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.
Jan Deichmohle has been self-described as advocating for what he calls male, “losers”, since the 1980s, even before the term incel came about. His first books in the 1980s purported to deal with the incel problem. Jan documented feminist censorship from critical perspectives from before the First World War until today. His books document what he calls male, “losers”, incels, dumped fathers, dumped ex-husbands paying child support, and ex-boyfriends. In the 1980s, one topic was the proposal to found a kind of community or union of women for rejected men. These novels about male losers could therefore be of interest to incels.
According to Deichmohle's arguments, male, “losers”, are the most oppressed group in society and they are subject to the strongest taboos and forces of repression, as Deichmohle's non-fiction books claim to show. Jan usually proposes monogamy as the ultimate solution to inceldom.
Jan describes male, “losers”, as excluded from empathy. He frequently references modern evolutionary biology (see Steve Moxon) and evopsych. Deichmohle is a good gener (a fairly incelphobic position), and asserts that male sex acts as a filter for genes, which is why, “losers”, are excluded from reproduction according to Jan.
"The oppression of men"
Jan argues that feminism has exacerbated incelsdom. Deichmohles book The oppression of men fantasizes about overthrowing a feminist order. In the book, Jan claims the origin of civilization, monogamy, the state, and society was due to incels overthrowing an, "oppressive matriarchy". Jan argues that even today incels can play an important role in overcoming the, "feminist dictatorship of opinion".
Jan has a very active Twitter account. Nothing more will be said about this...