Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Could Be Genetic Sexual Attraction

Lostsister at linked to this news item that does not mention GSA.

Sarah Kemp, 42, from Edinburgh met London-based George Bentley, 47 on UK dating website, After swapping photos and emails the pair met up at a pub near George’s home in East Ham.

So they were attracted to each other one at least some level, including physical.

After talking for an hour about shared childhood experiences, she realised he was her brother. It was the first time they had seen each other in 35 years.

What a happy chapter in a previously sad story. They had been separated as a result of their parents’ divorce and subsequent estrangement.

Sarah (speaking to The Daily Record) said: “We had so much in common and we really enjoyed each other's company. It was as if we'd known each other all our lives.


When the pair made the discovery they felt embarrassed, but were soon celebrating the happy news by drinking champagne all evening.

They have since met up several times and George said: "This was the meeting of a lifetime and we are now planning to see each other as often as possible to catch up on the time spent apart."

Whether or not they are experiencing GSA, we wish them a long, happy relationship, whatever that relationship involves. If they go on to find others and marry those others, great. If they turn out to be consanguinamorous, they should be allowed to marry each other.
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