J meeks fallacy
The J meeks fallacy is a fallacy that claims that a lack of personality causes inceldom. The term derives from the model Jeremy Meeks. The fallacy was named after Jeremy Meeks because he disproves the notion that you need to have a good personality to receive female attention. Meeks was a convicted felon, yet women were all over him, and his images went viral regardless of his obnoxious and criminal past.
It could also be argued that Meeks’ sociopathic tendencies combined with his superlative good looks actually endeared him more to women, with there being much evidence that women are attracted towards dark triad personality traits, and men who commit criminal acts.
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