Ideas are what common people think ideas area. No need to pull out a definition out of my ass.
>Blah blah personal responsability is liberal
Nigga, it's basically fending off for yourself instead of wanting gibs. Shit's unfair as fuck. Personal responsibility is recognizing this fact and fucking clawing for your survival (and if you're not retarded, you advocate for it's destruction). Incel ideology is crying about one small aspect of the current state of affairs with shoulders crossed, where the only praxis is spreading hateful ideology. Peak lumpen-shit.
Rest of your post just shows you misunderstand society, which I suspect is because you don't have a good social life (because of capitalism) and live in the realm of ideas (because you choose to be retarded).
>Alienation from work
That's just one form of alienation. The rest is bullshit since you misunderstood what alienation entails.
>Skills only exist in video games
This is peak hyperreality.
<Socializing isn't a videogame where you can grind more and "earn" your way into a higher level.
I had to quote it again, I love post-modern/cyberpunk stuff and this shit is art.
social skills =/= good personality/wokeness/nice guy/bad boy/etc
Unbelievable I have to even write that sentence down, but I'm on an albanian bird watching forum, so I guess it's not that surprising.
>Women signal attraction to men just as men signal attraction to women
I am blown away by this revelation.
Nigga, I'm short, a lil fat, brown, wear glasses, have very close-together eyes, dry hair, I could go on with the list of genetic imperfections, but I don't play pity Olympics.
The biggest difference is I have a solid sense of self-worth and I don't let my self-worth be derived from or diminished by looks or other superficial garbage (including money, which I don't have). Yeah, I get rejected sometimes, but I'm more likely to get whom I want than much more attractive and richer friends.
The other difference, not as big, is that I'm constantly improving my social skills by engaging in them frequently. Social skills are kind of like exercise, if you don't engage in them you lose "strength" really quickly, but you can regain them shortly after. It's also like exercise in the sense that you need to actually do it, and can't merely read about strength training, although it certainly helps a lot to educate yourself (on socializing as well as exercise stuff).
I wasn't always like this. I decided to change because I hated being such a loser. Slowly realized that you just kind of just project that you're cool and people perceive you as that. Next step in that realization was that socially perceived "coolness" is just a bunch of signifiers and projecting self-worth. Started taking care of myself and my "coolness" really improved.
A big pitfall though. Having a strong self worth has made me less worried about weight, personal hygiene, and fashion, which ironically hindered my growing "coolness". I've noticed very "cool" people have more fragile self-worth and hence supplement that fragility with looking good. The contradiction here is resolved with putting in the extra effort to look good for the sake of others (and to possibly engage in flirtation) but not deriving your self worth from that (nor the amount of sex you have of course, that's fragile).
I know you hate yourself a lot, so this isn't for you.
I hope it helps others though.