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1 In New York’s most recent issue, Alice Hines revealed how the misogynistic young men who call themselves incels (for “involuntarily celibate”) are going under the knife to alter their faces and, they hope, their dating prospects (“How Many Bones Would You Break to Get Laid?,” May 27–June 9). The actor Jimmy Wong called the story “eye-opening.” Amanda Marcotte tweeted, “The inclusion of photos that incels post of themselves is super-helpful … It removes all doubt that their actual

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