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Femcel Test

Femcels, the female counterpart to incels, operate in online communities where they discuss difficulties in attaining sexual relationships. Studies have identified various aspects of femcel culture, such as sexual frustration, blaming society for women’s grievances, and holding negative views of men. This test explores attitudes and beliefs consistent with femceldom.

Do you hold beliefs commonly associated with femcels? To take the test, enter your input below.

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Even men with obvious shortcomings still expect to land a conventionally attractive partner, and it’s harmful that the media supports them in this.

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The IDRLabs Femcel Test is inspired by psychometric methodology and research into femceldom conducted by Evans et al. at the University of Alabama. IDRLabs is not affiliated with institutions or authors.

The test provides feedback such as the following:

Sexual Frustration: Profound discontent and distress associated with the inability to establish meaningful romantic or sexual relationships. This factor measures the longing for connection and the emotional impact of persistent rejections or unsatisfying encounters. It underscores the importance of intimacy and the negative psychological effects stemming from its absence, highlighting the deep sense of isolation and dissatisfaction that arise when the desire for companionship and affection remains unfulfilled.

Personal Grievances: Perceived societal and personal barriers that hinder femcels from forming romantic or sexual relationships. This factor encompasses the challenges and frustrations arising from societal expectations, beauty standards, and the internalization of these pressures. It reflects on how societal norms and personal insecurities compound the difficulties of engaging in satisfying romantic relationships, underscoring the struggle against both external and internal forces that many femcels go through.

Non-aggressive Empowerment: A focus on positive self-growth and community support as strategies to cope with the challenges of involuntary celibacy. This factor highlights the importance placed on constructive responses to celibacy, focusing on empowerment through self-improvement, mutual support, and advocacy for peaceful dialogue. This facet is critical in understanding how femcels seek to navigate their circumstances through non-violent means, fostering environments that encourage healing, understanding, and empowerment amidst shared struggles.

Female-centric Perspectives: Stressing women’s unique experiences and challenges in the context of celibacy and dating. This factor emphasizes the importance of recognizing and addressing the specific difficulties faced by women, advocating for greater understanding and representation of female perspectives in societal discourse. It reflects the desire for discussions and solutions that are inclusive of women's experiences, acknowledging the often overlooked or minimized struggles that women encounter in seeking romantic and sexual fulfillment.

Focus on Beauty Standards: Femcel communities often discuss the pressure women face to look perfect according to what society considers attractive. This pressure can be intense and make them feel like they need to change their appearance to find love or intimacy. Some femcels try to meet these standards through things like makeup, fashion choices, or even cosmetic surgery. This highlights the complex situation they face: wanting to reject these pressures while also feeling judged for not conforming. It shows a struggle for acceptance and connection in a world they see as overly focused on looks.

The Femcel Test is inspired by psychometric methodology and research by Evans et al. from the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Alabama. While the Femcel Test is inspired by psychometric methodology and scientific research, it cannot be used to provide clinical assessments or an accurate evaluation of your personality. Clinical assessments should always be done in cooperation with a mental health professional. For more information about any of our online tests and quizzes, please consult our Terms of Service.

Why Use This Test?

1. Free. The Femcel Test is provided to you free of charge and allows you to obtain your scores related to femcel traits.

2. Statistical controls. Test scores are logged into an anonymized database. Statistical analysis of the test is conducted to ensure maximum accuracy and validity of the test scores.

3. Made by professionals. The present test has been made with the input of people who work professionally in psychology and individual differences research.