The media often portrays incels as a serious security risk worldwide. But how much truth is there in these accusations? Naama Kates, producer and creator of the Incel Project podcast, is on the show this week.

In this episode, she explains what are incels and examines the rapid growth of their community online.

Expect to learn what incels really believe, what is the “black pill,” how incels are often falsely connected to the “alt-right” movement, the demographic breakdown of the community, what the media gets wrong when reporting on mass shootings allegedly connected to incels, how incels fit within the broader online manosphere, and much more.


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