But the idea of otherkind irks me because I feel like they are turning away from the definition of human or shunning the idea of humanity. What is the point of saying otherwise? It doesn't broaden humanity. Humanity is already so diverse as is.
What are ya, a bloody grey skin? hint: futurama
Anyways, I ain't too sure the agenda of Otherkin is inherently undermining humanity like the PETA crazies are after. Apparently they legitimately believe they're more than just humans, perhaps somethin' along the lines of back asswards Native American reincarnation. I s'pose ya could say their principles violate the value of humanity in itself, unintentional or not, but I wouldn't heed that notion as meanin' much. Plenty of inane dogma do the same in different ways.
... That's certainly the sort of response one might expect from someone who gives as much of a shit 'bout humanity as your average nihilist would.
Edit: Yeah, on second glance, that just seems to be a glitch. The thing I mentioned still exists, to my knowledge.