A queercel is an involuntary celibate who is queer, i.e. not heterosexual or cisgender. Queercels are relatively common in the queer community due the the social marginalization associated with noncompliance to sexual and/or gender norms. Despite the queer community claiming to be a space where all are welcome, there is rampant transphobia, terf-ism, and disinclusion of many who don't fit the stereotypical image of gay male or lesbian female.
Non-binary Queercels[edit | edit source]
Non-binary queercels particularly struggle in finding a mate due to their inability to commit to a gender. They often struggle with their gender presentation, and are unprepared for the negative response they receive from potential sexual partners when the reveal their identity. Sometimes non-binary queercels enter a stasis in their sexual appetite, as their body can be at odds with their gender identity (or lack thereof).
Ace Queercels[edit | edit source]
Asexual queercels occupy a unique space on the sexual and incel spectrum. Ace queercels are asexual people who want to have the experience of sex despite the fact that they may not experience sexual attraction to their partner. Naturally, this is challenging to achieve without feigning interest in a potential mate and being relatively attractive.