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Parents do their best to prepare their children for the often frustrating and confusing world of budgeting and personal finance, but monetary support can be hard to navigate sometimes if your adult child starts making more money than you do. So, when a concerned and frustrated mother decided to consult the internet's moral compass of Reddit's "Am I the as*hole?" about a conflict over her daughter's OnlyFans career and her college tuition, people were eager to deem a verdict.