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Incel: “The only way to defeat women is to lie down and rot”

Incels. Even when they’re not saying utterly reprehensible things — like demanding that women be turned into sex slaves for them, or blaming the Jews for their own sexual and romantic failures — they can still be a bit, well, much.

Consider this fellow, who thinks he’s figured out the perfect way to stick it to women: wallowing in his own misery.

“The ONLY way to defeat women is to give up and LDAR [Lie Down and Rot],” declares fyvefhour in a post on Incels.co.

Retards on red pill forums and black pill (non incel) looksmax forums are retarded. Women WANT you to self improve. Theyre the driving evolutionary force. The only way to defeat the unstoppable force is to be the unmovable object. Men who are truely against women and want to defeat nature will flat out LDAR. Doing absolutely nothing is what women hate the most, or in a sense, TRUE MGTOW defeats foid nature

Yeah, you’ve really showed ’em, huh?

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North Sea Sparkly Dragon
North Sea Sparkly Dragon
14 days ago

@Paireon,

I only got my diagnosis a couple of years ago but oh I remember the tears of joy at finding out the answer after almost 35 years of struggle. Never had to pay a penny for it either (yay! NHS!), and I got follow up support from the Adult Autism Service. Lots of people have said I seemed to be doing better in the last couple of years than I have for so long, because I finally have the right medication and counselling for my psychological conditions and the right support for my neurodivergency.

I don’t understand the INCEL attitude of ‘it’s never going to get better and it’s everyone else’s fault’. I understand that they’re (probably) teenagers and young adults and that that can be a terrible time in life, but to g so far as to suggest lying don and rotting because *dramatic flourish* it’s all so awful *more drama-ing* seems ridiculously over the top.

Chris Oakley
Chris Oakley
14 days ago

@dormousing_it: they not only CAN be that far gone, most of the time they ARE that far gone. In some cases “that far gone” is merely a starting point for them.

Paireon
Paireon
14 days ago

@North Sea Sparkly Dragon: Good for you then, services in Quebec province aren’t quite as good I’m afraid, but my condition is light enough that I don’t need much followup and don’t have to take any medication (not that I know any that would help; tried a ritalin prescription when I was 19-20, helped a bit but the side-effects were horrible – either worst headaches of my life or suicidal thoughts). Plus I’ve had a steady job since 2011 so that’s nice.

North Sea Sparkly Dragon
North Sea Sparkly Dragon
13 days ago

@Paireon

I know I’m lucky, the Adult Autism Service in my county is one of the best in the region, and extremely rare; I really don’t know how we lucked out on that, because most of our other services are terrible. I got meds for my anxiety and depression, don’t need anything for being autistic. My cousin is ADHD and he was on ritalin for years; he had terrible constipation and often forgot to take it. Like all meds it works for some but not for others. I have finally got a job that works around my barriers. I work 4 hours a week for a small, new, organisation for Autistic adults. I am a research assistant, although at the moment I’m organising an exhibition and running a project on digital isolation. I’m helping to run an arts and crafts group we’re starting in a couple of weeks. I’m presenting on the research project I did about employment barriers in the summer at our launch event in December.

Sorry, completely off topic I know, but I’m so happy to find something that I’m proud of and passionate about, at last!

numerobis
numerobis
12 days ago

Jenora: The Bay is in a dispute with its landlord:
https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/hbc-landlord-oxford-rent-1.5799280

Generally it’s also facing stiff headwinds.