I dislike the values of a certain popular car-sharing service, which has shown itself to be both sexist and shameless in its predatory pricing. And this car-sharing service explicitly states that it won’t allow people who are underage set up accounts. Yet, in our urban social set, many parents (including my wife and I) encourage and subsidize the use of this service among our teens on weekends so that the teens can safely travel around the city at night while the exhausted, working parents are free to have a date night. Is this ethical?
— Flummoxed Father