Dear all, what would you call a small bag (of size 22cm x 17cm x 10cm), made of leather, with interior and exterior pockets, with a detachable and adjustable shoulder strap, big enough to fit a small book and keep necessities organized and secure, but still not too big to eventually become very heavy? I am talking about something like this or this or even this one. Although the answer at first thought seems obvious, a new trend suggests the name Man Purse. Surprisingly (at least for me), wiktionary has an entry for manpurse. I should say that I already own one of these bags or "man purses"; however, when I referred to that as "purse" an AmE speaker corrected me by saying "hey, you can´t call this a purse since a purse is something that only women carry". Having read the discussions about the word "purse" in this forum, I get the impression that it is understood and used differently in AmE and BE. So, the question is (a) whether or not the term Man Purse is already in use and accepted and (b) if this is not case then what name is used in both AmE and BE for the article I described? Thanks in advance.