🤯 Daughter's Harsh Rejection of Autistic Kid: Justified or Not?

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We've all been through the awkwardness of teenage crushes, but what happens when a young girl becomes fed up with the constant attention? 😩 A 12-year-old girl, who's already popular in her middle school, is facing backlash for her blunt rejection of an autistic boy's advances. She's had enough of the unwanted attention, but her harsh response has left many questioning her actions and her parents' decision not to punish her. 💔😳

The Popularity Struggle

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No Time for Dating

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School Picnic Drama

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Autistic Crush

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Another Confession

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Snapping Point

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Calls for Punishment

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Angry Mother

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Rejection Lessons

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Valentine's Day Incident

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School's Inaction

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Daughter's Blunt Rejection: Justified or Cruel? 🤔

This 12-year-old girl is caught between a rock and a hard place. She's tired of the constant crushes and unwanted attention, but her blunt rejection of an autistic boy's advances has left many questioning her actions. 😔 Despite being taught to reject people nicely and firmly, she snapped at the boy, calling him a 'freak' after he confessed his feelings for the fourth time. 😲 Her parents are facing backlash for not punishing her, but they believe she's justified in her actions. What's your take on this situation? 🧐💬

"NTA. Daughter asserts herself against persistent autistic boy. Boundaries matter!"

QuesoDelDiablos | QuesoDelDiablos

Daughter's justified anger towards autistic kid sparks intense debate. 🤯

whatcakepopsdouhave | whatcakepopsdouhave

NTA - Calling someone a freak for persistent harassment is justified.

RemembrancerLirael | RemembrancerLirael

👧🚫 NTA. Daughter sets boundaries with autistic kid. Parent supports her.

Beat_The_Game | Beat_The_Game

NTA-She's tried nice and it got her nowhere. Autistic doesn't mean free pass to continue to harass someone who has already stated they aren't interested. 🙏

GothPenguin | GothPenguin

"NTA. Parents need to teach their boys what 'no' means. This was a lesson for him. IMO people are free to reject people however they want after the first polite rejection. Anyone who keeps going after that is asking for whatever rudeness they catch." 💪

mutualbuttsqueezin | mutualbuttsqueezin

Autistic classmate's persistent harassment leads to a heartbreaking breakdown 😢

MousingJoke | MousingJoke

🔥 NTA: Daughter harassed by autistic boy, go nuclear for justice!

bentscissors | bentscissors

Daughter stands up against harassment, adults need to step in 💪

GroundbreakingTwo201 | GroundbreakingTwo201

NTA. Autistic girl stands up to harassment. Teach consequences. 💪

chomkney | chomkney

NTA - Teaching tolerance at a young age is crucial! 👏

Final_Figure_7150 | Final_Figure_7150

NTA. Daughter's rejection justified. Stalker kid needs discipline 😈

angelaelle | angelaelle

🤔 Unpopular opinion: Understanding 'no' is a basic societal requirement. NTA

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Setting boundaries with an autistic child. NTA 👍

Sensitive_Orchid9773 | Sensitive_Orchid9773

NTA. Good on you for stepping in to help your daughter 👏

MerryMoose923 | MerryMoose923

Daughter harassed at school by autistic kid. NTA for intervening.

indicatprincess | indicatprincess

NTA. Teaching boundaries and self-advocacy is important. 🚫🧩

Natural_Garbage7674 | Natural_Garbage7674

🙅‍♀️ NTA. Standing up against harassment.

Missmagentamel | Missmagentamel

Daughter's rejection of autistic kid: justified or not? NTA

Rawm1lk | Rawm1lk

Teaching consent: Boundaries and consequences for disrespectful behavior. 🙌

Odd_Fellow_2112 | Odd_Fellow_2112

NTA. Daughter shouldn't apologize. She has the right to reject him. 🙌

RedditDK2 | RedditDK2

Autistic people can learn boundaries too. Daughter stood up for herself.

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