The Incel Project (Documentary)

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We are respecting your desire to keep ledes to your doc off the wiki, by allowing your edits through. However, your documentary is the only good documentary on incel people out there. Are you going to release it at some point? Thank you. Interest in your doc has exceeded 94,000 people on Youtube at this point. Thanks, and thanks for making the doc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBR2y2KJr6A WikiSysop (talk) 08:50, 18 September 2022 (EDT)

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The Incel Project is an unreleased, possibly unfinished documentary. 13 individual clips were uploaded by the creator to blip.tv from June 28, 2008, to January 29, 2012. On August 20, 2015, blip.tv shut down, losing all known footage of the documentary with the exception of two clips that were re-uploaded to DailyMotion on two separate accounts by seemingly random people.

Sociologist Laura Carpenter

Footage[edit]

No one has found an archived version of the blip.tv clips on webarchive. Thumbnails exist from webarchive which shows release details of 10 of the 13 clips. The following clips were available on blip.tv:

  • An IncelSupport member in their early 40s
  • A white male IncelSupport forum member in his late 30s
  • A black female IncelSupport member in her mid 30s (Sogwa from incelsupport.org), who created a singles group in Maryland linked on the main page. IncelSupport often had meetups in Maryland, at least 5 times.
  • A white female IncelSupport forum member in her late 30s
  • Talmer Shockley
  • 'Two Friends'
  • a white gay man in his late 40s,
  • An Asian or Hispanic looking male college student
  • Dr. Gilmartin,
  • A 'Texas Interview'
  • sociologist 'Dr. Carpenter'
  • 'Draft #1', and
  • 'Draft #2'

Laura Carpenter[edit]

It's not 100% known who, "sociologist Laura Carpenter" was in the doc, but probably the one who wrote Virginity Lost: An Intimate Portrait of First Sexual Experiences. In 2002, she did research on male/female virginity and stigma. The interview with her is 13 minutes long. According to a forum post from someone who saw the clip, they saw it as reasonably interesting even if somewhat disheartening at times. They said she talks about involuntary celibacy leading to more involuntary celibacy since the individual's self esteem is lowered the longer he or she lives with it, and possible partners being turned off by the seeming oddity of an older virgin.

Essentially, Laura believed there was an, "on-time" to have a sexual debut, and trying to have it during, "off-time", could create issues.[1]

Possible ledes[edit]

There is link on a german forum to a Youtube channel which used to possibly contain the full documentary.

Screens of Blip.tv webarchive[edit]

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