Woman 'Shamed' by 'Virgin' Sister Backed for Exposing Boyfriend's Tinder

A post has gone viral on Reddit after a woman shared the public argument she and her sister got into in front of their family after years of tension.

Redditor u/Swimming-Bird5149 wrote about the incident on the subreddit "Am I The A**hole" in a post that has been voted on over 12,000 times.

The Redditor began the post by explaining the "pride" her sister takes in "being a virgin." She explained they were not raised in a religious household and the decision was a personal one. The Redditor wrote that her sister is judgmental of her own choices and because of that has kept her sex life to herself.

"In a twisted turn of events I ended up getting pregnant just two months after my IUD :) and being pregnant caused my sister to dislike me even more and shame me more for having sex and telling me she hopes the father would leave me a single mom to teach me a lesson about having casual sex," she wrote.

The Redditor said after this she cut her sister out of her life though the two have become cordial again since the birth of her son.

A report published in 2007 looked at trends in premarital sex in the United States between the years 1954-2003. Data from the 2002 survey found that by age 20, 77 percent of respondents said they had had sex and 75 percent had had premarital sex.

"Among cohorts of women turning 15 between 1964 and 1993, at least 91 (percent) had had premarital sex by age 30," the study read. "Among those turning 15 between 1954 and 1963, 82 (percent) had had premarital sex by age 30, and 88 (percent) had done so by age 44."

The conclusion of the study was that most Americans were not in fact abstaining from sex before marriage.

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A post has gone viral on Reddit after a woman discussed the tension filled relationship between she and her sister regarding their sex lives. Here, a stock image shows two women fighting. AntonioGuillem/Getty Images

The situation became messier between the sisters after the Redditor said an old coworker informed her that she had seen her sister's long-term boyfriend on Tinder.

"She sent me proof of his profile with a fake name with one blurry mirror picture (clearly him) and in the message he said that his girlfriend knows that he has one 'just to hook up' because my coworker told him she knows me but then he unmatched her," she wrote.

The Redditor said she had kept the discovery to herself until her sister's recent birthday party at their home. She said her son was playing with their younger cousins when her sister decided to make a cruel comment.

"[M]y sister goes: 'Awww he is so cute he looks just like his daddy. Wait ____ which one of the ten guys IS his daddy?' And her and her boyfriend start dying of laughter," she wrote. "Everyone went quiet. I was so embarrassed. I then said 'His name is 'Trevor' and I met him on Tinder. His girlfriend doesn't care that he sleeps with other girls. I think you know him!' [A]nd smirked at her and her boyfriend."

The Redditor said she thought her sister and her boyfriend would be embarrassed and leave it alone but that was not the case.

"[M]y sister started screaming saying that I'm a [b**ch] and to get the [f**k] out of her party," she wrote.

Commenters backed the Redditor and slammed her sister's behavior especially in front of her young nephew.

"[Y]our response was hilarious and her reaction to it was what brought everyone's attention to it," one commenter wrote. "She was disrespectful of you and your child in your own home and that's uncalled for. She's entitled to her own beliefs and decisions around sex, but also needs to respect the same of others."

"NTA-there's no call to insult your poor son like that, regardless of how the relationship stands between the two of you. Keep in mind that this behavior will likely continue and escalate," another wrote.

In response to someone's comment, the Redditor said she is in the process of moving out of the home with her sister and getting her own place.

Newsweek contacted u/Swimming-Bird5149 for comment.