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What is Soyjak Party?

Soyjak Party is a website that skyrocketed in popularity.

It’s known as Soyjak.Party, The Party, The Arty, or Soy Spinoff.

It was founded by Soot, who is an alt-right conspiracy theorist.

The site is an imageboard that’s dedicated to Soyjak and data mining.

It has hundreds of posts every hour and is an English-speaking community.

The community was first promoted on 4Chan as a joke imageboard before it went viral.

In this guide, you’ll learn what is Soyjak.Party, who founded it, what is a Soyjak, its variants, and more.

What is Soyjak Party?

Soyjak Party (soyjak.party) is an imageboard website dedicated to Soyjak posting.

The website was founded by Soot, an alt-right conspiracy theorist and a 4Chan user.

It has multiple categories including “q”, “soy”, “qa”, “tech”, “int”, and more.

On 4Chan’s /qa/, Soot announced that he made an imageboard with the caption, “basedjaks must be in every thread”.

Yuri “Kuz” Kuznetsov purchased the website from Soot on July 2022.

The deal was done publicly on July 16 and 17 in 2022 in pinned question-and-answer threads.

Soot still owned the Soyjak Wiki and OnionsBooru was transferred to Kuz.

Since its launch, the website has been taken down on several occasions due to illegal material being uploaded.

The site was permanently shut down on January 13, 2022, but it returned with a new host.

The culture of the website is thriving, and united, but has dramatic disagreements.

According to Soot, he created Soyjak Party as a joke and did not expect it to get so popular.

As of February 2023, the website has over  2.6 million posts.

Anyone can post without having to create an account.

However, the site has multiple rules including no illegal materials, spam, viruses, Discord drama, advertising, false reports, and avatars.

Along with Soyjak Party, Soot created Soyjak Wiki to provide information about Soyjaks.

The wiki contains community-driven knowledge that has independently fact-checked and peer-reviewed information.

What is a Soyjak or Wojack?

A Soyjak is an effeminate or nerdy man, also known as a Soy Boy.

On the other hand, Wojack is a man with a sad expression.

According to the Soyjak Wiki, a Wojack is classified under NAS (Not a Soyjak) because it lacks the characteristics of a Soyjak.

Soyjaks are originally used to mock the nerdy culture, specifically men who play the Nintendo Switch.

Now, it’s a stereotype of pop-culture-obsessed and nerdy men with leftist political views.

For instance, they support the LGBTQ movement, equality, body positivity, inclusiveness, and others.

They are usually aged between 20 and 30, are balding, have short beards, and wear glasses.

Some of them are overweight, hate exercising, and lack ambition.

The original Soyjak was inspired by Soy Boys—men who look and act like them.

Soyjak variants

There are multiple variants of the original Soyjak.

The original Soyjak mocks effeminate or leftist men while Chudjak/Poljak mocks right-wing /pol/ users.

It’s known as the classic Soyjak variant, which was first posted by a Swede on December 2017 on /int/.

The main variants include Wojack, Cobsun, Mariplier Soyjak, Feraljak, Gapejak, Bernd, A24 Slow-Burn Soyjak, and Impish Soyak Ears.

There are also other variants, sub-variants, art forms, and NAS (Not a Soyjak).

Soyjaks were created after an illustration of two balding men with glasses posing for a selfie with open mouths.

The illustration was submitted to the /pol/ board on 4Chan titled, “The Nu-Male open mouth”.

Since then, multiple other Soyjak illustrations were shared on 4Chan to mock the nerd culture and men with gaping mouths.

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