I have sex with incels and then discard them. I get off on it.

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In my computer science classes, there's a guy, let's call him "Jay." He fits the stereotype of the nerdy "incel" to a tee—too skinny, not easy on the eyes, awkward, and deep into his programming and gaming hobbies. He's the kind of guy who's mostly invisible in the social scene and totally inexperienced with women.
We started chatting casually after class, and it was glaringly obvious that he hadn't had much interaction with women, much less any romantic experiences. He complained about how sad and lonely he is and how he’s a kissless virgin. There's something about this type of guy—the overlooked and undervalued—that I find irresistibly attractive, or more accurately, it's a power trip for me. So, I made a move and invited him over to my dorm room one evening.
The night unfolded as you might expect. For Jay, the attention from someone like me—a woman who is often described as extremely attractive—must have been overwhelming. We ended up sleeping together. To me, it was an experience, a notch on my belt. To him, it might have been much more. I even let him cum inside me without a condom.
After our encounter, Jay didn’t take the hint that it was just a one-time thing. He bombarded me with messages, seeking more of my attention, clearly more attached than I anticipated. His clinginess started to irritate me, and in a moment of frustration and perhaps cruelty, I snapped. I told him that what we had was probably the only sexual experience he would ever have, and then I blocked him.
This isn’t the first time I’ve done this. I tend to seek out virgins or socially awkward men, have my fun, and then discard them when they become too much for me. There’s a thrill in being their first and knowing I'm likely their only. It boosts my ego, gives me a sense of control. I know this might be damaging to them, but the truth is, there’s a part of me that enjoys it—the power, the dominance. I get off thinking about them crying to sleep at night, knowing I’ll be the only woman who ever showed them love, but they’ll never ever touch me again. They’ll probably remember me for the rest of their pathetic lives. I showed them a glimpse of love and sex and then snatched it away from them 😊 For the whole rest of their lives they’ll painfully know what they’re missing out on.
I am sharing this not because I’m seeking advice on how to change or make amends. I'm not sure I want to change. This behavior is a dark part of who I am, and I'm oddly at peace with that.

 
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thats like so feministic dude
 
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tales
 
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In my computer science classes, there's a guy, let's call him "Jay." He fits the stereotype of the nerdy "incel" to a tee—too skinny, not easy on the eyes, awkward, and deep into his programming and gaming hobbies. He's the kind of guy who's mostly invisible in the social scene and totally inexperienced with women.
We started chatting casually after class, and it was glaringly obvious that he hadn't had much interaction with women, much less any romantic experiences. He complained about how sad and lonely he is and how he’s a kissless virgin. There's something about this type of guy—the overlooked and undervalued—that I find irresistibly attractive, or more accurately, it's a power trip for me. So, I made a move and invited him over to my dorm room one evening.
The night unfolded as you might expect. For Jay, the attention from someone like me—a woman who is often described as extremely attractive—must have been overwhelming. We ended up sleeping together. To me, it was an experience, a notch on my belt. To him, it might have been much more. I even let him cum inside me without a condom.
After our encounter, Jay didn’t take the hint that it was just a one-time thing. He bombarded me with messages, seeking more of my attention, clearly more attached than I anticipated. His clinginess started to irritate me, and in a moment of frustration and perhaps cruelty, I snapped. I told him that what we had was probably the only sexual experience he would ever have, and then I blocked him.
This isn’t the first time I’ve done this. I tend to seek out virgins or socially awkward men, have my fun, and then discard them when they become too much for me. There’s a thrill in being their first and knowing I'm likely their only. It boosts my ego, gives me a sense of control. I know this might be damaging to them, but the truth is, there’s a part of me that enjoys it—the power, the dominance. I get off thinking about them crying to sleep at night, knowing I’ll be the only woman who ever showed them love, but they’ll never ever touch me again. They’ll probably remember me for the rest of their pathetic lives. I showed them a glimpse of love and sex and then snatched it away from them 😊 For the whole rest of their lives they’ll painfully know what they’re missing out on.
I am sharing this not because I’m seeking advice on how to change or make amends. I'm not sure I want to change. This behavior is a dark part of who I am, and I'm oddly at peace with that.


I wouldn’t complain, that’s a free escort. But anyway this story was def made by a guy jfl
 
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Tales from the deepest torture room in Arkham Asylum
 
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4077864 mumbai writers
 
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I do the same and am man 💪
 
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erotica for IT pajeets
 
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Why can't this shit happen to me
 
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why cant i meet a girl like this???
 
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Tales from the lobotomy patient clinic
 
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why cant i meet a girl like this???
It was written by a man. It's not how women think at all, unless she's obese and has self esteem issues.

If she thinks of the guy as that sad and pathetic, she won't be attracted to him, especially if he's' not physically attractive on top of that.
 
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Sounds fake af but have y’all seen the girls in computer classes though? Ugly. I don’t believe it.
 
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A faggot typed that
 
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XD
 
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literal creative writing
 
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If she thinks of the guy as that sad and pathetic, she won't be attracted to him, especially if he's' not physically attractive on top of tha
women are pure evil
 
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Why did I read this in the most Stacy voice in existence
 
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It was written by a man. It's not how women think at all, unless she's obese and has self esteem issues.

If she thinks of the guy as that sad and pathetic, she won't be attracted to him, especially if he's' not physically attractive on top of that.
yeah women don't write that eloquently
 
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Tales from the deepest depths of Asylum.
 
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This was a really good story.

Reminds me a bit of when I was in psyche ward (not the time I was in sectioned wing).

There was a white dude there who worked some administrative finance type role in some stationary company. He was lanklet, like 180cm, sub5 but not incel and had zero thickness. Told me how once a foid spoke to him in slug and lettuce at after work drinks, and he high iq got her number through someone else and went fo4 coffee with her. Then he got obsessed with her but she didn't want to see him again.
 
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In my computer science classes, there's a guy, let's call him "Jay." He fits the stereotype of the nerdy "incel" to a tee—too skinny, not easy on the eyes, awkward, and deep into his programming and gaming hobbies. He's the kind of guy who's mostly invisible in the social scene and totally inexperienced with women.
We started chatting casually after class, and it was glaringly obvious that he hadn't had much interaction with women, much less any romantic experiences. He complained about how sad and lonely he is and how he’s a kissless virgin. There's something about this type of guy—the overlooked and undervalued—that I find irresistibly attractive, or more accurately, it's a power trip for me. So, I made a move and invited him over to my dorm room one evening.
The night unfolded as you might expect. For Jay, the attention from someone like me—a woman who is often described as extremely attractive—must have been overwhelming. We ended up sleeping together. To me, it was an experience, a notch on my belt. To him, it might have been much more. I even let him cum inside me without a condom.
After our encounter, Jay didn’t take the hint that it was just a one-time thing. He bombarded me with messages, seeking more of my attention, clearly more attached than I anticipated. His clinginess started to irritate me, and in a moment of frustration and perhaps cruelty, I snapped. I told him that what we had was probably the only sexual experience he would ever have, and then I blocked him.
This isn’t the first time I’ve done this. I tend to seek out virgins or socially awkward men, have my fun, and then discard them when they become too much for me. There’s a thrill in being their first and knowing I'm likely their only. It boosts my ego, gives me a sense of control. I know this might be damaging to them, but the truth is, there’s a part of me that enjoys it—the power, the dominance. I get off thinking about them crying to sleep at night, knowing I’ll be the only woman who ever showed them love, but they’ll never ever touch me again. They’ll probably remember me for the rest of their pathetic lives. I showed them a glimpse of love and sex and then snatched it away from them 😊 For the whole rest of their lives they’ll painfully know what they’re missing out on.
I am sharing this not because I’m seeking advice on how to change or make amends. I'm not sure I want to change. This behavior is a dark part of who I am, and I'm oddly at peace with that.


Definition of Jezebel
 
She won't enjoy it when one of them snaps and kills her
 
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