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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Discussing Consanguinamory


Consanguinamorous relationships are often ignorantly dismissed as dysfunctional, sick, or abusive, and sometimes the "incest" discussions found at porn sites do little to dispel that impression. However, and Kindred Spirits forum, which is NOT a porn forum, the discussions are sincere and reflect how real, beautiful, and in many ways, "normal" consanguinamorous relationships can be.

For example, here's a woman describing her relationship that was initiated through reunion reunion Genetic Sexual Attraction...
For [us] the most important things are the respect that we have for each other and remembering to always listen. [He] is my best friend, my partner and my lover. We have often wondered if the reason the sex is so good was because of the brother/sister element. We decided that we just fit together perfectly for what ever reason. Being non judgemental of each others desires and taking time to learn about what we both need.
He walks in the door after work and we are both just happy to be in each others company again especially knowing that we would give almost everything up to protect what we have.
Why would anyone want to kill such love? Why should they have to hide? Why shouldn't they be free to be open about their love and, if they want, to marry? There's no good reason.

If you want to discuss consanguinamory (consensual incest), I know of no better forum than Kindred Spirits, which is free. But if you join, be sure to immediately read and follow all of the rules. If you are a Friend of Lily, it can be very helpful to join with others to discuss life in general, as well as the love you have or had.
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7 comments:

  1. When I try to visit Kindred Spirits, I am immediately buried in porn pop-ups. Why is this happening?

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    1. I don't know. Don't have that problem but maybe it is because I visit using Safari or Forefox.

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  2. I've been looking at this site off and on for a while. I came back on today, and I just thought of something. What if people tried to spread the word by writing stories about their experiences and maybe even get a book published? Although the names should probably be changed and it should be written as if it were fiction so no one goes to jail for admitting something. I wonder if it would be legal to publish a book about consanguinamory? But maybe even little things like writing on sites for writing, or drawing comics or artwork about it would help other people to understand better.

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    1. I agreed to be interviewed about my relationship with my brother so that people could read my story and hopefully see that consanguinamory is not a bad thing at all. I want people to understand the kind of love that can form between family members and see that it is not always abusive and it is certainly not wrong.

      Liz Smith
      blond_one89@ymail.com

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    2. that would be a good idea maybe make it a romance anthology

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  3. Mr. Keith Pullman
    I know to assume that you know everyone who is said to "have GSA" but I was looking online and read a interview on a anonymous young lady who had planned on her and her father marrying. I can't find anything else on the couple and was wondering if you knew if they had gotten married and/or are still together, For I am in a similar situation and am nervous and kinda scared on what we might face in the future.

    Thank You

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    1. Congratulations on your love. I couldn't possibly have known everyone who has experienced GSA. However, I do know the woman interviewed in the NY Mag article, if that is the one you read. They have not yet married and they are together. The future gets better. That is why this blog exists. If you haven't done so already, you can write me at fullmarriageequality at yahoo dot com

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