Imagine growing up as an adopted child, and at age 25 getting at Facebook message from a stranger who looks exactly like you.
That's what happened to Samantha Futerman, an actress living in Los Angeles.
"On February 1st, 2013, I got message on Facebook from a girl in London," Futerman said. "It said she had seen me in YouTube video, then after looking my name up online, saw that we were both adopted, and born on the same day, in the same city. When I saw her profile, it was crazy. She looked just like me."
The girl who had sent the message was Anais Bordier, a French fashion designer in London.
Modern communications and travel make reunions more likely.
They had their DNA tested to erase any doubt.
The result proved what their faces told them all along: they were sisters.
Bordier said she had always felt as though something was missing in her life. She never knew that, after she and her sister were born, they were each placed in separate foster care agencies and adopted separately.
I’m glad they found each other.
The sexual part of GSA will usually only come into play depending on sexual orientation. For example, if two sisters who have no sexual attraction to other women are reunited, their reunification/introduction isn’t likely to cause an exception. However, related aspects can come into play, such as experiencing a strong bond.