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(The Sun)   Dear Deidre: I'm sleeping with my nephew and keeping it a secret ...is it wrong?   (thesun.co.uk) divider line 214
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2012-09-17 01:33:02 PM

had98c: Nick: I put myself out on the line, and I was rejected. I said, sure I'm 12 and you're 37. You're married to my uncle. But I think we can have something special. She said she didn't think so. Do you know how much that... hurts?


Don't make a big thing out of it...
 
2012-09-17 01:36:13 PM

stonicus: Don't make a big thing out of it...


That's what she said?
 
2012-09-17 01:54:39 PM
Reads like the plot of every Japanese porn comic.
 
2012-09-17 02:13:11 PM

the_chief: Fake. Deidre got trolled.


Or more likely wrote it herself for an easy column. It is The Sun.
 
2012-09-17 03:13:17 PM
Dear sick farking disturbed twisted nasty coont.

YES!
 
2012-09-17 04:33:13 PM

WeenerGord: Gosh you sound like you really know what you are talking about.


Yes, of course, isolate a spelling mistake to discredit all the perfectly legitimate information around it.
A good tact for making a "point" when you have nothing of worth to add yourself.
 
2012-09-17 05:55:44 PM

kareninsf: Ewwww
/but very hesitantly agree if they are consenting adults and not hurting anyone and don't reproduce

Still ewww


That's what I was thinking. On the other hand, we think ewww because our society has ingrained it, no?
 
2012-09-17 06:27:11 PM

rawbert7: kareninsf: Ewwww
/but very hesitantly agree if they are consenting adults and not hurting anyone and don't reproduce

Still ewww

That's what I was thinking. On the other hand, we think ewww because our society has ingrained it, no?


There's a biological basis for the ewww. It's actually triggered by proximity at a young age. You're very unlikely to be attracted to someone you grew up with even if they are unrelated to you and there is no social restrictions on a relationship with them.

As with all our biological programming it doesn't always work right, though.
 
2012-09-17 06:29:19 PM
Down here in the Glorious Southland we define "relative humidity" as the sweat you work up when having sex with your cousin.

/The closer the kin
//The farther it goes in
 
2012-09-17 06:46:21 PM
Naturally I had assumed this was a non-blood aunt (as in mother's brother's wife) having a relationship behind her husband's back. Nope. Ugh.
 
2012-09-17 06:52:28 PM

Loren: rawbert7: kareninsf: Ewwww
/but very hesitantly agree if they are consenting adults and not hurting anyone and don't reproduce

Still ewww

That's what I was thinking. On the other hand, we think ewww because our society has ingrained it, no?

There's a biological basis for the ewww. It's actually triggered by proximity at a young age. You're very unlikely to be attracted to someone you grew up with even if they are unrelated to you and there is no social restrictions on a relationship with them.

As with all our biological programming it doesn't always work right, though.


Unfortunately, most of the girls I grew up with didn't attract me until after we grew up, LOL
 
2012-09-17 06:54:38 PM

rawbert7: Loren: rawbert7: kareninsf: Ewwww
/but very hesitantly agree if they are consenting adults and not hurting anyone and don't reproduce

Still ewww

That's what I was thinking. On the other hand, we think ewww because our society has ingrained it, no?

There's a biological basis for the ewww. It's actually triggered by proximity at a young age. You're very unlikely to be attracted to someone you grew up with even if they are unrelated to you and there is no social restrictions on a relationship with them.

As with all our biological programming it doesn't always work right, though.

Unfortunately, most of the girls I grew up with didn't attract me until after we grew up, LOL

 
2012-09-17 06:59:07 PM

Gawdzila: WeenerGord: Gosh you sound like you really know what you are talking about.

Yes, of course, isolate a spelling mistake to discredit all the perfectly legitimate information around it.



What are you biatching about? I agreed with you. If you did in fact sleep through and can barely remember an anthropology class years ago, obviously you are qualified to make definitive statements about the marrying customs of most cultures. Oh yess you are perfectly full of "legitimate information" *rolleyes*

A good tact for making a "point"

You mean "tactic"?

when you have nothing of worth to add yourself

Other than my bullshiat detector?

/lol
 
2012-09-17 09:09:04 PM
Question for you scientifically elite Fark patrons.

Would the chances of genetic/chromosomal "problems" in the offspring of cousins be more likely if the cousins were related from the side of the mother or the side of the father? Would similar mitochondrial dna be a factor in raising the chance of abnormalities?

/got kicked out of 6th grade science class for asking too many weird questions like this.
 
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