what if a guy hasn't been rejected or just feels like he's gonna does that make him an incel, or put him at risk of being one, and aspergers gives people automatic incel traits by the way
@DevylasArsaukas76 Hmm, interesting question. That's negative thinking: he's assuming the worse before it even happens. If he's never been rejected, experienced heartbreak, or at the point of bitterness, then I wouldn't call him one... he's just assuming he -will- become an incel. Now my question to him would be this as a follow-up: why does he instantly assume he will become one? Just because he has supposedly "incel traits" doesn't mean he will become one unless that's what he chooses or wants.
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I used to think it’s wasn’t possible, but it is!
There are some
I thought so too, but apparently there are some
your right, its possible they do exist, but of course, for obvious reasons, pale in comparison to the typical male incels, or women don't disclose their case as much as men do
Oh, definitely. Plus a better support system and less stigma.
A guy who wants a girlfriend or at least hookups but can’t get anything
Oh ok got it, thanks👍