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Mom asks if she's wrong to ground daughter for calling her adult film actress aunt a 'sl*t.'

Mom asks if she's wrong to ground daughter for calling her adult film actress aunt a 'sl*t.'

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Being a parent seems hard, especially when there's no official guidebook to lay out the rules for you. But luckily there is Reddit, a website where so many people turn to in times of great ethical confusion. Recently, a conflicted mom turned to Reddit's "Am I the A**hole?" page to ask for some parenting advice after her teenaged daughter sl*t-shamed her sister-in-law.

The mom says her 14-year-old daughter called her dad's sister a "sl*t" after finding out she's an adult film actress. So the mom grounded her for three months and took away her phone.

The saga started when the teen got teased by her classmates after she posted a photo of her family online and a classmate recognized her aunt from an "adult film."

She writes:

My daughter (14yo) posted a picture of a family get together on social media. A boy from school recognized her aunt from an adult film and messaged my daughter about it. I believe he sent a video to her as well. Before this, she had no idea her aunt was in the industry. It appears that boy spread this around the school and my daughter is being teased for it. I notified the school and they are looking into it and will plan to educate the students about sexism online.

Sources: Reddit
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