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Beatriz Gimeno da "me gusta" a un tweet que califica de "posible agresor sexual" Edu Galán

#14 no pasa nada por informarse antes de hablar poruqe el origen del término es el contrario justamente y ahora ha sido asumido por una "comunidad" que se autodenomina así:
The first online community to use the term "incel" was started in 1993 when a Canadianuniversity student known only by her first name, Alana, created a website in order to discuss her sexual inactivity with others.[4][17][18][19] The website, titled "Alana's Involuntary Celibacy Project",[4] was used by people of all genders to share their thoughts and experiences. In 1997, she started a mailing list on the topic that used the abbreviation INVCEL, later shortened to "incel", for "anybody of any gender who was lonely, had never had sex or who hadn't had a relationship in a long time".[20] During her college career and after, Alana realized she was queer and became more comfortable with her identity. She stopped participating in her online project around 2000[21] and gave the site to a stranger.[18] In 2018, Alana said, "It definitely wasn't a bunch of guys blaming women for their problems.
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incel
#18 ahhh, así que me estás diciendo que se usa como un cumplido....ya...ahá, claro... Conozco el origen y sé que cuando se señala a alguien con él no tiene esa intención. Y tú también lo sabes.

¿Podrían acusarlos de apropiación cultural? :troll:

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