|Birth:||October 21, 1988|
By including this public figure on this wiki, we are not necessarily implying they are incel (involuntarily celibate) or are in any way associated with incels. Furthermore, with regards to any actual incels listed on this wiki, inceldom is a life circumstance, not an insult or a movement/community.
Contrapoints or Natalie Wynn is a popular, male-to-female transsexual, BreadTube vlogger and “champagne” “socialist” whose main claim to fame is comparing the plight of incels with that of transsexualism.
In a 2018 vlog, she expressed explicit and mild sympathy for incel people, saying such people have an understandably bad experience on online dating. This became one of her most popular videos, and amassed over 3 million views. She's also talked about notable incel people such as Christine Weston Chandler.
Contrapoints considers herself a feminist.
According to her, the blackpill is a death cult because it is often self-descirbed “suicifuel/ropefuel” or LDAR encouragement.
Contrapoints urged incel people to leave all incel forums. She also gave a rundown of the differences between the redpill and the blackpill. After this point, she was integral in greatly forming many incel people and de-radicalizing (or rather, re-radicalizing) many redpill and blackpill incel people. This video may have partially led to creating movements such as the purplepill.
In her video “men”, she criticizes aspects of toxic masculinity, male insecurity, and pick-up artists, but also explains that women (especially white women) themselves are often misandrists, and hold significant negative bias against minorities, and mentally-ill people. She also explains that a solution to the issues facing men may actually be some form of men's rights movement, however explains that on the left, men's rights activism is a serious taboo especially when it conflicts with the mainstream ideals of feminism. Contrapoints concludes that she has no answers for the plight of incel people, and that incel people will have to find their own answers.
She is known to be a very popular breadtuber, and is followed by many young teenagers.
Although some of her fans will claim that they want to help incel people and reach common ground, this is often only through forcing them to abandon their self-identification and become a feminist drone.
She is also friends with many incelphobic breadtubers such as Vaush Take of that what you will...
She otherwise does not like Jordan Peterson and made a video making fun of Jordan for trying to conflate Marxism with postmodernism, when both were rival academic camps with mostly opposite ideologies (grand narrative vs. rejection of grand narratives).