BBC Three Documentary

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BBC Three is a branch of the British Broadcasting Corporation that in 2018 reached out to many incels.co and incelistan users about doing a documentary. In October 2018, it was announced that the project had been commissioned (i.e. its budget had been approved) and that production could therefore begin. Many people in general have expressed skepticism and suspicion about the motives and intentions of the documentarians.

Contrary to the assumptions of many incels.co users, the "interviews" by BBC Three that have been conducted have merely been phone conversations for research purposes, potentially but not necessarily leading up to actual interviews in front of a camera that could become part of the documentary. Some black incels.co users have remarked that every time they unzip their pants, they have an opportunity to talk to the BBC if they want.[1]

Appearances[edit]

incels.co members who expressed interest in the project include Master,[2] catfishman,[3] and NEETAndTidy.[4][5][6] There was also talk that FrailPaleStaleMale had participated while drunk, although his credibility may be suspect.

Vloggers Just James and IceCat7 were interviewed and will likely be in it. Stephen Lemelle from Incelistan was also interviewed and will likely be in it.

JeffGoldblumInTheFly claimed to have declined an interview.[7]

Total Imbecile has predicted that everyone who participates in the documentary will ascend by statusmaxxing.[8] It has been suggested that only oldcels should participate, to give inceldom more credibility.[9] Although, the BBC was only looking for youngcels as BBC3 is geared towards young adults.

Monday FA Monday was rejected as a possibility. Jsanza29 and Kent contacts were attempted by the BBC but failed. Virgin Messiah declined. HeedandSucceed declined temporarily.

FaceandLMS declined twice.

Icecat7 also ended up in a mental hospital during month of filming.

Framing of incels[edit]

Those who work on this wiki have worked with documentarians before. Relative to other documentarians (such as a Swiss doc being made rn that is sympathetic to incels), they were not transparent about how they would frame incels or even individual people they interviewed until two people ended up in a mental hospital during filming.

However they did do more in depth research than a lot of places so they at least put an effort in.

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