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Bride asks if she's wrong to make fiancé confront his racist parents or they can't attend wedding.

Bride asks if she's wrong to make fiancé confront his racist parents or they can't attend wedding.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has already impacted thousans of weddings, with social distancing orders delaying any parties and in-person services.

A bride's wedding has been complicated by the pandemic not only because she's had to move the date, but also because her fiancé's parents are revealing themselves to be awful racists.

Under the apt screenname fianceracistparents, the bride wrote on "Am I The A**hole?":

My fiancé and I were supposed to get married at the end of this month, obviously it’s been moved. We’re now planning on the beginning of January of 2021.

I’m Asian-American, half Chinese half Japanese, but no one in my family has lived in Asia since my maternal grandmother. And she’s the only one. Everyone else directly related to me was born in America and lives here. I don’t follow any Chinese or Japanese customs, I don’t speak the language, I’m completely American. If I was white you wouldn’t be able to tell I had Asian roots. But I’m not white obviously.

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