Back 2 Stonewall, which describes itself as an "independent LGBT News, Media, Music, and Activism" website, had a blurb by Peter Thomas and poll on Elijah and Milo Peters. What makes these gay twins from the Czech Republic newsworthy? Because the 22 year-olds appear in successful adult media together and have a consanguinamorous relationship.
“My brother is my boyfriend, and I am his boyfriend,” one of the twins tells Salon.com in a phone interview from Prague. The writer notes that the two sound so much a like, it’s impossible to tell who’s who. “He is my lifeblood, and he is my only love.”
Clearly there is something fundamentally tempting about the twins; after all many would state ‘what’s the only thing better than having a hot man infront of you? Having two hot men infront of you!’ And Bel Ami have certainly reaped the benefits of the world’s desire to see this twincest in action: traffic to the company’s website has doubled since the twins first started appearing in 2009.
So instead of GQ, I'd call them "GC," or "gay & consanguinamorous." There is a poll at the link about consanguinamory, as well as some pictures of the pair from the waist up that anyone attracted to men might enjoy.
Is there any reason why there should be any law against this, or denying them marriage, if they want to get married? So far, I haven't heard a good one.