I have recently come across this (to me) strange usage of 'or':
Given an option to do some action X with a consequence Y
Do I want to do X or do I want to risk Y?
Specifically, this appears in this article as
do I want the glass of wine or do I want to raise my own risk of breast cancer?
I believe this is simply a mistake and the right connector to be used here should've been and, but it has been suggested to me that this usage is correct. Is that actually the case?
Regarding the duplicate flag
This does not appear to be the same question as the one this is marked a duplicate of. I know about inclusive and exclusive or. This doesn't appear to be either an inclusive or an exclusive or though (if it was, I'd be interested to hear how, however). Note that the statement neither means X or Y or both, nor does it mean X or Y and not both, it means if X then Y.