semiotix: Need_MindBleach: Wasn't there a story/urban legend about a guy who got the hots for and wanted to marry this biracial girl he met, but his racist father was adamantly against it. Then "racist father" finally broke down and admitted she was really his half-sister. Just something I remember from years ago.It was an episode of House. Pretty good one, actually.
andychrist420: It's not a Mail article. It was an anonymous story told to a reporter at Ebony magazine. If you try to discredit them, you're racist. Story might still be BS. I would expect to see this on Springer. But discrediting information simply because of the source of the information is a logical fallacy. Take that shiat to the politics tab where it belongs./broken clock and all that
What_Would_Jimi_Do: [i.ytimg.com image 480x360]Oh you're my sister!!!!
Bruxellensis: Don't judge until you've read the whole thing.
Need_MindBleach: bk3k: Don't know if it is real, but who cares. If true, I think it is sad that they would break up now over that.Fark what society thinks. It is not all that bad actually. Inbreeding(assuming they would even decided to have kids) only really becomes a problem when it is done across several generations in a row - like in Kentucky or Arkansas.I don't think there is a damn thing wrong with them staying together.But the dad... LOL.This is not true. The product of a relationship that close is actually very likely to have some sort of genetic disorder. Additionally, even a single first-cousin relationship is correlated with something like an average 5 point drop in IQ in the offspring, and it gets worse the closer the inbreeding coefficient is.Inbreeding: Everyone on the planet thinks its gross for a reason.
FarkYourself: Subtle racism in the article, which is apparently about a black couple:"He dropped his plate of ribs..."
Bruxellensis: Don't judge until you've read the whole thing.I'm just sharing my story because people asked...Wow... okay, I wasn't sure if I was ever going to tell anyone about this, but it's late and I'm sleep deprived so i guess I'll just write it now and regret it in the morningFirst of all, - just for some background: My mom died right when I was born, (she was actually really, really hot- but this isn't about her. I guess that's bad to say, but whatever.) I actually grew up with my dad's family, because my dad has all sorts of emotional issues and he bailed before I was born. So you can see, my childhood was really kind of messed up.Anyways, growing up I feel like there was always a lot of distance between me and my sister. When I was about 17 or 18 I first noticed that my sister was a hottie.I don't want to go into to many details about it, but basically what happened is that I accidentally found a video that my sister made of herself. I knew she didn't make it for me- but I thought she was so beautiful that I watched it twice. Probably would have watched it a hell of a lot more, except that like right around the time I found the video, all this crazy stuff went down and I had to leave home. (My dad's family who I was staying with got in bad trouble with the law. I never talk about it).Sooo... I was totally lusting after my sister at that point. She was also having bad trouble with the law. She was actually in custody when I left home.My friend and I went to go pick her up. When I saw her that day, after seeing the video, I have to be honest, I just drool all over her. Looking back on it now, it's pretty messed up- but I think she had feelings for me too. She actually kissed me right after we came to get her... and it wasn't a sisterly kiss, you know? I mean, it wasn't like ridiculously sexual or anything, but it definitely wasn't sisterly.After we left, we all went to crash with my Sister's friends. On the trip there, my friend sort of implied that he wanted to ge ...
Evil Mackerel: Abacus9: You can take the girl out of Alabama...FTFYIt's the deep south for a reason.
Need_MindBleach: This is not true. The product of a relationship that close is actually very likely to have some sort of genetic disorder. Additionally, even a single first-cousin relationship is correlated with something like an average 5 point drop in IQ in the offspring, and it gets worse the closer the inbreeding coefficient is.
Need_MindBleach: Inbreeding: Everyone on the planet thinks its gross for a reason.
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