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An Ornithocheirus being a locationcel.

A locationcel is someone whose location or living conditions are the primary cause of their inceldom. Such a person may be living with strict parents or roommates, a place that lacks transportation, or an area with an imbalanced sex ratio (incelville).

Two notable and well known self-described locationcels were BrendioEEE , Enlil/slut and Zesto. Elliot Rodger has also sometimes been viewed as a locationcel, inasmuch as he was trying to use his fancy car, sunglasses, etc. to impress blonde girls in California, where he would face competition from numerous Chads. College towns such as Gainesville, Fl or Ann Arbor MI are notably easier to slay for normies because women (even if they aren't in college) think they are in college and are more likely to slut around.

United Arab Emirates[edit | edit source]

The most obvious example of a pervasive presence of locationcels is the United Arab Emirates. When you count only those aged at traditional marriagable ages, such as vicenarians, you find roughly 4 males for every female. To make matters worse, these are mostly low-wage labourers who can barely get by, let alone pay women to go on dates with them. To top things off, these workers are mostly referred to as "expats" and have few rights and are separated from mainstream society by being placed mostly in primitive dwelling far from local population centers. They are then bused in during working hours to only to be bused back for when they go to sleep. Once their youthful vigor subsides, their employers terminate their visas and send them back to their countries of origin, which is usually in South Asia.

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Well-known incel categories

Origin & race




Disease & mental









CybercelEscortcelIncompetencelGymcelLocationcelCountrysidecelDenialcelNearcelSemicelNoncelFakecelTruecelVolcelNymphocelMarcelMismatchcelOldcelYoungcelShycelIncelosphere riftsStandardcelStoicelVoicecelWeebcelSistercelProtocelStormFrontcel

See also: Causes of celibacy, and -cel