The history of the term “incel”

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Contrary to what the liberal media wants to say, Alana isn’t actually the person who created the term “incel” but it was rather Antoine Banier who in 1739 coined the term “involuntary celibacy”. He described it as a form of imprisonment using the term “yoke” to describe it (like what the slaves wore around their necks). He also described it as a state of suffering and anguish by using the term “groan”. “Involuntary celibacy” was coined in the following passage from his book “The Mythology and Fables of the Ancients, Explain'd from History, Volume 3”:

“The custom of the Ancients in their marriages was quite different from that of the age wherein we live: large gratifications were given to the young ladies whom they were to marry, and even to their parents, whereas it is very rare now-a-days for one to marry a woman without a portion. Homer and several others, mention this Custom, and would to God it were still in Fashion: How many young Women who groan under the Yoke of involuntary Celibacy, would find Husbands to make them happy, did not the Avarice of those husbands reduce them to the calamities wherein ixion was involved.”

Then in 1975, you had the book “Blueprint For A Higher Civilization” by Henry Flynt, and in it is a chapter called “Creep” which uses the term “involuntary celibacy” verbatim.

Alana is only called the “inventor” of the term because she is a woman so they want to make it look awkward or like something that was merely a recent invention, when it goes back very far.
 
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That last part sums it up. Cucks will act ignorant and pretend that a female did something noteworthy
 
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>How many young Women who groan under the Yoke of involuntary Celibacy
>young women
>incels
he sounds :bluepill::bluepill::bluepill: ngl
 
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That last part sums it up. Cucks will act ignorant and pretend that a female did something noteworthy
Women have done jack shit in history
 
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Antoine Banier was a French writer; the above text is an English translation of one of his books and is difficult to understand for those not familiar with the cultural norms of the time. Banier was arguing that the dowry customs of Ancient Greece were superior to those of his day. He viewed the dowry customs of his day as unnecessarily harsh on unmarried women and their families.

In 18th-century France, girls from poor families often became spinsters because their fathers could not afford to contribute to their dowries. In Homerian Greece, which Banier admired, a man who wanted to get married had to pay a dowry to his future wife to make sure that she would have enough money to support herself if something bad were to happen to him in the future. But unlike in Banier's day, fathers did not have to contribute money to their daughters' dowries, so they never faced any obstacles getting them married.
 
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