Asking for forgiveness is a brave thing to do. Accepting forgiveness and giving absolution is just as huge. Often times when asking for forgiveness once must be prepared to not get it. And be at peace with that. Which is easier said than done. Case in point… Redditor orangesaredabomb wanted to discuss her experience and […] More
People Divulge Which Questions They'd Like To Ask Trans People Without Judgment
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Humans are naturally curious creatures - it's a primate thing.

As kids, we tend to explore those curiosities and ask whatever random question popped into our heads. As adults, we learn that some stuff just isn't our business. Some questions are intrusive or uncomfortable.

We don't necessarily "mature" beyond ever having an inappropriate or intrusive curious thought. We are just mature enough to know we aren't entitled to those answers, and that it's unfair to make someone uncomfortable by asking those questions.

But then there's Reddit...

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Wedding cakes are meant to represent the couple tying the knot. It doesn’t matter what other guests might think. Redditor caprisunmei encountered this very issue with her sister. So she turned to the “Am I The A**hole” (AITA) subReddit for moral judgment. She asked: “AITA for ruining my sister’s wedding with the cake I got?” […] More
Deciding to transition can come with backlash from our communities. It is heartbreaking to realize people you love might not accept you fully. But, the community we find in other members of the LGBTQ+ community is rich and can turn into a family. Redditor Relevant_Ad_3449 encountered this very issue with her sister. So she turned […] More
Where is the line between respecting your own difficult past and not projecting onto other people? One Redditor found that out recently. She posted about it on the “Am I the A**hole (AITA)” subReddit. The Original Poster (OP), known as aitapronouns123 on the site, was straightforward with her title for the post: “AITA for refusing […] More