Content License and Provenance Notice

This is my notice that all original blog posts (barring reader comments) at Faith and Society are in the public domain, unless stated otherwise. Naturally, if something is in the public domain, it can be reproduced without anyone’s permission. Any Faith and Society content in the public domain is also hyper-anonymous, unless otherwise indicated. For a hyper-anonymous work, there will be no author or source mentioned; you are relieved of giving anyone credit for it. You are even free to take any original ideas from the work and create your own derivative works. “Spread the meme.” You should not, however, copy material verbatim and then claim it as your own since that would be a misrepresentation of authorship and an act of plagiarism.

The Flag

On the Faith and Society blog, there is a flag which appears in the upper right-hand corner of the page. It incorporates the yellow, “MGTOW” road sign logo and the traditional anti-statist colors of red and black. The flag is not copyrighted. Freely have the symbols of the flag been received, and freely are they given back to the public. Let anyone who agrees with the philosophy of the flag adopt it if so desired.

The Masthead

The masthead for Faith and Society is reserved for the blog. It makes no sense, for example, to copy that and then create a competing blog with the name “Faith and Society.” Imitation is the sincerest form of the flattery, but even that can be carried too far.

Hopefully, what I’ve written here will clear up any issues for those who wish to make use of the material on my blog. You may not care one whit about the material posted. Nonetheless, I appreciate your consideration of these matters whether you agree with my position on certain issues or not.

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