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Question #89209 posted on 03/24/2017 11:26 p.m.
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Dear 100 Hour Board,

Have any of you taken the red pill?
https://www.amazon.com/Red-Pill-Blu-ray-Documentary-Cast/dp/B01LTI0BKA
I highly recommend it!

-Manly

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Dear "Manly,"

No, and I don't believe I will, thanks. I feel pretty confident that my rights as a man are not being infringed upon.

-Frère Rubik.

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Dear Self-Proclaimed,

I don't believe in taking in poison in any way, shape, or form into my life, so that will be a resounding no.

~Anathema

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Dear person,

Eyeroll.

-Sheebs

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Dear Toxic Masculinity,

Having just seen Beauty and the Beast over the weekend, the more I read about red pill, the more I'm reminded of a certain character who also blamed a woman for his own actions when she didn't want to be objectified by him (hint: roughly the size of a barge). 
 
Things didn't work out so great for him, romantically or personally. I suggest if you want to have a loving relationship with another person someday, you stay away from this ideology. It's full of angry, spiteful people and, as Anathema said, is poisonous thinking. 
 
Whoever you are, I'm not saying you're a bad person. I don't know why you're attracted to this belief system. Maybe you're hurt. Maybe you're lonely. I don't know you. But stay far away from this. It's not going to bring you happiness. From reading through what you've sent us, it's given me a sick feeling in my stomach believing that people out there can be that hateful. Ideologies based on contempt for other humans are never okay.
 
-Van Goff
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Dear reader,

No. Why are we having these gender wars? Can't we all just get along?

-Sunday Night Banter