WGN anchors go off the rails after story about all-male online community

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A WGN Morning News story about a new all-male online community called prompted a hilarious discussion among our male anchors.

Here's the story that anchor Larry Potash:

Guys, are you ready to swear off women, once and for all? A new online community called "Men Going Their Own Way" has already grown to 15,000 members. First rule? No romantic relationships with women, and before you even ask it, no sexual relationships with men, either. Prostitutes are OK though because there's no attachment. The whole notion is for each man to master his own domain, and forge his own path to success. These guys are sick and tired of "feminism." The creators of the community say feminism has reduced most men to mere utilities and their movement is a way for men to take back control."

As you can probably guess, this story was followed by some lively discussion from the male anchors on the Morning Show as well as some eye-rolls from Robin Baumgarten.

Check out the anarchy in the video player above.


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