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Man asks if he's wrong to exclude sister from family trip because she doesn't have kids.

Man asks if he's wrong to exclude sister from family trip because she doesn't have kids.

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The decision of whether or not to have children is a deeply personal one, and just because someone chooses to live child-free doesn't mean they don't lead a fulfilling a life.

Excluding your friends and family members who don't have children from special events strictly because they don't have children of their own is not ok, but if your child-free cousin can't handle the sound of shrieking toddlers during her cocktail hour, she might not be invited back to Thanksgiving.

Many child-free people love children but simply don't want to raise any of their own and telling people who don't want kids that they'll "change their minds one day" or that they're missing out on some critical experience of human existence is rude and disrespectful. Still, your friend or family member who doesn't have kids might not have the time of their life on the week-long trip to Disney World with eight kids under ten-years-old.

So, when a frustrated dad and brother decided to consult the online courtroom of moral philosophy otherwise known as Reddit's "Am I the As*hole" about whether or not he's wrong to exclude his child-free sister from his family vacation, people were quick to help deem a verdict.

Sources: Reddit
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