Young men are in trouble, the 'incels' subculture is a case in point

There's a local online community that is based on treating women terribly. PHOTO|FOTOSEARCH

What you need to know:


  • There's a local online community that is based on "reclaiming masculinity."
  • What reclaiming masculinity means includes treating women as terribly as possible and defining maleness based on the most ridiculous of standards

I rewatched one of my favourite movies this week-The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz. I watch it when I need to be inspired on the days when I'm down on my confidence. It's a biopic covering the enigmatic hacktivist and computer scientist who was involved in the creation of RSS Feeds, Creative Commons, and Reddit among other brilliant things. He was one of the smartest men who ever lived. He committed suicide at 26 after he was arrested and he was facing 35 years in jail after he was caught trying to illegally download Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) academic journals.


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