Type of site
r/AmItheAsshole, also referred to as AITA, is a subreddit. Users post situations that they were part of to receive judgement on whether they were an asshole. Posts from the subreddit often go viral. The subreddit has been praised for providing objective advice on interpersonal relationships, particularly on highlighting abusive behaviors such as gaslighting.
r/AmItheAsshole is based around the concept of posting situations from users' personal lives for judgement. Any user can make a post, beginning with "AITA", asking if they're an asshole for what they did in a situation they were involved in. Other users can judge them with the ratings of "YTA" ("you're the asshole"), "NTA" ("not the asshole"), "NAH" ("no assholes here"), or "ESH" ("everyone sucks here"). In 2020 the site was reaching 30,000 posts a day, looking at 800 situations.
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