Talking about fertility is a minefield at the best of times. But when one member of a family member is pregnant and the rest all had trouble conceiving, it's pretty much a given that someone's going to get their feelings hurt.
A Reddit user going by the name toooldforthissta posted about such a situation on the subreddit "Am I the A**hole?", a glorious subsection of the internet where people are judged for their potential a**hole behavior by a jury of their online peers.
The Redditor in question is a pregnant woman. She was adopted, and pretty much everyone in her extended adoptive family was unable to conceive. Right now, she's in her second trimester, and she says she's the first woman in two generations of her family to have a pregnancy in living memory.
The drama comes from her natural urge to vent about the insanely stressful side effects from pregnancy — and her family's unwillingness to listen to her complain, after years and years of their own infertility.