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Welcome to Incelsite !

Fellas, we gotta put a stop to the meme that a woman coined the term incel in the 1990s. Look at this Cuck Review article from like a hundred years ago:

involuntary celibates in the Cuck Review
in April 1862

This site is here in order to spread awareness and knowledge of a little known condition called involuntary celibacy, 'invcel' or "incel" as it is most often referred to (because it is less of a mouthful ;). Whilst that is the official term for the condition of having a lack of sexual or romantic interaction in one's life, often for extended periods, people often take a long time to firstly truly realise that a lack of romantic interaction is what is truly being missed, and then term it as best they can.

In fact there are many names for being "involuntarily celibate". You may have thought up a name of your own (seeing as it is doubtful this is a discussion topic with the family), so here are a few of the more common terms:

long term celibacy, frigidity, shyness, sexual dormancy, coyness, inexperience, relationship-shy, non-ogamous, i-sexual, circumstancial celibate/virgin, un-sexual, relationship challenged, romantically challenged, and so on...

the list is endless, which is why this site is here, to raise awareness to those who may feel like they are "the only one". Trust me, you aren't.

Incelsite is built on worldwide submissions from those who feel they may have something to offer other incels ... stories of empathy, hope, success, and hints and tips on how to cope, live with, and overcome the situation of being a terminally celibate person.

Do you feel like you may be involuntarily celibate? then the "Am I Incel?" section will show you a more in depth description of many incels to help you feel whether you recognise any common ground. There are many "stories so far" of guys and girls from various backgrounds, who realised "hey, nothing's going on in this area of my life... ..."

The Success Stories section features people who have "graduated" from being an incel and are now in successful relationships. There are also stories from others who have gained a little experience in the relationship arena and feel they are successfully moving forward.

The Advice pages feature advice for all sorts of situations, from how to approach potential partners, to how to overcome physical tension.

The comprehensive Links area contains news on a wealth of other support websites and sources of information, focusing on the many wider issues experienced by incels.

So, enjoy the site and we hope you find it useful.