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What do you think about incels?

And what's the best piece of advice you'd give to men in that situation? Do you think there's something more to their struggle or are they just complaining over nothing?
Toepatrol · 31-35, M
I think they have issues stemming deeper that not being able to fuck a girl.

It's a crippling self esteem problem coupled with (paradoxically) a titanic superiority complex which makes them a revolting confused mess to normal folk.
Dshhh · M
they are basically complaining that they are [b]"not Datable"[/b]
cant be bothered for nice clothes, good grooming a clean house to bring a girl too,
they cant back off the teenager humor for one damn date, and they so desperate
that they over play any contact.

I say it is a failure to learn, to value the opinion of the women you want to date
Frankly, I’m afraid of them, less for myself than for young women who don’t understand that they’re not "fixable". Incels feel [b]entitled[/b] to access to women’s bodies without being able to see them as people like themselves. Worse, they blame the [b]women[/b] for that inability. 😳
CreepzillaInManila · 31-35, M
Basically everyone is sold dreams and when reality hits it's quite shocking. Mind you you we have both men and women whining about not having options but these complains manifest differently. Men will complain about not being able to get laid while women will complain about not being able to secure a guy (long term). There's just a major focus on guys for whatever reason but reality is usually quite a mess for many people in general.
I'd advise them to poison themselves.
redredred · M
They should visit a massage parlor or an escort and break their cherry. Then get over themselves.
WintaTheAngle · 41-45, M
They seem to be embracing their own shortcomings and blaming other people for it.
Ferise1 · 41-45, M
I think you’re worse than them if you reserve the right to name-call them.
RachelB · F
Honestly they scare me.

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