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Discussion When did you accept yourself as an incel?

Leonardo Part V

Leonardo Part V

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I became aware of the term "incel" in 2017, but it wasn't until 2021 that I acknowledged my situation as one. Prior to that, I believed being kissless and a virgin was a common and insignificant issue faced by only a minority.

That's why I am not angry at IT cucks, it is really hard to internalize how doomed you are. It's better to deny everything and wait for a miracle.

After all, It took me 4 years to do so.
 
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Early 2022 I accepted myself as a truecel.
 
Kind of always was an incel, never knew the term for it before 2015
 
I know the word "incel" since 2017, but I only accepted my fate as one in 2021. Before that, I thought it was normal to be kissless and virgin and it was a very small problem that only a minority of people had to face.

That's why I am not angry at IT cucks, it is really hard to internalize how doomed you are. It's better to deny everything and wait for a miracle.

After all, It took me 4 years to do so.
18 yo


View: https://youtu.be/FVnE2Wa_My4?t=57
 
the second I learned about it on reddit. holy fuck I was naive I thought all women were virgins till marriage and shit. reddit was a real eye opener into the life of the average foid, it really is a different universe then our shit lives.
 
I was 22 when I finally accepted that I was incel. Before that I just assumed I was a late-bloomer.
 
back when i was 15. its my "personality" that women can sense and totally not my crooked face with floppy ears and balding hair
 
I knew what it was in March-April '20
 
the second I learned about it on reddit. holy fuck I was naive I thought all women were virgins till marriage and shit. reddit was a real eye opener into the life of the average foid, it really is a different universe then our shit lives.
can you share?
 
When I joined here but it always has been hard to just accept it. I still get angry a lot. Some days I can accept it peacefully
 
As soon as HS ended, honestly.
 
My joindate minus one week
 
They day I was pulled out of my mother's stomach and I caught my own reflection, it was over from that point on
 
I became aware of the term "incel" in 2017, but it wasn't until 2021 that I acknowledged my situation as one. Prior to that, I believed being kissless and a virgin was a common and insignificant issue faced by only a minority.

That's why I am not angry at IT cucks, it is really hard to internalize how doomed you are. It's better to deny everything and wait for a miracle.

After all, It took me 4 years to do so.
Same here. It was hard to accept at first but this is the reality of it.
 
Late 2018 - Early 2019
 
Idk when i first heard the term incel, probably somewhere between 2018 and 2020. For all that time I coped by pretending I technically wasn't one, I thought to myself "well I've never actually approached a girl, but if I did maybe she'd say yes. So actually I'm a volcel"

Then in January 2023 I found the blackpill, and shortly after I accepted what I am

A big part of it is connotation. When the term incel is always used as an insult, nobody wants to call themself one. But when you find a blackpill community of other young men openly calling themselves incels and talking about their struggles, it is much easier accept your inceldom.
 

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