Inceldom-induced impotency

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Besides the psychological and social tolls that occur as a result of inceldom, inceldom, according to some in the incelosphere, can also cause impotency. Due to the lack of a sex life, inceldom spectrum-people are known for higher than average amounts of masturbation. However, in the same way that humans hands did not evolve for walking, the genitalia did not evolve to be stimulated by hands. The structure of the sex organs were designed to be stimulated by the genitals of the opposite sex. Consequently, due to modern society's exaltation of sexual gratification through the use of the multi-fingered appendage at the end of our forelimbs, we now see a host of medical problems. A notable side effect of hand-aided masturbation is the death-grip syndrome.

Delayed ejaculation refers to the difficulty or inability of a man to reach an orgasm and to ejaculate semen. This can be an adverse effect of inceldom, in particular of depression and stress.[1] Even if an incel manages to ascend, the penis may no longer do the trick.

Incels also often develop expansive fetishes as a result of being forced to objectify the opposite sex. This is seen the most in Japan where almost half the countries are virgins and Japanese porn. One of the results of this is an inability to become sexually aroused by a real woman and a desensitization to normal displays of sexuality possibly resulting in erectile dysfunction[2] delayed ejaculation and anorgasmia.

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One incel-turned-volcel has spoken to one of the editors on Incel Wiki about why and how long-term inceldom eventually resulted in impotency:

"When I was a young teenager, all the way up to my twenties I had a fairly high sex drive and as such used to have what felt like incredibly firm erections. Sometimes it felt like my erections just wouldn't go away, and I used to get them at the drop of a hat. Even something as innocuous as a shapely cartoon character on television could make me get hard. But as I became an adult, I increasingly felt that my erections weren't going to be used for its intended purpose (with another partner) as women didn't show interest in me. In other words, I was going through inceldom, or involuntary celibacy. I had a pretty hectic schedule so I dealt with this usually by trying to masturbate fairly quickly in order to stifle my horniness. My other resort was thinking of unsexy thoughts whenever I was in public; things like lowering my granddad in his coffin within a graveyard to make erections go away. By the time i was in my mid-30s, this routine was still ongoing for over a decade and a half of this near-daily action of quick ejaculations to odious erection-repellent thoughts such as coffins or graveyards. Eventually, I finally managed to find myself a girlfriend. In terms of emotional compatibility, we were great. However, two decades of this binary action of quickly-getting-off followed by obnoxious thoughts had seemingly tainted my sexuality for good. The only times I managed to stay hard with my girlfriend if our encounters were combined with multiple negativities, such as her not being in the mood as well as her being seemingly cold or quiet towards me. The moment she said "I love you" or anything remotely affectionate, it killed my erection. It seems that all those decades of brainstorming about graveyards and coffins had made my body become physiologically engineered to respond solely to negativity sex-wise. As you could imagine, my relationship with my girlfriend turned sour and we eventually split up. I have thus given up on dating, and you could refer to me as an incel-turned-volcel now. Thats my story."

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