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Incels agree: Women who’ve slept with more than one guy should be banned from universities

Toss them all out, just in case

By David Futrelle

Reddit’s “Involuntary Celibates” think they have a solution for what ails our higher education system: Get rid of all the female students who’ve had more than one sexual partner.

In a post yesterday on the Incels subreddit, a Redditor calling himself failednormie lays out the logic behind this unique proposal for education reform.

Women who have had more than one sexual partners shouldn't be allowed to attend university. (self.Incels) submitted 1 day ago by failednormie👉👌🙅🚫💑🖕 University should be reserved for respectable and well traditioned females (if those even exist). Whores and sluts shouldn't be allowed to attend university to distract hard working men from succeeding. Why don't they just skip the 4 years and save themselves the trouble by just getting a job at the local strip club since that's the one thing they are good at? I'm tired of sluts and cunts constantly making me miserable by talking loudly about their fuck fest at last nights frat party while I'm trying to study. Fuck off ya cunts.

Naturally, most of the denizens of the Incels subreddit seem rather enthusiastic about failednormie’s proposal.

Autistical, a big fan of pre-Revolutionary France, has his own thoughts on possible future employment possibilities for the expelled women.

Autisticel 6 points 21 hours ago  I agree with this entirely. Any sexual transgressions committed by females while at university should result in immediate and permanent expulsion from academia, and all past qualification should be revoked immediately. While this female is tarnished beyond worth for all time, she can make a could maid, house-servant or, perhaps for a widowed man, a reasonable second-hand wife to cater for him during his twilight years. We must simply return to the state of civilisation we achieved prior to the French Revolution. That was the absolute moral apex of our species.

Other Reddit incels would prefer that no women at all be allowed in universities with men.

emtick 10 points 23 hours ago  Coed was a mistake. Universities used to be purely a place of the mind. Men of that age should be striving to improve themselves to the max, and females are nothing but a distraction at best or screaming SJW harpies at worst.

deformedincel -3 points 22 hours ago  I don't think women should be allowed to have an education in the first place. I think that is where this all started. Women having rights is the worst thing that has ever happened to the Western World. permalinkembedsavereportgive goldreply [–]LearnToSpeakAmerican -2 points 21 hours ago  agreed.

Someone calling himself TheEngineer19 offers an even more radical solution that, while popular with his fellow Reddit incels, proved a bit much for the subreddit’s moderators, who have deleted it — though the original comment, with its 8 upvotes, is still visible in TheEngineer19’s comment history.

TheEngineer19 8 points 22 hours ago  They shouldn't be able to go to university at all. They should lose all rights and be considered lower than rats. They should become sex slaves for Incels.

Gosh, why on earth would these guys have such trouble finding women to sleep with them?

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PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

Katz,
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Buttercup Q. Skullpants
Buttercup Q. Skullpants
3 years ago

They’ll have to add a new section to the SATs. Reading/Writing, Math, Essay, and Notch Count.

Coed was a mistake.

There’s Hampden-Sydney, Morehouse, or any number of all-male religious colleges and universities in the U.S. where these dudes could study without the distractions of women brazenly having social lives.

I do love all the pearl-clutching over frat parties. Women can’t POSSIBLY have sex and be Rigorous Students all at the same time. Unlike these lofty-minded scholars, who spend their days frantically trying to undo the Enlightenment in one of the most proudly science-free cargo cult corners of the internet.

Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent + Bard of the New Movement
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent + Bard of the New Movement
3 years ago

*GREAT RUDDY CRASHING NOISES*

I just spent nigh-on 24 hours stranded in an airport, waiting for a new connection.

WHAT THE FUCK IS UP, PEEPS.

(And as for where I went? Ireland.)

Also, re: the article

Speaking as a virgin, but also as an AFAB individual that’s started attending uni two years early:

What the fuck.

A woman is perfectly able to have sex without it tarnishing her academic performance. This is how things should be.

Amnesia
Amnesia
3 years ago

I’m a cis woman who’s slept with two guys. The second guy was how I confirmed I was actually asexual and that it wasn’t just that the first guy was bad at it despite trying to make it work for a month (to be fair, we were both virgins and I didn’t realize I had an infection for most of it).

Given that I likely won’t be having sex again am I allowed in the playhouse? Not that I’d want to go to university with a bunch of douchebags who take the imagined sex lives of women who don’t want to have sex with them as a personal insult, just wondering how that works.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

Women should lose all rights and become sex slaves for incels?

The Engineer19 has summarized what other incels have been saying, for years now, in a more roundabout way.

The only points left to hammer out are how women get divided among incels and what to do with them once they’ve become unfuckable.

But really, discussion is unnecessary. Incels know that women will need to get divided evenly. And once women turn 25 (that is, once they become unfuckable), they need to die.

Next up on incels’ to-do list: implementation.

Incels, your guy is in the White House. Putting your plans into action should be eazy-peazy.

PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
PeeVee the (Timber-Rattling Booger Slut, But Noice) Sarcastic
3 years ago

Troubelle! You’re back! Yay!

Amnesia! So are you! Woot!

Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
3 years ago

@TROUBELLE

You’re back! yay!

Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent + Bard of the New Movement
Troubelle: Moonbeam Malcontent + Bard of the New Movement
3 years ago

@PeeVee + @Fran

Hey, welcoming party! Glad to see y’all missed me.

It was a good trip.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

Hey, Troubelle, Amnesia, and Katz: Good to see all of you again!

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

Interesting article:

Inside the rehab saving young men from their internet addiction

https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/jun/16/internet-addiction-gaming-restart-therapy-washington

mz emoji riesling
mz emoji riesling
3 years ago

Okay, okay, okay, do these “incels” realize that in pre-Revolutionary France most of them would be peasants? And that they’d have trouble getting bread, much less brioche? And that if you’re going to have a food riot, you want to have it with a trust-worthy woman who knows how to use a kitchen implement to good effect at your side?

Anyway, didn’t Heloise ruin Abelard way before the revolution?

HiddenTurtle
HiddenTurtle
3 years ago

I don’t think any of these dudes actually *want* to have sex with women at this point. Because then they wouldn’t be able to be so angry about it, and their ladyhate is what fuels them. They don’t know how to do anything else, because their entire lives revolve around finding new things to hate women for. So they turn themselves into progressively more vile human beings so that there is *no way* a woman would want to touch them with a 39.5 foot pole, and then talk about how women are the worst and are too picky and only date Chads or alphas or whatever category of dudes it is that day.

NickNameNick
NickNameNick
3 years ago

We must simply return to the state of civilisation we achieved prior to the French Revolution. That was the absolute moral apex of our species.

Oh, fuck off, you totalitarian shithead…

Mish of the Catlady Ascendancy
Mish of the Catlady Ascendancy
3 years ago

While this female is tarnished beyond worth for all time, she can make a could maid…

That’s the kind of maid that says “Well, I could, but…” whenever you ask her to do something, right?
(yes, I’m mocking this person’s grasp of written expression – anyone who willingly composes and posts a ‘sentence’ like that has no say in who goes to university)

Also, on pre-revolutionary France, our indigenous Australians might actually agree on that being a pretty sweet time. Europeans had only just started arriving here, so they hadn’t had very long to fuck the place up.

ETA: @Nick, yes, what you said. Much pithier 😀

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

OT article about Kamala Harris, first-term California senator (D), who keeps getting shushed by the gentlemen of the Senate. This article questions whether her credentials are progressive enough for those who resist Trump. For myself, I was happy to vote for her as attorney general of San Francisco because she had a reputation for being tough on domestic violence.

Senator, Interrupted

Kamala Harris got shushed and became a liberal hero. Do progressives want to hear what she has to say?

In Greek mythology, the Eumenides were three goddesses tasked with protecting the cause of justice. They originally redressed wronged womanhood, pursuing the prince Orestes after he murdered his mother. In Aeschylus’ tragedies, they are chthonic, ambiguous forces. They do not tire and they do not stop; their persistence—at least in the imagination of the male playwright—feels almost monstrous. Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand, and Kamala Harris have become the Eumenides of the U.S. Senate, summoned by the blood of Hillary Clinton, formed from liberal feminists’ desire for a reckoning.

The article includes a hilarious short video of her questioning little ol’ US attorney general Jeff Sessions, who plays the white-haired card when he says of one of her questions, “I’m not able to be rushed this fast. It makes me nervous.”

kupo
kupo
3 years ago

@Kat
On the one hand, there are absolutely people who have problems with screen addiction. On the other hand, something about the way that article is written makes me feel like it’s trying to demonize video games and gamers.

Serebrianyi Golub
Serebrianyi Golub
3 years ago

We must simply return to the state of civilisation we achieved prior to the French Revolution.

“A king? You want a king? Boy, nobody wants a king. Ignatius, are you sure you’re OK?”
– Confederacy of Dunces, proof that neoreactionary incels existed before the internet

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

@kupo
Beyond what I read on WHTM, I’m not that familiar with gamer culture, so I found the article informative. Dunno if the goal is to demonize gamers or games.

JS
JS
3 years ago

Video games, gamergate, “Make Water Gate Again!”

msexceptiontotherule
msexceptiontotherule
3 years ago

Sessions is the oft forgotten racist keebler elf that was never selected to be in the cookie/cracker commercials.

As for the ludicrous ‘idea’ from the stinky bog that is the incel subreddit to ban women who have had sex with more than one man from obtaining a college education…They don’t want to support women financially, and women are much better off being able to support themselves – this is best accomplished through attending university and getting a degree. If a bunch of whiny incels can’t concentrate because there are women existing around them, perhaps it’s THE INCELS who should leave college.

Bina
3 years ago

Oh “incels”, I have a better idea. Instead of denying women an education (and the opportunity to prove themselves infinitely better at — well, just about ANYTHING — than you), how about you just deny one to yourselves? I mean, it’s not as though your intellectual capacities are up to the tasks, anyway. If you’re so easily distracted by female classmates gossiping about their extracurricular activities, it’s obvious that it’s YOU who don’t belong in higher education. I suggest you go join a monastery instead.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

@msexceptiontotherule

If a bunch of whiny incels can’t concentrate because there are women existing around them, perhaps it’s THE INCELS who should leave college.

Yeah, clearly incels cannot handle college.

GrumpyOld SocialJusticeMangina
GrumpyOld SocialJusticeMangina
3 years ago

Buttercup: for the record, there is only one significant colllege in the US that is still all male — Wabash College in Indiana. St. Thomas University in Minnesota is all-male but has a closely allied women’s college (St. Benedict) 5 miles away. Hobart/William Smith are single-sex in name only. (Hampden-Sydney and Morehouse are coed.) There are a bit more than 40 all-women’s colleges. I guess the demand among most men for woman-free colleges isn’t very great.

GrumpyOld SocialJusticeMangina
GrumpyOld SocialJusticeMangina
3 years ago

Kat: Here’s a post I made at the Washington Post site:
What we witnessed yesterday is an example of a new paradigm that makes the white male establishment crap its pants. We saw a throughly mediocre white male (Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III) –who has climbed the ladder of politics because he comes from a proudly backward state that considers whiteness and maleness and family history the highest qualifications for high office — dissected and dismantled by a far more intelligent non-white woman who has climbed the ladder because society no longer keeps its feet quite so firmly on the necks of people like her. Privileges of race and sex and family no longer suffice to keep a white male bumbler from being publicly humiliated by someone like Kamala Harris. Quelle horreur!

Sessions would have been better off handling divorces, child support, DUI cases, and wills in a backwater Alabama town (there’s a limitless supply). Now he just might be so far out of his depth that he ends up putting himself in prison followed by a stint as Distinguished Fellow at a disreputable right-wing “think” tank.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

@Grumpy
I have to agree. And you said it well.

Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
Francesca Torpedo, Femoid Special Forces Major
3 years ago

@Serebrianyi Golub

“A king? You want a king? Boy, nobody wants a king. Ignatius, are you sure you’re OK?”
– Confederacy of Dunces, proof that neoreactionary incels existed before the internet

Reminds me of that famous Aesop in which the frogs petition Jupiter, that famous Olympian deity, to give them a king and he prudently advises them it may be wiser not to have one, from one adaptation I have seen.

Naturally, things end in an not very pleasant manner.

I believe the biblical prophet Samuel also told the Israelites they were about to make a very large mistake with this King business; how their king would send their sons off to war and take their daughters and tax them heavily and etc.

ETA:

Despite being a neopagan, I read the bible for fun, merely because I enjoy reading books of all kinds.

It’s a pretty good story, too.

Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Agent of the FemiNest Collective; Keeper of a Hell Toupee, and all-around Intergalactic Meanie
Redsilkphoenix: Jetpack Vixen, Agent of the FemiNest Collective; Keeper of a Hell Toupee, and all-around Intergalactic Meanie
3 years ago

@Bina:

If you’re so easily distracted by female classmates gossiping about their extracurricular activities, it’s obvious that it’s YOU who don’t belong in higher education. I suggest you go join a monastery instead.

Agreed, with the caveat that they get sent to their own monastery instead of sending them to the ones already set up for guys who want to pursue a closer relationship with God away from modern life. I cannot imagine that a bunch of guys who willing choose to forgo sex would want to be around a bunch of guys who do nothing but bellyache about how they’re entitled to sex and how horrible it is they can’t get any.

In other words, incompatible lifestyles there.

NickNameNick
NickNameNick
3 years ago

@Francesca:

Despite being a neopagan, I read the bible for fun, merely because I enjoy reading books of all kinds.

It’s a pretty good story, too.

Yeah, when you view it similarly as you do (say) Ancient Greek or Egyptian mythology, it can be entertaining. I’m particularly fond of how the angels are described as Lovecraftian monsters, which a lot of fictional works – save for stuff like Neon Genesis Evangelion and Bayonetta – don’t do enough of.

It’s just unfortunate, unlike those ancient mythologies, people treat it as literal truth and a lot of its “morals” quite seriously despite being irrelevant or out-of-date.

GrumpyOld SocialJusticeMangina
GrumpyOld SocialJusticeMangina
3 years ago

Nick: it’s a fascinating account of one of the early stages in the development of Western Civilization. They got a lot of things wrong (like slavery), but they made some real progress. If you read it as part of humanity’s struggles to understand who we are, it’s very useful. As a guide to modern society, it’s not very useful.

guest
guest
3 years ago

@Grumpyoldsocialjusticemangina Great letter; Kamala Harris is doing us proud.

‘I worked in the library at the uni I went to and the clever ways students invent to block out the world are impressive. Jackets, stacks of books, umbrellas, art supplies and camera tripods are just a few ingenious ways to make a fort in the library!’

I wish I had some pictures of these (I’ve never seen anything quite that elaborate in the libraries I’ve been in–I’ve never worked in one, and as I’ve been blessed through almost all of my academic life with personal quiet space to work in I’ve only ever gone to the library to get books, and not ever spent a lot of time actually studying in them). When I taught architecture I used to assign my students post-occupancy evaluations, which involved going to a building and seeing how people actually used it. One of my questions was ‘how have the building’s users adapted the space to make it work better for them?’ This would have been a great example. I’ve noticed that libraries have recently put in ‘pod-chairs’, which seem to provide a little quiet and privacy, but I’m guessing not nearly enough as they’re always occupied.

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Now that I think about it, I don’t see carrells around much any more…people seem to be expected to work at open tables.

C.S.Strowbridge
C.S.Strowbridge
3 years ago

More proof that these men are not incels. They are celibate, but by choice.

NickNameNick
NickNameNick
3 years ago

@G.O.S.J.M.:

it’s a fascinating account of one of the early stages in the development of Western Civilization. They got a lot of things wrong (like slavery), but they made some real progress. If you read it as part of humanity’s struggles to understand who we are, it’s very useful. As a guide to modern society, it’s not very useful.

As someone raised in Reform Judaism and who still identifies as Jewish, albeit incredibly secular, it always confused me how other Abrahamic faiths like Christianity are so zealous about the material and prone to fighting amongst themselves over differing interpretations that leads to a lot of self-victimization. Whether another sect of Judaism wasn’t the “right one” or some kind of opponent wasn’t really an issue – they were treated simply as different schools of thought.

When it came to the Old Testament, it was treated as a wholly metaphorical text that described the birth of human civilization – which, as many white nationalists are loathe to admit, began in the Middle East (among other things omitted or downplayed) – and its development until (at least what was then) the present. Not perfectly, of course, since it was based on oral tradition – which can lead to a case of “Chinese Telephone” – and then the material, when written, was edited in a selective manner by those who wrote and then later printed copies of the text.

I have a joke (which I don’t really tell people often) that the reason there’s so many Jewish lawyers is that the Old Testament is basically about an elongated litigation between two parties – Yahweh and his “chosen people.” The guidelines are ever-changing and, perhaps, even never-ending because of how unpredictable Yahweh can be as an entity.

misophistry
misophistry
3 years ago

Any US government that instituted this law or any of the other laws I see these people proposing would be a tyranny and would be resisted by armed militias according to the constitution.

Of course incels don’t live in the real world but the alt-right generally have the same ideas and are far more serious a threat.

You may be called upon to defend liberty soon. Or I’ve been watching too much handmaidens tale.

Here in the UK the backlash against the Tory party and the right wing is strong and unstoppable. Hopefully they will let us vote them out before we have to riot them out.

xxx

NickNameNick
NickNameNick
3 years ago

@Mish:

yes, what you said. Much pithier 😀

I tend to prefer being blunt…

EJ (the Scheming Liberal Race-Traitor)

That’s an interesting hypothesis, failednormie. What if someone were to…

*dramatic music*

…Test it?

I know two excellent scientists. Both are white women in their late 20s. Dr A is very sexually experienced, having regularly attended group sex parties during her undergraduate and PhD years. Dr B chooses not to have sex until she gets married. Both are fairly open about this (otherwise I wouldn’t mention it here.)

If failednormie was right, then having Dr A around me would make it impossible for me to work, but Dr B wouldn’t affect me more than a control group would. It’d look something like:

EJ is alone in the room: Baseline productivity.
EJ is with other men: Baseline productivity.
EJ is working with Dr A: Severe drop in productivity.
EJ is working with Dr B: Baseline productivity.
EJ is working with both Dr A and Dr B: Severe drop in productivity.

Instead, what we see is the following:

EJ is alone in the room: Is reading WHTM instead of working.
EJ is with other men: Is discussing Game of Thrones instead of working.
EJ is working with Dr A: Is discussing goth music and Itty Bitty Kitty Committee instead of working.
EJ is working with Dr B: Is listening to her talk about Warhammer 40,000 esoterica instead of working.
EJ is working with both Dr A and Dr B: Is swapping Trump jokes instead of working.

From these results, we conclude that the sexual experience of one’s colleagues is not a relevant factor in the extent to which men are distracted from academic pursuits. Also, I am apparently easily distracted.

Quod erat demonstrandum.

Nanny Ogg's Bosom
Nanny Ogg's Bosom
3 years ago

EJ you are definitely easily distracted.

Kootiepatra
3 years ago

I notice how these poor, put-upon incels don’t complain about other dudes being distracting by bragging about their sexual exploits. None of them are suggesting that promiscuous men be denied an education, regardless of how vocal those men are about it, regardless of the feelings of envy that might be evoked.

Funny, that.

Zephkiel
Zephkiel
3 years ago

If you’re so easily distracted by female classmates gossiping about their extracurricular activities, it’s obvious that it’s YOU who don’t belong in higher education. I suggest you go join a monastery instead.

@Bina Interestingly enough I’ve just had an IM from my niece complaining about boys talking loudly about partying in the library while she’s trying to study (she’s just starting exams for her first semester of pre-law, so is very stressed out.)

I’d say hearing other people talk loudly about sex is pretty distracting for most people, but is easily remedied by plugging in your headphones, moving to the silent study area, or if you’re already there, getting a librarian to come shush the perpetrators.

But that kind of thinking is too hard for an incel.

(Niece decided to take a study break and hope they were gone soon.)

Collateral Thought
Collateral Thought
3 years ago

@ Troubelle:

Glad you made it back safely. I hope you enjoyed the trip.

@ Redsilkphoenix:

Absolutely agreed: those who truly just seek enlightenment and detachment shouldn’t be burdened with these assclowns.

@ NickNameNick:

A lot of people seem unaware that Abrahamic angels are generally described as awesome; or perhaps they just forget what that word really means. It doesn’t mean “nice”.

@ guest:

I was a librarian at a major university, some time ago. Those chairs would be very very helpful overall for those who want to study alone, but that’s not what they claim to achieve. Two people could readily occupy that space privately (and perhaps three could as well). I’m unconvinced that it’s really an advance in library furnishings in any puritanical sense.

Again @ NickNameNick:

Jews are unique among Abrahamic religions in that they don’t seek to proselytize, and thus aren’t prone to the same “we’re doing what God wants and you are not” infighting (which is, obviously, incredibly ironic). I have great admiration for this, incidentally.

Danel
Danel
3 years ago

@Zephkiel:

What, and not hear them talking about sex?

Arctic Ape
Arctic Ape
3 years ago

@Mish

That’s the kind of maid that says “Well, I could, but…” whenever you ask her to do something, right?

By dinnertime, the could maid will handily become a could have maid.

Aulma Frendzar Dèdd
Aulma Frendzar Dèdd
3 years ago

@Grumpy Oh look, Jason Miller called Kamala Harris hysterical, what a surprise!! “Objective perspective” my ass.

@misophistry

Any US government that instituted this law or any of the other laws I see these people proposing would be a tyranny and would be resisted by armed militias according to the constitution.

Would it? The right-wingers believe that the police force and military force are on their side. And they’re not wrong. BUT there are a lot of rw idiots that would make people’s life hell if they got to power. And people are starting to see that. Look at the Oathkeepers. They keep catering to the rwingers because “the left wants to destroy western civilization” 🙄
but they keep getting attacked by the alt-right for no reason.

IgnoreSandra
IgnoreSandra
3 years ago

Hello everybody!

I’ve been away for the past four days, but I am back! And I will be staaayyyying this tiimmee! At least for today.

I vote we have dance music to defeat these shitlords to.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ bina

I suggest you go join a monastery instead.

You’ve just reminded me of something I meant to post about, so thank you.

I recently watched a documentary about Franciscan monks. Not normally my bag, but it was set in my old hometown. They were essentially urban monks.

It was fascinating to hear their various backstories and how they came to be monks. Some had always had a religious calling. A couple of the guys though had a real sex and drugs and rock and roll history. And ultimately it was a way of leaving what they felt was a hedonistic path to self destruction. So they were quite literally men going their own way.

Now did they spend their time slagging off women? Of course not. They are heavily involved in the local community. They run a kitchen where people can drop in. Whether that’s because they can’t afford food or they just want a bit of company. They had a clothing bank so people could get anything from warm clothing in winter to nice clothes for job interviews. They helped repair things for people. They certainly hadn’t withdrawn from society. They were always out and about, either helping people or tapping up local merchants for food for the kitchen., and as this was Bradford that included lots of Muslim suppliers, whom they had a very friendly and joking relationship with.

And of course a lot of the people they interacted with were women (I’m no statistician, but I’d say about half). They weren’t avoiding them. They had lots of female friends. They laughed, joked, and provided a sympathetic ear and assistance where necessary. They just weren’t trying to shag them (they could be surprisingly flirty though, in a joking way).

But it really highlighted how you can abandon physical relationships with women, without becoming a real knobhead in the process.

Arctic Ape
Arctic Ape
3 years ago

OK, EJ wins the thread again. I truly aspire to one day write papers like that and get them published on WHTM.

Well traditioned female
Well traditioned female
3 years ago

Women should lose all rights and become sex slaves for incels?

The Engineer19 has summarized what other incels have been saying, for years now, in a more roundabout way.

The only points left to hammer out are how women get divided among incels and what to do with them once they’ve become unfuckable.

But really, discussion is unnecessary. Incels know that women will need to get divided evenly. And once women turn 25 (that is, once they become unfuckable), they need to die.

Next up on incels’ to-do list: implementation.

Ah, but you see, once this would be implemented, they would find a way to whine about the fact that women won’t come to them of their own free will, and have to be forced by the government, whereas women do flock to Chad naturally…

#foreverangry

Or as someone so beautifully put it: “their ladyhate is what fuels them.”

palmedfire
palmedfire
3 years ago

(Hampden-Sydney and Morehouse are coed.)

I don’t know about Morehouse, but Hampden-Sydney is very much still an all-male college.

I know ’cause it’s technically the brother school to my alma matter, Sweet Briar.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
3 years ago

@Alan
Unlike the MRAs, those monks sound cool.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ EJ

Good luck with the career endeavours. You have a lot of desirable skills (especially your maths knowledge) so I’m sure you’ll be snapped up. I hope you can find something where you still get to be involved with the astronomy though; that’s such a fascinating area so I can see why you’d be drawn to it.

Btw, did you see the Sky at Night special about the Vatican observatory? If not, try to, it’s great. I liked the quote about ‘why do you have an observatory?’

“We can’t afford a particle accelerator.”

(Bet they could if they sold a few paintings)

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
3 years ago

@ kat

those monks sound cool.

Oh yeah! Especially the ones who demonstrated you can have a beard and a tonsure and still look like you’ve stepped off the cover of GQ Magazine.