sexism

When it comes to hosting people in our homes, everyone has a different idea about what is acceptable and what is not. But sometimes trying to do what is “acceptable” for others will end up hurting someone’s feelings, agreed the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. Mid-yoga session, Redditor dontbeshy007’s parents showed up at his […] More
Every family is unique and has its own history of traditions and practices. But some of those family traditions are bullying tactics more than anything else, pointed out the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. But Redditor user119975444 didn’t think so, even as he looked at his wife, who was upset that her baking had been rejected […] More
Everyone believes they know how their partner feels about them and values them. But sometimes they get proven wrong when they’re seen around new people together, pointed out the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. Redditor Sadie3586478 was shocked when her husband tried to make himself look good by demeaning her at a work dinner with […] More
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When Kamala Harris was sworn in as the Vice-President of the United States, it was a historic moment.

As she became the first woman to hold the title, causing a major crack in the glass ceiling which still, amazingly, has yet to be broken.

Unfortunately, there are still a distressing number of people who carry antiquated opinions when it comes to gender roles.

Feeling that only a man could possibly be in charge of certain things or that women aren't cut out for certain roles. Preposterous.

Thankfully, this can sometimes lead to someone's foot being deliciously shoved right into their mouth after they embarrass themselves by assuming their husband, or male partners or assistants, are the ones in charge.

When the women they are speaking to are, to use another antiquated term, "the ones wearing the pants" in these situations.

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There are annoyances in any relationship, and then there are absolute dealbreakers. But in some cases, a partner’s family might harbor some dealbreaker energy of its own. Sometimes when someone leaves after marrying into the family, it speaks volumes, as pointed out in the “Am I the A**hole?” (AITA) subReddit. Redditor NeighborhoodJazz57 was starting to […] More