Dating rejection hotline accommodating employees with asperger syndrome
Enter the Mary Sue Rejection Hotline, created (if you couldn’t tell) by the blog the Mary Sue.
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You know what it’s like when a guy asks for your number and just doesn’t get the hint that you’re not interested.
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Instead, you can give him the Mary Sue Rejection Hotline number: (646) 926-6614.
It was created by The Mary Sue, a feminist community and pop culture website. When the guy calls this number, he’ll get a voicemail saying: “Oh hello there. Although there have been other rejection hotlines in the past, the Mary Sue one is the first to provide advice for creepy men on how they need to check their behavior and treat women better. What’s so great about this rejection hotline is that it makes it crystal clear that men who put women in uncomfortable situations are the problem.If you’re hearing this message, you’ve made a woman feel unsafe and/or disrespected.Please learn to take no for an answer and respect women’s emotional and physical autonomy. Some men can really be persistent, rude, and insulting.It’s also sad but true: if you try to tell a guy his actions are creepy or crossing a line, he’s likely to say you’re being crazy or a bitch.If you’re hearing this message, you’ve made a woman feel unsafe and/or disrespected. These men make women feel awkward, upset, and/or infuriated AF.