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, which discusses male-dominating behavior, was a constant point of reference during d.bot’s development.

(Collinsworth said is definitely a bit of a mansplainer). For her, comments from men not only tread gender issues but also incorporate race. ” and “I dated someone who kind of looks like you.” You can also submit your own examples of what guys have said to you.

“I think we were almost jokingly talking about what kind of person could we emulate who doesn’t necessarily listen to what a person is typing to them, kind of used a bunch of pre-canned lines all the time and would kind of reflect a certain type of behavior,” Collinsworth told .

” I responded politely but cautiously with a “hey.” He told me I had a pretty name, and then he asked me what I do for fun.

You know, the dude who’s creeping on you at the bar or messaging you on Tinder until you unmatch him.

is like Smarter Child of the AOL Instant Messenger days, except he responds to you with pickup lines, back-handed compliments, sexual advances and the repertoire of an unaware misogynist.

They're the kind that don't seem offensive on the surface, so d.bot’s messages range from innocuous to extreme.

The creators’ hope is that people can engage with long enough to bridge the gap between the two.

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