People, for the most part, want to do the right thing when they get to decide about something, and life puts us in such situations very often.
It’s sometimes even difficult to distinguish what the right thing even is (even if other people can see very clearly what the right thing to do is), and that’s why Reddit’s AITA exists.
There’s nothing better than the court of public opinion to help you determine if you’re doing something wrong or not.
One woman recently decided to ask the people of Reddit if she was in the wrong for inviting her trans cousin to participate in her wedding party, and then no longer wanting him involved.
The immediate answer would be Yes. You are!, but the story she presented had a far more complex problem. Check out what she posted below:
What’s your take on this one
Check out how Redditors responded to the post.
Most people, though, responded that no, she’s not in the wrong.