What is covered in this training?
The online subculture of INCELs (involuntarily celibate), involves a deeply misogynistic worldview which is promoted by
individuals who blame women for their lack of sexual activity. Having emerged from online forums, the INCEL environment
(known as the 'manosphere') is one of toxic masculinity, where misogyny, jealousy, entitlement, and fatalism are the driving forces.
This subculture, promoted by social media influencers, is devoted to conveying a hatred of feminism and women, sometimes resulting in extremely
As today's INCEL influencers are experts at finding and recruiting young boys online, where they are groomed over computer headsets, in gaming
strategy chatrooms, and via viral videos, it is important for all staff in schools and academies to be equipped with the knowledge to challenge misogynistic
- INCEL philosophy & ideology
- The incelosphere and transcultural practices
- Links to racism, right-wing groups, extremism and radicalisation
- The growth of toxic masculinity
- Misogyny on the rise in UK schools
- How young people are groomed into misogyny
- Practical steps for schools and academies