the finer points of the Dutch language.
For those who eschew the notion of a supernatural origin and instead base their views of the world on the evidence provided through science and observation. Religion is considered anathema to the ideals of atheists.