This documentary offers a never-before-seen look at the incel community, an online subculture linked to multiple mass murders and hate crimes against women.
In 2014, 22-year-old Elliot Rodger shot and stabbed six of his fellow students to death in a premeditated attack at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His motive? In a chilling video Rodger said he was angry that he was still a virgin and in his words wanted to show himself as 'the true alpha male' by punishing women for not being attracted to him.
The legacy of Rodger's assault catapulted online incels into wider consciousness. Incels - short for 'involuntary celibates' - are a global community of sexually frustrated young men, who have found support amongst one another on the net. Some idolise Rodger, and chillingly, his murder spree seems to have helped inspire at least three further mass killings in North America, that have mainly targeted women.
At its extreme, incel ideology spreads violent misogyny, which blames women for depriving men of sex and relationships. Some forums have recorded up to 40,000 members and feature depraved ideas like state-sponsored rape and girlfriends.
Following eight months of unprecedented access to incels, this documentary is the deepest exploration yet of this notoriously closed community.
Told primarily through the personal stories of three men who identify as incels, the documentary explores how an online ideology can push young men into very disturbing behaviour. But the film also delves behind the sensationalist media headlines to unearth some of the reasons for incels' existence - many feel alienated and are enduring difficulties, like mental health issues, autism or traumatic upbringing.
For some, the online forums are a haven to joke, vent and find support in a world where they are struggling to find an identity and where gender relations are changing dramatically. The question is, where are the lines between this radical misogyny and violence?
Join us on the Week In Men's Rights show as we look at a new BBC documentary that examines the Incel "phenomenon", and what happened with one of the many interviews that never made it into the final cut with Natty and more! Tune in @5:30pm Eastern!
BBC Documentary: https://youtu.be/nZ5Jlx8MTp8 =============================================================================== 1:05 - 1:18 ---- Intro 2:25 - 3:21 ---- BBC's Incels 5:14 - 6:11 ---- The asperger's guy 6:33 - 9:26 ---- The northern Irish guy and the Catfish man 11:24 - 11:38 ---- Richard's interview 23:29 - 25:17 ---- Interview outtake 44:15 - 46:54 ---- Elliot Rogers and the couple 50:40 - 52:34 ---- "Black pilled" Richard ===============================================================================
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For the first time, a 'legitimate' first world problem. $2500 a month for some dumb pics, or pull a hottie straight out of the rice fields for a lot less, food for thought. video by: the Golden One --> https://www.youtube.com/user/TheLatsbrah
Because of his height, Chris Morgan was a guy who verbally lashed out at females because of how they made fun of his height. This man's frustrations is merely a common emotion held by many guys because of how females reject and deject men. Chris Morgan's outburst is a situation from which we can learn and how we can help the men of our society.
A conversation I had with someone about whether female validation is as important/the same thing as sex with a female. And other relevant topics. Bitchute uploader was down the date of this video's creation.
Tucker Carlson "Number Men Under 30 Who Report Having NO SEX Has Risen 3 Fold In 10 Years!"
April 12, 2019 C-SPAN News National Review Institute Ideas Summit The National Review Institute hosted its Ideas Summit in Washington, DC. This portion of the event included a discussion between Fox News Host Tucker Carlson and National Review Senior Writer Michael Dougherty on populism and the future of the Republican Party.