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Guy Kicks Out Uncle And Aunt Because They Didn’t Want Him To Sleep With His Husband

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OP (M27) and his husband faced discrimination during a family visit. Despite being invited, the aunt and uncle insisted they couldn’t share a bed due to their sexual orientation. When confronted, OP and his brother supported each other, leading to an eviction notice served by OP’s angry father. Despite family backlash, OP prioritized his husband’s well-being, vowing not to subject him to such treatment again. Now questioned by family members, OP wonders if he’s wrong for holding his relatives accountable, even if it affects the housing situation of his young cousins. The incident raises complex questions about fairness and consequences within family dynamics.

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OP (M27) found love with his husband, realizing he was bi. Married for almost four years, they reside happily in Vermont.

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OP’s family, from a conservative Texas town, faced culture shock when moving to NYC at 15 due to a job change.

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OP’s parents let aunt and uncle move into their Texas house. After OP came out in college, brother and dad were supportive.

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During visits, OP and husband, not allowed to share a bed at aunt and uncle’s, chose peace. Now, they prefer motel rooms.

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COVID prevented visits, but this summer, parents invited OP and husband. Despite OP preferring a motel, aunt and uncle insisted they stay.

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Aunt and uncle insisted OP and brother take the spare bedroom, leaving the husband on the couch, causing disagreement.

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Aunt and uncle claimed OP and husband weren’t truly married, deeming their presence a bad influence on the kids, causing conflict.

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OP confronted relatives loudly, demanding an apology for mistreating husband. Threatened eviction if they didn’t comply, citing parents’ ownership of the house.

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OP’s brother supported their stance, prompting relatives to backtrack. OP contested the notion of it being “their” house, threatening eviction.

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Kids cried upon hearing OP’s eviction threat, prompting departure. OP comforted a crying husband, vowing never to subject him to such treatment.

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OP informed dad, who served relatives an eviction notice for mistreating OP and husband. Facing family backlash, OP questions fairness.

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Now that you have read the story, it’s time for you to see what Redditors had to say about this. Read till the end to see what are other people’s opinions on this. Don’t forget to share your own opinion at the end of this article.

NTA. OP stood up against discrimination and mistreatment. Eviction consequences were a result of the relatives’ actions, not OP’s.

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True.

Hero Dad.

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Holding relatives accountable is fair, ensuring a safe environment.

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