The "Frankenstein" effect

Minjaze

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If any of you are familiar with the classic novel Frankenstein, then you're probably familiar with the eponymous monster's story.
The monster starts off benevolent, but is cast out of society due to prejudice. Eventually, it becomes the only thing people saw it as - a monster. 

Think about it, this story mirrors incels perfectly. How does a person become so hateful, so full of rage and bitterness? Did they just wake up one night and decide to be that way just for kicks? No, it was a series of horrible experiences since childhood that lead up to this. 

After trying so hard to create us, society expects us to be "normal"
 
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Thats the worst thing. Treating you like shit all your life without giving you a break, taking every cope away from you, just because you are an incel and then expecting you to be and behave like a normal person.
 

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Minjaze said:
If any of you are familiar with the classic novel Frankenstein, then you're probably familiar with the eponymous monster's story.
The monster starts off benevolent, but is cast out of society due to prejudice. Eventually, it becomes the only thing people saw it as - a monster. 

Think about it, this story mirrors incels perfectly. How does a person become so hateful, so full of rage and bitterness? Did they just wake up one night and decide to be that way just for kicks? No, it was a series of horrible experiences since childhood that lead up to this. 

After trying so hard to create us, society expects us to be "normal"
So true my dude. There are IRL examples like dogs.. Will a dog act kind to someone if it has been abused his whole life? no.
[video=youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3aFfz-2jEY[/video]
 
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Minjaze said:
If any of you are familiar with the classic novel Frankenstein, then you're probably familiar with the eponymous monster's story.
The monster starts off benevolent, but is cast out of society due to prejudice. Eventually, it becomes the only thing people saw it as - a monster. 

Think about it, this story mirrors incels perfectly. How does a person become so hateful, so full of rage and bitterness? Did they just wake up one night and decide to be that way just for kicks? No, it was a series of horrible experiences since childhood that lead up to this. 

After trying so hard to create us, society expects us to be "normal"
I guess women do understand the 'struggle' (whatever that is) then. Well, the author did when she wrote it at the very least.
 

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