Despite working very hard, the harsh reality is that many young people can’t afford their own home – not with today’s prices. However, if you did work hard, managed to buy a home, and you’re planning to raise a family in that home, does it matter where that money came from? Unless you stole the money or did something illegal to earn it, of course.
However, if your partner did earn their money fair and square, is it fair to judge them for their employment history?
Case in point, one conflicted woman decided to share her story to the popular Am I The A-hole subreddit and ask whether she was in the wrong to refuse to sell the place she bought with her ‘stripper money’. The woman shared that she’s now pregnant with a guy she’s been dating for 18 months, so they decided to move in together. So, naturally, she assumed they would be moving together, since she owns a 3-bedroom apartment. However, her boyfriend told her that he didn’t want to move in with her and told her that she should sell the place so they could buy a place together. When she asked him why, he told her that he didn’t want to live in a place she bought with ‘stripper money’.
The woman refused, so he got angry and left. Now she wanted to know if she was the a-hole here, and Reddit had a lot to say about the whole situation.
After the woman shared the story on Reddit, it went viral, and many people suggested that she’s not in the wrong here, and that she should keep her apartment and stand her ground. In a few days, she shared an update:
This is how people reacted to the story: