weddings

When a person tells you who they are, we are suppose to respect it and move on. That has been the basis of what trans people have been trying to explain. Which is why the topic of deadnaming and misgendering is so hurtful. So many people still refuse to get it. Case in point… Redditor […] More
Coming out is getting easier to do. Generations later we are heading toward a place where people can be free. At least that’s what it feels like in the media. On the ground, in families everywhere, there are still battles being had. Case in point… Redditor UserMempsh wanted to discuss his story for some feedback. […] More
Picking sides in a family issue is always chaos. It’s especially cumbersome when your an in-law and new to the fold. How do we speak up while keeping peace? Case in point… Redditor JoinDawn637 wanted to discuss her story for some feedback. So naturally she came to visit the “Am I The A**hole” (AITA) subReddit. […] More
Weddings are already rife with anxiety. There are so many things to take care of. That’s why the soon to be marrieds don’t need stress from guests and families. Case in point… Redditor givemeausernameeee wanted to discuss her story for some feedback. So naturally she came to visit the “Am I The A**hole” (AITA) subReddit. […] More
Why do weddings have to come with a hot side of family drama? Shouldn’t family be able to table issues until after the newlyweds leave for the honeymoon? There is so much going on when planning a wedding, maybe leaving personal feelings aside, is the initial better choice. Case in point… Redditor throwaway957532654 wanted to […] More