Thursday, November 3, 2011

A Great Relationship Broken Up

A couple dated for five years, and were engaged. She’s very pregnant, due to give birth next month. According to reports...

The couple, who met at university, had decided they wanted to introduce their single parent families to each other before they got married.

But at the meeting it emerged they were brother and sister who had been separated as small children.

The unnamed South African couple are still in shock after making the discovery last Saturday.

It’s a very surprising thing for someone. They have this attraction and bond they have never experienced before, and then there is an explanation they were not expecting.

The country's Sowetan newspaper reported that the siblings had been raised separately after their mother and father went through an acrimonious divorce.

It reported: 'Their parents separated when the woman was eight months old and the man was two years old.

'The man's father said he dumped his wife in 1983 because she was cheating on him. The girl was raised by her mother, while her brother was raised by his father.

That’s a prescription for Genetic Sexual Attraction.

The woman told the Sowetan she was devastated by the revelation.

She said: 'It was love at first sight. We were studying together at Tshwane University of Technology in Nelspruit.

'When I first saw him, we connected. We fell in love and since that day, we never looked back.

'All we wanted to do was just to have a family and many kids.

Yes, that sounds like GSA.

'So you can imagine how shocked we were when they broke the news. We are going to have a child together. We do not know what we will tell him when he grows up.'

It won’t matter, as long as he has loving parents. Likely, the ridiculous prejudice against consanguinamorous relationships will be mostly marginalized by then.

The couple said they had decided to split after hearing the news and were discussing how to handle the shock with their separated parents.

That’s a shame. I hope that is just for the sake of throwing off the authorities. They were apparently so great together. They should move away and be a family. Others have done it successfully.

Yet research by the British Medical Journal showed that half of those separated from relatives at a young age experience strong sexual feelings when they are reunited.

That sounds about right.

I hope they work everything out. They have loved each other and now they’ll have a child together. They shouldn’t let others, or irrational prejudices instilled in them for no good reason, to keep them apart.
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1 comment:

  1. Obviously if they don't think that staying together is the right thing FOR THEM, they have to break up, but I find awful that there are laws, prejudices and intolerance who influence the decisions
    THEY are the only people who have the right to say if their relationship is right or wrong


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