A youngcel is a teen who is too young to be put into the inceldom spectrum but has some early warning signs.
A youngcel may have some of the characteristics that put them at risk of entering the inceldom spectrum in the future, such as living in a prudishly erotophobic household consisting of a single helicopter parent, being a mouth breather and being autistic. Youngcels have become vastly more common in the past two decades as summarized in the demographics article. A youngcel may also happen to have a higher sex drive than others and hence experience sexlessness as a greater burden. Or a youncel may have fast LH friends who already have sex which may provoke envy.
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Today, about half of U.S. 12th graders have never dated, which presents a substantial change in the past decades. This change affects both girls and boys to the same degree. However, it should be noted that generations that grew up during the post-WWII economic boom, boomers and Gen Xers, were special and had particularly early marriages (and likely also onset of sexual activity) compared to earlier generations. While people do presently marry and have sex comparably late, it is not unheard of that people only marry in their mid- to late twenties in human history, though for women, first marriage was typically under the age of 25. Though contemporary youth may still be exceptionally "sterile" as evidenced by the falling rates of teen pregnancies (which may not entirely be explained by greater adoption of contraceptives).
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- Studies in the psychology of sex. Vol. 5: Appendix: Histories of sexual development. P. 230: Personal anecdotes by men and women (mostly normies) about their sexual development in the late 19th century Britain (quite lewd).