Far-right white nationalist troll and self-proclaimed incel Nick Fuentes has topped even his own bizarre rhetoric with his latest diatribe about sex.
In a video for his America First internet show, Fuentes claimed that having never had a girlfriend and hence never having sex makes him even more heterosexual than the average heterosexual because all sex is "gay."
It makes absolutely no sense, but if you want to attempt to make heads or tails of it, here's the video.
So-called "incels," or involuntary celibates, are a long-running cohort of the far-right who blame women for the fact that they are not sexually active.
And online incel communities have been a prime venue for recruiting and radicalizing young white men into far-right groups, and were instrumental to the rise of the far-right that led to the election of former Republican President Donald Trump.
Even among this already extreme and strange demographic, Fuentes is an odd figure who seems to take pride in his professed inability to attract women and believes that sexual desire will destroy him.
His most recent diatribe takes this rhetoric to a truly non-sensical, not to mention homophobic, extreme.
In it, Fuentes cited gay mens' habit of mocking his incel status by joking about having dated women as evidence of his hyper-heterosexuality. He told his followers:
"Gay people do date girls all the time."
"All these gay people are coming out and saying, ‘I’ve had more girlfriends than Nick. I’ve had sex with more girls than Nick.'"
"That actually makes me really more heterosexual than anyone."
Fuentes went on to explain that all sexual activity is "gay."
"...[H]onestly, dating women is gay, having sex with women is gay. And having sex with men is gay."
"Really it’s all gay."
"The only really straight heterosexual position is to be an asexual incel. That’s it. That’s all there is."
But wait, it gets weirder.
"Having sex in itself is gay, I think. I think that it’s really a gay act."
"Think about it this way: What’s gayer than being like ‘I need cuddles. I need kisses … I need to spend time with a woman.’ That’s a little sus."
"I think, really, I’m like the straightest guy."
Doesn't this mean that Fuentes is a voluntary celibate? Kind of takes the "in" out of "incel"...
Anyway, if this made absolutely no sense to you, you're not alone. People on social media couldn't figure it out either.
So there you have it, straight men. Turns out you're all gay for liking women. Or something.