Stacies Appropriating Femceldom and Why we SHOULD Gatekeep
This is something i've wanted to talk about for ages, but never really had the right way to say it.
I know people are going to be offended because i'm going to defend gatekeeping- but after seeing the influx of stacies claiming to be femcels on various subs and seeking attention, i think you'll understand what I mean.
in this post i'm not just talking about the femcel community though- i'll also be talking about e-girls in general and how they attention-seek in various corners of the internet.
now i do have a problem with gatekeeping, because a lot of moids tend to assume women can't have hobbies without being attention whores. that's wrong.
and what i'm also going to say is "nOt AlL StACieS!!" - hot girls can genuinely be interested in gaming, politics, anime, etc; and not be attention seekers.
so with that out of the way, let's begin...
What do i mean by 'Attention Seeker'?
let's compare two stacies:
Stacy 1: likes gaming. talks about gaming on her twitter account. doesn't self identify as a "gamer girl" and base her personality on it, just plays games.
Stacy 2: "teehee i'm such a GAMER" - doesn't really talk about gaming, but uses it to kind of build her brand/identity on. this is hard to explain, but she uses it to attention seek/brag. it's like this artificial quirk that she bases her personality on to get attention. frequently posts thirst traps in gaming merch, feeds off of male thirst and attention. will use #gamergirl etc;
like i said this is kind of hard to explain and i haven't really been able to put a finger on it. something about certain e-girls just rubs me the wrong way. like just the way they talk with people makes it seem like they always have some kind of alterior motive to attention-seek.
it doesn't matter what subculture she's using for her own personal gain, she always acts the same.
these girls are in almost EVERY corner of the internet, and as soon as a subculture starts to take off, they latch onto is and use it for princess pointsTM.
these are the same types of girls who will appropriate femceldom
and before anyone asks- yes mentalcels are a thing, and yes BDD is a thing. but the difference is that mentalcels 99% of the time aren't confident enough to post pictures of themselves on a public forum and ask for people to rate them. (or risk doxxing for that matter.)
people who do this shit just have this vibe that we pick up on. look at the reactions to the femcel face reveals vs that girl who posted filtered selfies with makeup on. it's all about how you take the picture and how you act.
the femcel face reveals didn't have any makeup on, weren't from a flattering angle and didn't have filters. if someone adds filters they're not looking for advice, they're looking for an ego boost.
they want to be told they're pretty and so they call themselves ugly knowing that's how they'll get free compliments. it's so easy to do, because even a below average girl calling herself ugly will be showered in compliments. because people here are generally nice and don't want others to feel bad about themselves.
the Consequences of Appropriation
the consequence is that true femcels will feel alienated from our own community. people will start to associate femcels with insecure, humble bragging stacies. more stacies will appropriate the femcel label and infest the community with low-quality posts. we'd get more beckies too complaining about their boyfriends and 3 pimples.
femcels will be kicked out of our own communities (look at Vindicta for example.) if we don't actively gate-keep and keep downvoting attention-seeking posts. same goes for out-of touch posts from normies and beckies. there are some good normies here who actually get the pinkpill and are an important part of the community.
Gatekeeping is Based and Pinkpilled
Ultimately we do need gatekeeping. Stacies will think 'Femcel' is just another trendy internet subcultureTM to milk for male validation and e-fame. if we see them even start to appropriate femceldom, we need to be on that shit and disown them.
this is OUR little corner of the internet. the one place where ugly women can freely and openly talk about whatever the fuck they want to. and we're not gonna let Stacy take it from us.