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Part 1: Introduction

  • Are you a man? Do you have any men in your life that you care about?
  • Do you have any interest in talking about men’s issues?
  • Are you tired of society pleading ignorance to the injustices that you face?
  • Do you think that society can do better in the future?

    Then Humanity is the place for you. Create your own account, give your opinions in the comments section, and share content. Men need a platform to speak about men’s issues and receive support. Humanity seeks to be the voice, guidance, and aid for men. Join our community and remind society that men are Human.

What Is Humanity?
Humanity (often stylized as HuMANity) is a website for men’s issues, founded by X-man. The discussion related to gender equality has been largely one sided and gynocentric. The male side of the equation has been largely ignored. This website is dedicated to raising awareness to the other side of the equation. Helping men find a suitable placement in the push for gender equality

Part 2: Rules
This website is open to discussions and hearing new points of view related to men’s issues. However, society has rules-and Humanity is no different. If you want to publish articles on the site and post comments on the site, please follow the rules. What’s also important to note is that article submissions are NOT a paid service. Humanity is not a large corporation or a multi million dollar site. It’s a site that provides free content to readers.

>Rule 1: We don’t believe in the “trust me bro” philosophy on this cite. Meaning that we don’t just take the author’s words for their informal claims. Whenver an article or news about a topic is published, one or more legitimate citations need to be added in the article so that readers have the ability to look up the information from theirselves.
>Rule 2: There are certain philosophies that we DO NOT promote on this site. Any form of white supremacy/white nationalism, alt right philosophies, gynocentricism, hatred of the male or female sex, etc.
>Rule 3: Keep politics to a minimum. This is not a left wing or right wing site. If a topic is political-centric but has relation to men’s issues, please submit that topic to the affiliated site Center Of The Universe (a political website). If the topic is men’s issues centric, but happens to have a section or 2 with politics added into it, that’s acceptable on this site.
>Rule 4: Topics related to media portrayals (such as book, film, & character analysis, criticisms of writers and authors, etc.) should be published on Media Madness (a media centric website).

>Race/Ethnicity: This website is racially inclusive. Meaning that it will be talking about issues related to race/ethnicity-as long as it’s related to male injustice. Issues that black men face will be added to this site. The same goes for Asian men, Native American men, Hispanic/Latino men, and so forth.
>Gender: This website is about men’s issues. However, it isn’t a “male-only” site. Men and women can both join, comment, and submit content.
>Religion: Humanity is open to men’s beliefs-as long as the content doesn’t promote gynocentric ideas within those beliefs. Christianity, Islam, Atheism, etc.
>Other: gay men, poor men, disabled men, etc.

>Masculinity: If a person wants to criticize any traditional gender roles related to masculinity, this is welcome. If people find positive uses with traditional masculinity, this is also allowed. This site does not support the rhetoric of “toxic masculinity” or “patriarchy”. It’s fine for it to be added to content, as long as it isn’t promoted or portrayed in a positive manner.
>Male/Female criticism: This is not a website designated to “woman hating” or claiming that all of men’s problems are the fault of their own gender. But, if you have legitimate criticisms of either gender, feel free to express that criticism.

What People Say

The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.

Walt Disney

It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.

J. K. Rowling

Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.

Dr. Seuss

Let’s build something together.

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