AWALT, or all women are like that, is the theory that while the manifestations of female nature may differ from foid to foid, all females have the same basic underlying nature. E.g., all girls tend to want to seek after sexually arousing men to father their children, and betabuxxes to provide financial security and emotional comfort.
Thus, if a girl claims to be "not like other girls," this has to be taken with a grain of salt, because it is often in a girl's best interests to try to deceive men into thinking they're a special snowflake whose more obvious faults should be overlooked because she is a rare exception to AWALT principles.
The opposite assumption is called NAWALT, or not all women are like that.
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Some incels (generally new ones) disagree with AWALT because they know women they deem nice, such as their sisters, mothers, relatives, coworkers, teachers, etc. Others argue against it because, since women don’t choose to be born female, they argue that it makes no sense to treat them as a hivemind. However, this generally comes from misunderstanding AWALT as "All women are evil" when it's closer "All women are attracted only to attractive men." Women generally treat ugly men with basic manners, but they are still repulsed by the thought of having sex with them (especially if they are relatives).