Not here to argue but the googling the definition of community gives:I told you, not a subculture, nor community, nor nothing. Can you read? Just men venting about their life, simply as that.Maxordie said:Fair enough. Subculture is the wrong word. I think community is more appropriate.OysterSauce said:Inceldom is a life situation, not a subculture. A subculture is something you choose to be a part of - inceldom, as the name suggests, is INVOLUNTARY.
For what it's worth I only wish to post questions because of my interest in the blackpill philosophy not the community (if you'll accept that term).
And your behavior is that of a female.
1. a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.
2. the condition of sharing or having certain attitudes and interests in common.
I feel both could be used to describe incels, particularly blackpilled incels, interacting online. But I will try to avoid using the term if it causes offense.