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{First off, I sometimes wonder if this Urban Dictionary was created as some kind of breeding ground for idiocy...

In the Marvel Universe, A particular group of Mutants (Homo Superior as opposed to Homo Sapien) with special abilities who have grouped together to defend humanity as well as they can. Although a significant portion of humans hates mutants, they still strive forward to show mutants are not all evil as many think.
The X-Men are fighting for a world that hates and fears them.
by Cryomorph X December 11, 2003
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a team of superheros written by Stan Lee;
Lets go to the comic book convention & dress up as the X-Men
by Emanuela June 17, 2005
mutants with supernatural powers, often despised by humans
wolverine, cyclops, storm
by unknown May 05, 2003
The act of two men sitting or standing side by side, and extending their hand towards their partner's penis and jacking off creating the "X" from the intersections of the arms.
Dennis: I am going to see XMen Today.
Collin: Eww gross!
by BoonderChooter April 30, 2009
sex move with man on top of woman with her legs pressed to her chest and crossed
give me the x man! I love the x man you get so deep into my pussy!
by JBut November 24, 2007
The X-Men are a fictional team of superheroes that appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The X-Men were created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, and were first published in 1963. They are among Marvel Comics' most popular and lucrative intellectual properties, appearing in numerous books, television shows, films, and video games.

The X-Men are "mutants": humans born with superhuman abilities. They fight to keep the peace between normal humans and mutants in a world where anti-mutant bigotry is widespread. The X-Men are also famous for their frequent encounters with their archenemy Magneto, the Brotherhood of Mutants, the mutant exterminating Sentinels, Mister Sinister, Apocalypse and the Hellfire Club.
The X-Men exist in the Marvel Universe with other characters portrayed in Marvel Comics series. As such, it is unsurprising that they often meet characters from other series, and the global nature of the mutant concept means the scale of stories can be highly varied.

The X-Men fight everything ranging from mutant thieves to galactic threats. Historically, the X-Men have been based in the Xavier Institute, near Salem Center, in north-east Westchester County, NY, and are often depicted as a family. The X-Mansion is often depicted with three floors and two underground levels. To the outside world, it had acted as a higher learning institute until the 2000s, when Xavier was publicly exposed as a mutant at which point it became a full mutant boarding school. Xavier funds a corporation aimed at reaching mutants worldwide, though it ceased to exist following the "Decimation."

The X-Men benefit greatly from state-of-the-art technology. For example, Xavier is depicted tracking down mutants with a device called Cerebro which amplifies his powers; the X-Men train within the Danger Room, first depicted as a room full of weapons and booby traps, now as generating holographic simulations; and the X-Men travel in their widely recognized and iconic Blackbird jet.
by The Centurion October 30, 2014
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