Brutal [STUDY] Involuntary adult virgins often were bullied and ostracized by their peers during childhood
“A 2011 study found that, during late childhood, individuals who matured into involuntary virgins were: more victimized and ridiculed by peers as children, socially withdrawn (preferred to play alone), and also less liked and accepted by their peers.
Get bullied, ostracized, rejected and abused your whole life, finally lose it after years and years and vent saying some mean words on an internet forum, get gaslighted for it and accused of having a bad personality which was from the beginning what made you go through all that.
(Deleted member 8884)
Many studies show a strong statistical relationship between childhood ostracism and being on the receiving end of bullying well into adulthood. Clinical psychology has understood this for decades, but it's in its own best interests to push the agenda of the "maladaptive" individual as the cause of harmful aggressions. Society sure as hell doesn't give a damn about the effects on the lives of those it has happily broken and discarded.
It's called pre-selection lad. When they notice a lack of confidence, they will know that you were ostracized before. And instead of helping you out they conform to what happened to you previously and avoid or bully you as well because in their minds you "must have done something to deserve it". Every single normfag runs by a just world fallacy, and by doing so they justify any further abuse they commit towards you.
Involuntary ostracism, involuntary bullying, involuntary harassment, involuntary celibacy. See a trend here?