No, it’s forcing people to respond in a particular way to a logical fallacy. Your premise is fundamentally flawed. It’s like asking someone allergic to peanuts to choose between creamy and chunky. They would literally die if they had either one, but somehow it’s important that they choose which poison or they are “hiding” their true feelings? It’s absurd. This question isn’t clever. It’s an attempt to manipulate people into confirming your biases.