Dr. E. Fuller Torrey (psychiatrist)
|Dr. E. Fuller Torrey (psychiatrist)|
|Birth:||September 6, 1937|
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Dr. E. Fuller Torrey is in charge of the largest advocacy group for promoting a brain-disease-centered model of human actions, as well as the largest advocate of forced psychiatry.
In some sense he is the ultimate villain in regards to societies treatment of incels. Incels have a condition that is caused (mostly) by society, but incels are often forced into therapy to self-correct the symptoms of inceldom. The idea being that incels have a brain disease (depression, schizophrenia, and/or social anxiety disorder) rather than being part of the collateral damage of the destruction of local communities and arranged partnerships.
E. Fuller believes that his brain-diseased model is correct because there is an empirically identifiable cause of many brain disorders: cats. He believes cats spread diseases which cause severe mental illness (see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxoplasma_gondii#Immune_response_and_behaviour_alterations), and that this justifies his position. (It wouldn't regardless if it's true or not) (see end of this video)
E. Fuller helped build NAMI, currently the largest mental health group in America, through the royalties of one of his books.
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