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Bride asks if she's wrong to refuse to make bachelorette party 'teen friendly' for niece.

Bride asks if she's wrong to refuse to make bachelorette party 'teen friendly' for niece.

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It's normal for teenagers to want to skip right to adulthood and join in on 21+ events, but a 13-year-old is very much still a child...

Bachelorette parties are infamous for heavy drinking, strip clubs, gambling, R-rated gag gifts, and a whole lot of conversation that is just not appropriate for a young teenager. Traditionally, the entire bridal party would be invited to the bachelorette party, but if a bride chooses to have junior bridesmaids, or anyone under eighteen, in her bridal party, it makes sense that they might be excluded from a few other wedding-related events.

Censoring a party because a child is around isn't fun for anyone involved, and it's important to respect the wishes of the couple getting married if they want to keep some events entirely child-free. It's hard to let loose with the surprise "pizza man" when your sister is insisting you invite her kid to the vodka-chugging contest in "Sin City." So, when a frustrated bride decided to consult the courtroom of moral philosophy otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole?" about her niece's desire to attend her Vegas-themed bachelorette party, people were quick to offer advice.

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