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Guy kicks sister and husband out of car for making out after BIL's funeral.

Guy kicks sister and husband out of car for making out after BIL's funeral.


I come from a very “sex-positive” household. My parents taught my sister and I about sex, sexuality, and their “non-vanilla” lifestyle from a young age. They were very affectionate and touchy with each other in public and didn’t (and still don’t) seem to care about others opinions.

They lived a very… non-conventional lifestyle and weren’t afraid to flaunt it.

On one hand, my parents never treated sex as a shameful subject, therefore, I received a very comprehensive, inclusive, form of sex education. On the other hand, I think I was introduced to many topics at a very young age.

In many ways, my sister, “Angie,” turned out like my parents. She proclaims that she’s “sex-positive,” and has no qualms with openly discussing sex in great detail at every opportunity. She believes that if a person is uncomfortable, they must be a “conservative virgin/prude who clearly hates all forms of self-expression.” (her words).

My wife, “Zara,” isn’t a huge fan of PDA. Other than hand-holding or occasional kisses on the cheek, she isn’t comfortable with doing much in public. We’re also not the type of people to discuss our sex-life with people, much less family.

Angie doesn’t like Zara. She believes that Zara is too “conservative/prudish” for our family. She often makes fun of Zara for “looking embarrassed,” when she’s discussing, in excruciating detail, about sex. Zara barely says anything, but Angie still manages to make fun of her.

I don’t speak to Angie much.

Recently, Zara’s brother passed away. Angie’s husband, “Bill,” knew his partner and wanted to pass on his condolences. Zara, Angie, Bill, and I all wanted to attend his wake. Instead of taking separate cars, Angie suggested that we all go together.

To be honest, I was not a huge fan of this idea. It was a two hour drive from where we live to our destination. Also, we were planning on leaving very early so that we could help set up and were planning to leave late. We still managed to do it.

At first, everything was alright. Understandably, no one was speaking in the car and it was very quiet in the car. Most people were keeping to themselves or sleeping.

Midway through the drive, Angie and Bill start making out in the backseat of our car. When I say “making out,” I mean, full-on, making out. They were pushing up against the car door and making all sorts of noises. Zara and I were extremely uncomfortable.

I pulled over and started yelling at Angie. I told them that I was disgusted by their behaviour and that they were acting like horny little teenagers. Angie said that they were grieving.

I yelled at them to get out of my car. At first, they were protesting, but I was so angry and so tired of them already. I told them to find their way home by themselves.

My parents think that I went too far with them and that Zara needs to “loosen up,” in order to be a part of this family. Obviously, Angie and Bill are still extremely pissed.

From the comments:


NTA. Sex positive means valuing consent, communication and being free to make informed choices about your body, without feeling judgement or shame. Nothing about what your sister is doing is sex positive.

Making out in a car with other people there who are clearly not consenting to that is…odd. Sounds like someone needs to go and rewatch (or watch) tea and consent.

AITAAngie OP responded:

I can’t put it into words how f**king uncomfortable I was. They were going AT it. I was exhausted -emotionally and physically - and the last thing I wanted was to watch my sister and her husband going at it in the backseat of my car.

badgerwilliams wondered:

NTA I agree with is comment all the way. That being said I could lean tword ETA depending on were it was that you kicked them. Was it the middle of no where was it a bad part of town, did they have cell service to call some sort of ride.

AITAAngie OP added:

I pulled over in a petrol station which had a little cafe. It wasn’t in the middle of the road, and they managed to get home somehow.

StAlvis says

NTA. 'Angie said that they were grieving.' You know how they say 'everyone grieves in their own way?' Well this way, it turns out, is incorrect.

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