Human doing

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The term human doing refers to the tendency for men to be valued and viewed in relation to their utility rather than their intrinsic value as a human. This term is a pun on the conventional term human being.

The term may have been coined by Terry Kellogg although he apparently didn't link it to the male experience.[1][2]

The term was popularised by Warren Farrell who often notes that:

“Men are not human beings, they are human doings.” [3]