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‘Raw hatred’: why the 'incel' movement targets and terrorises women

13 mins | May 8, 2018
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The “involuntarily celibates” or ‘incels’ are men who blame their sexual undesirability on all women. In light of the Toronto van attack carried out by a self-proclaimed incel in April 2018, Zoe Williams, writing in The Guardian, investigates the roots of the movement and why it terrorises women.
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