My current research project examines the ways that non-white men of the involuntary celibate (incels) online community construct their race in their engagements with other incels. Central to this inquiry involves exploring the interactions between race, ethnicity, class, sexuality, and gender within the digital infrastructures of the various platforms that the online community in question resides in. The warrant of this study is driven by the popular and increasingly academic notion that the men who create content in these online spaces can be defined exclusively as “young, angry white men.” I argue this association runs the risk of becoming normative at the expense of a clearer understanding of the misogyny that characterizes these spaces.