No more girls’ night for you!
Well, that sounds like a bummer, don’t you think?
And it gets worse…because this woman’s boyfriend is demanding she put an end to her ladies nights.
And now she wants to know if she’s wrong for refusing to do so. Read on so you can be the judge.
AITA for refusing to stop having girls’ night ins just because my boyfriend thinks it’s wrong?
“So I’ve been seeing this guy “Will” 27M for months now. He’s so sweet and funny and creative. Fun fact: he drives 2 cars that he adjusted/fixed on his own.
We don’t live together but we do meet at my place every weekend. He called and asked what we will be doing on friday and I said I wanted to host a GNI since it was my turn. He asked what the heck was a GNI I said a girls night in and he got quiet then asked if I was being series.
I was confused as he started talking about how outdated and sooo 1950s those events are and said that I should stop promoting and advocating for those events as they are sooo toxic and flatout reek of misogyny. I was shocked by his long rant but he said that was his honest opinion. I told him regardless I still plan to host the event after he tried talking me out of it and suggested we go out together.
He threw a fit after he suggested bringing his guy friends to join us and I refused since this is not how GNIs work!. He called me a s**ist and misogynistic for having a girls night in and making it so obvious instead of being ashamed of myself. He said that my mentality will cause me issues in the future especially if I behave like that in a professional work setting.
Let me tell you I was BLOWN AWAY by how he got so worked up like that over me just missing my girls and wanting to spend time with them. We argued some more and he hung up on me after I said I will not stop hosting or being part of GNIs nomatter what he says about it.
I tried to call and apologize for lashing out later but he sent a text saying he was hurt by how I handled our small disagreement and needs time to process what he just found out about my personality.
This hurt me but my friendship and the bond I share with my girlfriends is huge and I don’the want to risk years of friendships by no longer being part of our bonding activities.
AITA for making this my hill to d** on like he says?”
Now check out what Reddit users said about this.
This reader said that this guy’s behavior is a huge red flag. I agree!
And another individual compared this situation to her own marriage to make a point.
Another Reddit user said that it sounds like this guy is very controlling and that’s why he reacted this way.
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