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incels.co (previously ‘“incels.is”’ and before that incels.me) is currently the largest conventional forum external to reddit in the English incelosphere. It was created by SergeantIncel on Nov. 7th, 2017, hours after the banning of /r/incels. Its status as an independent website offers its community flexibility and allows free speech in a way that would likely be censored on other forums, due to their politically correct speech.

The style of posting on incels.co resembles 4chan, as it is a third iteration of 4chan's r9k board, with the banned /r/incels being the second iteration. Its style of posting is impersonal, fast, jokey, and at times sociopathic, again like 4chan. Incels.is has been known for its incels.is megathreads and cold approach diaries. Discussion of illegal activities is against site rules[1] and the user-generated forum content is publicly viewable on an easily accessible and Google-indexed clearnet address.

Incels.co has strong rules against bragging, and a solid registration process. Users must include the reason why they want to join, as well as not use VPN's or proxies in order to avoid letting in spammers and alternate accounts of already banned users.

Although because of this process bans on incels.co are very hard to avoid, there is a ban appeal section for users who believe their warnings have been unfair or who want a second chance.

Moderators[edit | edit source]

Janitors[edit | edit source]

Significant Users[edit | edit source]

Significant Events[edit | edit source]

First Female Poster[edit | edit source]

On Feburary 22nd, 2018, a user by the name of Chewbacca posted a ban request in the Inceldom discussion thread. In it, Chewbacca stated that she was female this whole time and got away with posting. Her picture, which was shown, fooled many people into thinking she was an ugly man.

Nausea Cagethread[edit | edit source]

User Nausea used to post exclusively on a single thread in the Offtopic section of the site, due to his broken English and spam-like threads earning him many warnings otherwise. The thread was called affectionately by users "Nausea Cagethread".

Ban Appeals[edit | edit source]

The Ban Appeal section of the site is enjoyed by many users as a source of drama or curious encounters between recently banned users and moderators. The mod who issued the last warning which triggered a permanent ban is the one who has the call on whether to give a second chance to the user in question or not. There is a megathread in the Meta section where regular users can discuss the ban of others.

Cliques[edit | edit source]

Numerous cliques have formed on incels.is in the past including Ritalin Defense Force.

LARPgate[edit | edit source]

On June 14th, 2018, user Heightframeface exposed another user, Whogivesafucc, as a larper. User whogivesafucc stated he had "gay(once) and straight sex" at the age of 12-13, and had lost his virginity at 14. Many people became angry at this fact and started to complain and raise their suspicion on other Novembercels, as well as other incels. Later in the thread, another user, Blackletcel, was also exposed as a 5'10.5 light complexed, dyed blond hair Tyrone(or chad of African heritage) who was on a dry streak for 2 years. Before his dry streak, he recalls having a "foid on my[his] dick"(English: woman perform oral sex on him). He also stated he was a volcel because of his rejection of dark skinned african women.

Media Barrage of 2018[edit | edit source]

After the Alek Minassian van attack in Toronto, mainstream media went on a massive media campaign against incel forums consisting of thousands of articles and multiple TV show episodes, specifically against incels.is, despite the fact that Alek Minassian only referenced 4chan.

Domain change from incels.me to incels.is[edit | edit source]

On October 19th, a thread was made [2] explaining the permanent change from domain incels.me to incels.is.

Anniversary[edit | edit source]

On November 7th, 2018, the site became one year old.

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