A NEETcel is someone who feels VERY entitled, to EVERYTHING in life. Other people ought to provide him with a cozy living, a nice income, entertainment, and a willing sex-slave. The notion that he himself, ought to organize his own life, take care of his own needs, is preposterous to him.
The point of working, is to provide for oneself, to pay for one’s living, food, transport, hobbies, and to start saving for ones pension. That’s about it.
“Beta” is a stupid misconception of wolves in captivity. Humans are not wolves in captivity.
Many people are discriminated against in the workplace, for being women or people of color, for example.
If you’re good at your work, your looks will seldom matter. This was the chairman of the Gothenburg municipality (Sweden’s second-largest city) for many years, often called Gothenburg’s Strong Man:
(Oh, and he was married and had a daughter who’s now also a politician.)
Both Education and Training, and Employment to some extent, can be done from home, then no-one will know what you look like. Looks, therefore, is no reason whatsoever, for keeping out of the workforce, or for failing to be a productive member of society.
Chads and Stacies don’t exist. Normies PROPORTIONALLY benefit from taxes; as they are the large majority, they ought to benefit from the majority of taxes. If you don’t benefit, it’s probably because you are pulling away from normal life.
Single mothers are single because the father is not there to care for his child/ren. If more men shared custody, or paid child-support and alimony, there would be fewer single mothers on welfare. (Joint custody is the norm, though, at least in Sweden, and most single fathers DO take half the responsibility and half the cost (but ALL the joy of being a parent).)
You ought to be in favor of affordable contraceptives and abortions, if you don’t like single mothers on welfare.
I was never invited to any “hooking u” parties either. The first guy I kissed and had sex with is the one I still share my life with. I’m involuntary childless. Nevertheless, I’m intelligent enough to realize that if I want someone to take care of me when I’m old and/or sick, there needs to be childcare, healthcare and education for today’s children, so that there will be professionals available in 20, 30, 40 years.
I send a monthly sum to Doctors Without Borders, to the Red Cross and to UNICEF, and I’m still a tax-paying member of the Swedish Church even though I’m an atheist. Funnily enough, I see no problem with paying rent for a random person you don’t know, halfway across the world, if you have the means. If only you knew the joy of being helpful to other people…
Society rather feels that the incels have rejected us.