Woman Asks Internet If She Should Go Through With Pregnancy To Married Boss, Even Though He Doesn't Want Her To Keep The Baby

by Ariana

Right now it seems like the age-old story; if an affair happens, the woman is the sl*t and the man is the casanova, or he 'should just stay a bachelor' or he's 'a ladies man'.

It happened back when Prince Charles cheated on Lady Diana with Camilla Parker Bowles (who still experiences a huge amount of slap-back online, while Charles gets off pretty easy).

It happened when Angelina Jolie 'stole' Bratt Pitt away from Jennifer Aniston - Nobody called Bratt Pitt a home-wrecker.

It just seems to be the way it goes, which is why I found the story below so surprising.

Reddit's 'Am I The Asshole?' section allows people who ask the internet if they are the asshole in certain situations. Generally, they are the asshole. They just have no self-awareness and need to be told by thousands of Reddit readers.

Recently, a user wrote in asking if she was the asshole for wanting to keep the baby she had conceived after an affair with her married boss.

Surprisingly, there was actually some healthy support for the woman which was heartwarming given the cmimate we live in where women are so often sl*t-shamed for having a healthy sex-life and sense of self worth.

Check it out below!

This is what the user (u/feelingunwelcomed), 35, emotionally wrote on the Reddit forum.

She highlighted she'd previously been told she couldn't have children.

This is what the user (u/feelingunwelcomed), 35, emotionally wrote on the Reddit forum.
via: Reddit

The internet responded and was surprisingly supportive in telling her she wasn't the asshole.

The internet responded and was surprisingly supportive in telling her she wasn't the asshole.
via: Reddit

He ruined his own life by cheating!

He ruined his own life by cheating!
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Risk vs reward!

Risk vs reward!
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Find a new job and tell your brother-in-law to butt out! Sound advice!

Find a new job and tell your brother-in-law to butt out! Sound advice!
via: Reddit

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