Added: Katey Remy - Date: 06.11.2021 02:33 - Views: 25275 - Clicks: 983

Consanguinamory is another word for incest. Not quite. Incest has a different meaning and focus. Incest includes non-consensual acts such as sexual consanguinamory and rape, while consanguinamory is only consensual sexual and romantic activities. Also not all consanguinamorous relationships involve sex — some consanguinamorous consanguinamory are asexual. With consanguinamory, deep relationships are the focus, though the sex is often fun.

Consanguinamory means someone is being abused. The thing that defines a consanguinamorous relationship is that the people involved consent to it. There is no coercion, threats, or intimidation. Everyone involved agrees to the relationship. Consanguinamory means its okay to cheat on your wife with your daughter.

Consanguinamory is defined by informed consent of all the participants. Consanguinamory is another word for child molestation. Child molestation is when an adult sexually abuses a minor, or when an older minor abuses a younger minor.

Consanguinamorous relationships are only between consenting adultsor between siblings or cousins who are close in ageby definition. If an adult abuses a minor, that is NOT consanguinamory, that is rape. Consanguinamory causes birth defects or the children will be deformed.


This is a very common misconception. The reality is that most sexual encounters, whether between consanguinamorous or non-consanguinamorous people, do not result in children. Many people have sex to express their love for each other, to enjoy the experience, and to develop deeper emotional connections, not for the purpose of reproduction.

People with parents who are related are literally everywhere. Chances are, one of your neighbors or co-workers is such a person, maybe even someone you admire or find attractive. You likely know some, whether you know it or not and whether consanguinamory know their own true parentage or not.

Birth defects can be caused by injury during pregnancy, substances ingested during pregnancy, environmental factors, or genetic problems. It is this last factor that people tend to think of when they repeat the myth that inbreeding always causes birth defects. A consanguinamory problem may also result in if only one parent carries the genetic problem. The increased risks of birth defects from just one generation of inbreeding are not that much higher than the baseline risk of genetic defects between unrelated parents.


For first cousins, the risk above the general population for ificant birth defects is estimated to be only about 1. For immediate family members, the risk above the general population consanguinamory ificant birth defects is estimated to be about So while there are increased risks, the likelihood of genetic defects is no where near certain.

Many people in consensual adult incest relationships undergo separate genetic counseling to determine what their actual risks are given their DNA before they decide to have children.


Each person and couple has a different level consanguinamory risk they are comfortable with, and because of the risks, many consanguinamorous couples simply choose to have kids via other consanguinamory, such as sperm banks, surrogacy, or adoption. And many consanguinamorous couples simply choose not to have or raise child via any route. Consanguinamory is wrong, destructive, or needs to be stopped. This is another common misconception. There is nothing wrong nor destructive about family members loving each other more.

Different people have different moral guidelines when it comes to sex, and consanguinamory between people who did not grow up together or by one another such as in the case of siblings who were separated at birth and consanguinamory met as adults is not considered wrong in some cultures. Nor is there anything inherently destructive about consanguinamory. In fact many people find it constructive and are in happy long term consanguinamorous relationships with a close family member or relative.

Consanguinamory is consanguinamory, unnatural, or perverted. This myth is not supported either in human history or in other species. Some people are very conservative and are only okay with having straight monogamous sexual intercourse in the missionary position for the sole purpose of procreation and only after marriage, and anything outside that box they consider to be perverted.

Other people are gay or bisexual, and still others are kinky and prefer being spanked, blindfolded, or being tied up during sex. Humans enjoy a wonderful diversity of sexual experiences, we all have different sexual preferences, and we are all better off when we accept and respect each other. The key factor that separates acceptable behavior and unacceptable behavior is consent.

If the people involved are all adults, are aware of the risks, and give informed consentand no one is being injured or abused, then its perfectly fine. If someone is being coerced, threatened, intimidated, or tricked into doing something sexual against their will or without being informed of the risks, then that is abuse, it is not okay, and that has no place in a healthy and loving consanguinamorous relationship.

Again this is based on a misconception — the idea that since many people find incest disgusting, that people who engage in consanguinamorous relationships do so because they are unable to find an unrelated partner. This is so far from the truth. In consanguinamory, consanguinamory happens in every demographic and in every part of the world.


There are attractive, outgoing, popular, successful, wealthy, educated people who have been or are still involved with a family member or relative. Many brilliant and well educated people have been in consanguinamorous relationships. Charles Darwin — the well-known naturist who wrote On the Origin of Species and introduced the theory of evolution to the world — married his first cousin Emma Wedgwood. Wells — the grandfather of science fiction and author of The Time MachineThe War Of the Worldsand other famous science fiction novels — married his first cousin Mary Wells.

Albert Einstein — renowned theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics — married consanguinamory first cousin Elsa Lowenthal. These are just a few examples consanguinamory some of the amazing people who have shared and enjoyed committed loving relationships with relatives. Consanguinamorous relationships are illegal everywhere.

Places where it is legal for brothers and sisters to have sex together include Spain, Portugal, New Jersey, and Rhode Island. Check out the Laws Regarding Consanguinamory for more information. While some consanguinamorous people have been abused or neglected in the past, many consang people never experienced serious abuse or neglect. Consanguinamorous people come from a wide variety of backgrounds, including warm and loving families as well as abusive childhoods. Experiencing an attraction to a family member or relative is not an indication that anything is wrong with the person experiencing it.

Consanguinamorous feelings are a normal, natural reaction to the circumstances. Add genetic sexual attraction GSAand yes, therapy can be helpful. The prejudices, stigmas, and taboos involved in consanguinamory, internalized by those involved or not, can be enough of a consanguinamory to make therapy beneficial. However, not everyone who experiences consanguinamory needs therapy. Consanguinamory people who are consanguinamory to a family member or relative continue to function well without having had therapy.

This is simply not true. According to an estimate from the Max Planck Institute, approximately 2 to 4 percent of the population of Germany has had an incestuous experience at some point in consanguinamory lives, and we expect the percentage to be similar for other countries.

We consanguinamory many situations today in which people are raised apart of close genetic relatives and are later introduced to, or reunited with, those relatives. In up to half of cases in which they are brought back together, when they are post-pubescent and the genders and sexual orientations are compatible, at least one person will experience consanguinamorous attractions.

There are scientific studies that show that most people are attracted to people who look like them. When close genetic relatives are not raised together or by one another, the Westermarck Effect can hardly develop to override this attraction. Anyone can be consanguinamorous, if they can just get past their social conditioning. Not everyone is able to choose consanguinamory. Honesty is usually considered essential to a successful consanguinamorous relationship.

Honesty, I think, is vitally important to any successful relationship, consanguinamorous or not! The natural consequences for lying and deception can be disastrous for any relationship. There is nothing different consanguinamorous and non-consanguinamorous relationships in that regard. Consanguinamorous people quite often make a conscious and mindful effort to be open and honest with their partner in their relationship.

Just as there are non-consanguinamorous people who are ethical, open, and honest, there are also consang people who are unethical, deceptive, and dishonest. The same values and principles that make consanguinamorous relationships successful — honesty, integrity, love, compassion, understanding, respect, good communication and conflict resolution skills — also make non-consanguinamorous relationships successful.

Consanguinamory is a relationship style, not a sexual practice or fetish. Many people who are kinky are non-consanguinamorous, and many people who are consanguinamorous prefer only conventional sex with their partner. Consanguinamory is another word for incest Not quite. Consanguinamory means someone is being abused No. Consanguinamory means its okay to cheat on your wife with your daughter No. Consanguinamory is another word for child molestation No. Consanguinamory causes birth defects or the children will be deformed This is a very common misconception.


email: [email protected] - phone:(301) 664-4905 x 8316