Beethoven, an Incel? Fact-Checking Incels’ Claims of Their Historic Icons

Incels allege everyone from Nikola Tesla to Sir Isaac Newton to Charles Bukowski were one of their own. Scholars, however, beg to differ

The Feds Took Credit for Nailing an Incel Terrorist. Do They Deserve It?

How big charges and splashy headlines rewrote the story of a foiled mass shooting

The Perils of Tracking Incels with Predictive Policing Tools

A recent study examines how TRAP-18 can be used to identify incel killers before they strike. But some experts say this is just a new spin on a tactic that’s proven to be a dangerous and biased failure

What Could an ‘Incel Curriculum’ for Students Look Like?

The U.K. wants teachers to talk to their students about the harms of incel culture. But can they really combat the pull of online forums for disaffected young men?