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Man's girlfriend 'accidentally' bleeds on sheets, he asks her to pay for new ones.

Man's girlfriend 'accidentally' bleeds on sheets, he asks her to pay for new ones.


When this man is angry at his girlfriend, he asks Reddit:

'AITA for getting angry with my girlfriend and demanding she pay to replace my sheets after she got blood on them?'

I (M26) have been dating my girlfriend (F24) for about a year now, and we recently moved in together. She didn't have a lot of furniture and such, so it's mostly mine in our apartment including my bed (frame, mattress, sheets).

I am a bit of a neat freak, and she generally is too, so we get along pretty well living together.

Now I'm not one of those guys that gets grossed out over a woman having her menstrual cycle. I've had sex with my girlfriend on lighter days with a towel down. I'll go buy her feminine products. I don't get weirded out if she mentions it.

I will say though, it totally grosses me out getting on my bed though.

Well a few days ago when we woke up I noticed a blood spot on the bed and got totally grossed out. I knew she had been on her period for 3 days already so it wasn't any sort of surprise accident.

I asked how it happened and she was upset and said she thought she didn't need to sleep with anything on. I told her that was absurd, why would you go without wearing anything and get blood all over my bed.

I told her that was irresponsible and that she needed to pay me for new sheets. She agreed to pay for new sheets but got upset with me for getting angry and calling her irresponsible. She said that she likes to not wear anything when she can.

She said she thought her flow was light and she wouldn't bleed over night. She says I have no reason to be angry to talk down to her over something I don't experience. I said that she should've been more careful with where we sleep and that it was unhygienic.

AITA for getting upset and wanting her to pay?

Let's find out.

omgitscrystal writes:

Im going off the limb and saying NAH. Like she should've worn a pad, even if the flow is light you dont wanna jinx it, but you shouldn't have snapped at her. a period is a natural human thing. if it bothers you that much then try for guys!

glitterphilosphy writes:

YTA. I can understand how having a blood stain on your bed is gross when things like period sex aren’t. But you shamed her for a biological function and I’m glad you were able to see that.

I’m also going to say she was kind of in wrong here too. She should have been less dismissive of your feelings and offered to wash the sheets or, in the event they were stained and you were still uncomfortable, offer to replace them.

Well, is OP TA? HARD TO SAY. What do YOU think?

Sources: Reddit
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