governmentsgetgirlfriends was a potential political solution and blog created by a Croatian sometimes-incelibate named Caamib. In it he describes a pretty conservative and non-offensive solution to inceldom, more conservative than Toby Young's solution and others in the mainstream 2018 press who pushed for sex robots or full-on prostitution to deal with inceldom. Caamib's solution was basically like subsidized first dates enacted by a democratic government, no sex slavery or anti-democracy involved:
Government should offer women money to go on blind dates. These women would freely apply for such program, as would incel men. Every woman would have a limit of 30 dates. If she doesn’t find a suitable partner during those 30 days she will be fired to prevent scammers – however, she would be paid the full sum, as would a woman who finds a partner during one of these 30 dates. --Caamib
Given Caamib never mentioned a gendered tax for the program like RooshV's Complimentary Heterosexual Affections Directive, one of the results of Caamib's program would be income inequality in favor of women, a massive wealth transfer to women, which might be a problem as women already have more personal wealth than men in the US, as well as more income opportunity.
Controversy[edit | edit source]
The title of Caamib's blog attracted ire and controversy, with some people assuming it was a call for a government round-up of women for men to rape. However, those people never actually read the blog post.
Politics[edit | edit source]
Despite people portraying his proposal for 'governmentgetsgirlfriends' as fascist or undemocratic, Caamib on February 8th drew up a draft platform as an independent for the Croatian parliament on his governmentgetsgirlfriends blog, including a devotion to democracy and anti-fascism, stating:
"anti-fascism is not only a civilizational attainment but a principle point of view of every free individual in a free society" --Caamib
"I would aggressively tried to spread the view that promotion of fascism isn’t a democratic right to a different opinion, for there isn’t and can’t be any democracy for opponents of every democracy and expressing of other opinions" --Caamib
In 2013, he transferred his content on this blog, which also contained general discussion on involuntary celibacy, to Wordpress, titled thatincelblogger.