Who knew kids could still be grounded these days?!?!
Well, here’s the proof, ladies and gentlemen.
And this mother wants to know if she went too far to ground her 14-year-old daughter for what she said to her sister-in-law.
Let’s see what happened.
“My daughter (14 years old) posted a picture on social media from a family reunion. A boy from school recognized her aunt from an adult movie and texted my daughter.
I think he sent her a video too. Before that, she had no idea her aunt was in the industry. It seems the boy spread this around the school and my daughter is being teased for it. I have notified the school and they are looking into the matter and planning to educate students about sexism online.
My husband and I are respectful and nonjudgmental about my SIL’s profession and have tried to instill these values in our children. My daughter is understandably upset and I sympathize with her, but she directs all her anger and guilt at her aunt.
She unfriended my SIL from social media and removed all traces of her from their profiles. She refuses to come to the weekly dinners at my SIL house and when they come over she ignores them and just sits in her room and plays Minecraft. I’ve tried talking to her about tolerance, shame and sexism, but she refuses all of it.
My SIL is hurt from all of this. Not only was her privacy invaded, but she also lost a good relationship with her niece. Last weekend I went upstairs to my daughter’s room to try and talk to her and get her to join us downstairs.
My daughter refused, calling my SIL “a squishy bitch” and her husband “a pathetic cuck,” along with other insults that I don’t want to repeat.
I grounded her for three months and took away her internet. My husband definitely thinks she should be punished for speaking that language, but it’s too much. He also admitted that he initially found it difficult to accept his sister’s career path.
He thinks she just needs space and will come over eventually because her aunt is family.”
And now let’s see how people reacted on Reddit.
A reader said that the mother was wrong in this story because she grounded her daughter.
But this person said the mother was NTA at all… not even close…
And another Reddit user argued that the mother isn’t wrong in grounding her, but she and her daughter need to have a serious conversation.
And this person said she was “kind of” an asshole and she had to allow her daughter to be angry.