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Childless woman asks if she's wrong for not covering shift of coworker with kids.

Childless woman asks if she's wrong for not covering shift of coworker with kids.

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Does a person with kids deserve more time off than a person who doesn't? That's the core conflict of this latest coworker beef posted on Reddit's Am I the As*hole page.

This woman thinks so, but her coworker definitely does not agree. Now she's on the internet asking:

AITA (Am I the As*hole) for telling my coworker that my personal out-of-work activities are as important as her kids'?

She writes:

I am a married 36-year-old woman with no plans to have kids. I recently had an issue with a coworker where our boss emailed her/I to ask if one of us could cover an evening call (it's a 9-5 job but we occasionally have evening calls due to collaborators in different time zones).

The coworker asked me to do it because her son had a soccer game, but I said that I can't do it because I had a volleyball game. She said that I should do it because the soccer game is for her kid and my volleyball game is just for me.

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