Short answer: those deemed “strange” or “weird” by the normies.
In the context of mainstream society, humies are “different,” detached, isolated, and/or lonely humanoid-earthlings who strive to retain and foster their alienated interests by resisting conventional types of food, art, and music. They are counter-cultural and quite possibly otherworldly beings.
The nickname “humies” is typically utilized from the interrelated perspectives of 3 online personas:
1. From entertainers who use “humies” to rally or validate their followers (hip hop artists, educators, streamers).
2. From gamers who use “humies” to identify humanlike characters in fantasy/SciFi games (Warhammer, World of Warcraft, Apex Legends, Destiny 2, Dungeons & Dragons, Final Fantasy, God of War, Black Desert Online, The Sims 4, Guild Wars 2, Dragon Age Inquisition, Dark Souls 3, Fallout 4, Grand Theft Auto Online, The Elder Scrolls Online, Dragon’s Dogma Online, etc.).
3. From pet-personification profiles (dogs, cats, etc.) or “furry” cosplay profiles that use “humies” to identify opposite profile types.
Promoting and contributing content within the humies online community enables the exchange of unsponsored information that can be utilized to pursue those lifestyles that are not advocated for or promoted by institutional and private byproducts of the government-industrial-technology construct. Contributions can be made directly via twitter or gmail, or indirectly by signaling our attention with the hashtag #humies from any platform that can be indexed on Google.
In return, our service to the community is to curate contributions and produce content that can benefit the wellness of humies everywhere. We intend to honor contributors whenever possible; it only helps to strengthen and expand the humies community, which is our mission.