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Mary Sue Rejection Hotline is a messaging service which will allow women to divert unwanted attention from men. It helps women avoid persistent annoyance.


The majority of women have been in a situation when an unrelenting man won’t take no for an answer when it comes to getting a phone number or a date. While asking for your number can often be the start of something great, rejecting someone can come with a lot of fear especially when it’s a stranger at a bar.

Some men will see you as a challenge and try to change your mind, while others might even become hostile. Enter, the Mary Sue Rejection Hotline.

No More Awkward Encounters 

The Mary Sue Rejection Hotline was created for people who were sick of giving incessant, insistent strangers their actual number. This automated service sends a response to the person who asked for your number and tells them that they’ve made you feel uncomfortable.

If they call the number ((646) 926-6614 – a US number) they will reach a voice message, and if they text it they will receive a reply one hour later – giving you enough time to flee.

Persistence is Not Always the Key

In both instances, the message will say, “Oh hello there. 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. K THANKS.”
TMS Rejection Hotline is not the first of its kind. As New York Magazine points out, there was a similar service simply called the Rejection Hotline in the early 2000s, which gave a campy message to anyone who called the fake number.

Time for Change

If you want to get creative with it, there are plenty of other rejection hotline numbers you can give to creepy people who won’t leave you alone.

While it is admittedly frustrating that a service like this needs to exist, it is an all-too-common scenario that many when experience when they go out. Although it may not be a long-term solution to a cultural problem it can make saying no a lot easier when feeling uneasy with a stranger.

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