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Monday, October 8, 2018

Tell Your Story

Are you, or have you ever been, in a “forbidden” consensual relationship?

Is one of your parents, children, or other family members in such a relationship, or have they been?

Are you the adult child of such a relationship, whether you were a biological child, adopted, or stepchild?

If you can say "yes" to one or more of those questions, I’d like to interview you. It doesn’t matter if the relationship is/was very casual, is a serious lifelong relationship, or somewhere between.

What qualifies as “forbidden?” While most of my interviews printed on the blog so far have been with people in consanguinamorous (consensual incest) relationships, I’m also interested in any consensual adult relationships that are forbidden by law, custom, tradition, community, or family and/or is subject to discrimination. This includes, but isn’t necessarily limited to, relationships with someone who is from an older or younger (adult) generation, or from a different race; gay or lesbian relationships; open relationships or marriages, relationships that include swinging, swapping, group, or polyamorous relationships; polygamous relationships or marriages, plural marriages, polyandry, or polygyny; and relationships often perceived as incestuous, such as between cousins, or Genetic Sexual Attraction relationships, or being with a close blood, step, adoptive, or in-law relative.

I’d like to interview you and publish the interview on my blog, and I can do so while protecting your anonymity.


What you get in return:

1. Loads of cash. Well, no, not really. I don’t accept funding for this blog and I won’t pay for participation. Sorry. This blog is a labor of love in every sense of the word. Also, I want people who just want to sincerely share their experiences, not someone who is will sensationalize for cash.

2. The satisfaction of knowing you are making a difference in the lives of many people around the world. People are relieved to read of other experiences like their own, and those who wonder about these relationships come away a little more enlightened.

3. Being able to tell of your relationship and experiences to someone who supports your rights and respects you.

4. A link to a website or profile of yours, depending on privacy issues.

The best way to contact me is via email. Check the Get Connected tab at the top of the screen or write me a fullmarriageequality at protonmail dot com.
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19 comments:


  1. Ive been sexually involved with my son Dan for some time now and on a consistent "full time" level for over two years. I of course can't 100% speak for my son but he has seemed happy in every way with the sexual side of our already very close mother/son bond, and as lately he often suggests ideas for our future together I can only conclude that he's happy that we're more of a committed couple now than ever before. I myself am overjoyed at how amazingly well we exist as a couple, and am still in awe of the unrivaled sexual passion we share which has only grown as we've come to complete terms with living together as mother and son but also as a man and woman. I will not say that our success is common, but the incidence of a mother and son becoming closer than deemed appropriate is truly far from a rarity. I believe and am hopeful that times are changing, and that should Dan desire it I can be his legal wife one day, despite being his birth mother. I believe that these times are approaching due to the acceptance and support (after being satisfied that there are no consent issues) from the MANY he and I have told over the years, the ambivalence and neutrality of some, and the very rare negative reactions. At least assuming they are told individually or in small groups. The only issues we've had with being harassed have been when a rumor reaches a large group at the same time, and the people overreact out of fear of being judged themselves. I think that if people would finally admit that they don't care if a mother and her son enjoy having sex with each other, the myth that most people DO care would fade and incest couples could love openly.

    On the issue of family members having children together I'll say only that I'm positive that it can work.

    I feel passionately about this and would like to help normalize a beauty ignored by the world

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    1. Are you and Dan going to have kids together?

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    2. Dear Ann Motheroftwo,
      How did it begin and who initiated it? How old are you now that you both are thinking of a future together?

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  2. This did not happen to me but my best friend was having an affair with her first cousin who was also my friend. He was a Viet Nam vet and suffered PTSD, but being with her helped him. Unfortunately the relationship did not last and he moved to Hawaii. Society can not dictate who you love. And as a struggling writer, I have one polyamorous relationship in my story. The only conflict comes from outsiders who want her to choose.

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  3. Hi I am a 65 year old woman that has been involved in a consensual relationship with my son for the past 25 years, before all the internet and support groups. I'm thankful there are blogs like this to share and help. People ask me how we lasted so long. Its like any other relationship. You have to work at it. Communication is especially important. I see so many think its just about sex. There is so much more to it. He is my best friend, my husband in every-way but legally, my lover and he happens to be my son too. I know he feels the same about me. How can anyone tell me or try to make me think this is wrong? Its not. What two consenting adults do is their business. We are lucky. We live in a state where its not illegal. We just can't get married and I hope that gets changed someday too. I think as this gets more and more out in the open and commonplace, people ideas will change and it will be accepted as gay marriage is now. May not be in my life time but I believe it will one day.

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    1. Thanks for sharing that. I would like to be in contact with you. If you would be so kind, please email me at fullmarriageequality at yahoo dot com

      Congratulations on having such a deep love for a long term,

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  4. Thank you so very much for your site; it's informative and brings solace.
    I felt as if hiding my relationships were the only option, but your site has helped me to accept that how I feel isn't wrong.
    Sevral years ago, after my dad had died of cancer, my one niece who was 20, decided to visit again. We're related by marriage and I'd always treated her with kindness and respect; and she was one of the few in my entire family whom always loved and accepted me as I was. I'm approx 18 yrs older than she and one night, quote innocently our short lived relationship began. We were romantically invovled for only a few months, and though I would've loved nothing more than to have continued our involvement, we both knew it was a bad idea. Our families would've rejected her completely; I shudder to think of what they'd have done to me!
    Wind the clock ahead a few years, and I'd become attracted to another family member. This time it was my oldest daughter, in her mod 20's. Though even hinting at such a relationship, she expressed discomfort. Since unlike her bio dad, I've never rejected her. And she's always been my most ardent supporter. Unless she initiates things, she'll never know how I truly feel... Yet, I somehow think she's gathered it.
    What I'd spent the past couple years trying to understand why what I felt was wrong.
    Considering that I'd never force nor coerce her and want only her happiness; I've come to understand that the problem is our hyocritical society! So many I know will vociferously demand and fight for "acceptance and equality of love fro everyone"... Except when it's a form which goes against their closely held preconceptions and ideals of "good" or "bad".
    And worse? I'm considered guilty of a horrible crime!!
    The crime of not being able to avoid falling in love with someone that society has decided is unconventional. And so many equate what most of us here feel with pedophilia or rape (YIKES!!). When the bulk of our respective society tells us to jist be ourselves, don't be afraid of showing who you really are... If it involves a loving, consensual, but unconventional relationship; it's all a ploy to entice their next victim ehoch they'll conveniently label as "monster" to show itself so that they can attack it!!
    But if developing such intense feelings are wrong, then let's be britally honest. In my case, the greatest impetus wasn't from anything my daughter or I did... It's because of the abuse I've suffered so often from "good, decent and normal" people.

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    1. Thanks for your kind words. Please feel free to write me privately at fullmarriageequality at yahoo dot com

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  5. I want to have sexual relations with my mother. how can i make love to her?

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    1. This is the best general advice I have: http://marriage-equality.blogspot.com/p/blog-page.html

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  6. Interesting brother-sister story here:

    https://np.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/6jejf3/redditors_who_have_fetishes_that_are_considered/djeppvb/

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  7. I'm 51 years old married mom. I'm sexually involved with my 27 years old son. My husband is still alive, but he doesn't know.
    Keith, you say you don't support cheating. But I don't know what to do. I love my husband very much and I don't want to be separated from him. At the same time I love my son too and the physical satisfaction he gives me makes our bond stronger. And to be honest me and husband not sexually active for over 20 years or so. But that didn't make me love him less. I never cheated on him before and I know he would never cheat on me. But now I have fallen into a quicksand and I can't find a way to get up. I don't know what should we do.

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    1. Anonymous, if you haven't done so yet, please write me an email at fullmarriageequality at protonmail dot com

      I promise I won't condemn you. I think your situation is more common than people think.

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  8. I've visited this sight for a long time. Love the interview series. I don't have any experience, but wanted to suggest a post. Women tend to be the primary consumers of erotic fiction. Literotica has a list of most popular stories. Easily 3/4ths are incest stories! I would therefore guess that incest is a very common fantasy among women too! But they won't talk about it! fantassy is not reality, but isnt that something? The wikipedia article on literotica states from 2 sources women are the primary consumers of erotic fiction.

    Perhaps you could do a bit of simple statistics, classifying which stories are most popular. I am sure it would lead to new traffic too! btw, its mostly m/s and b/s. And its also mostly older women reading erotic fiction! Now i need to find me a milf!

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    1. Thanks for this. I'll consider it. Good luck on your search.

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  9. I am a 22 year old male. My sister and I have been in an incestuous relationship together since our teenage years (consensual the whole time). Even though it has caused some past hardships, we've never regretted it I love her like I never thought it was possible to love anyone.

    Consensual incest, at least between siblings, is not a taboo. It's the most amazing, powerful, wonderful bond that you can experience. I came across your site while looking for something to bring me hope that maybe one day, we might be accepted as "siblings in love" instead of having to choose whether to be siblings OR in love whenever we go somewhere new in public. Whenever I ask someone why consensual incest is wrong they can only answer "Because it is" or "Because its a family member." I would give up anything to protect the relationship she and I have together. There's no one I trust more with my heart. There's no one I want more than her. And even if I could change the fact that she is my sister, I wouldn't. It's part of the many factors making our bond what it is.

    I am a filmmaker and a journalist. I know it can be hard to find content for something, especially something controversial such as incest. If you'd like to know my full story, I'll be glad to talk to you. If you are, I will set up a new gmail account to communicate with. I am sure you are trustworthy but after what we've been through when people found out once, I can't bring myself to risk sending it from an account I publicly use. Ironically that's actually the primary reason why I wish to share my story- so that one day, others don't have to be afraid to. I am asking first because the full story (if that's what you want) will be a mile or two long, and I will have to type in out over one or two day, as I do have many obligations to attend to daily. So if you're not interested, I'd rather not spend the time typing it for nothing.

    I will check for your reply. Thank you for what you do.

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    1. I want to hear whatever you have to say. Please to write me at fullmarriageequality at protonmail dot com and I will keep your anonymity like I have for so many others.

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  10. What can the interviewees expect?

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    1. Email me at fullmarriageequality at protonmail dot com and find out. I never share what someone tells me privately with anyone; unless they give me permission. So they can expect that their privacy will be protected.

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To prevent spam, comments will have to be approved, so your comment may not appear for several hours. Feedback is welcome, including disagreement. I only delete/reject/mark as spam: spam, vulgar or hateful attacks, repeated spouting of bigotry from the same person that does not add to the discussion, and the like. I will not reject comments based on disagreement, but if you don't think consenting adults should be free to love each other, then I do not consent to have you repeatedly spout hate on my blog without adding anything to the discourse.

If you want to write to me privately, then either contact me on Facebook, email me at fullmarriageequality at protonmail dot com, or tell me in your comment that you do NOT want it published. Otherwise, anything you write here is fair game to be used in a subsequent entry. If you want to be anonymous, that is fine.

IT IS OK TO TALK ABOUT SEX IN YOUR COMMENTS, BUT PLEASE CHOOSE YOUR WORDS CAREFULLY AS I WANT THIS BLOG TO BE AS "SAFE FOR WORK" AS POSSIBLE. If your comment includes graphic descriptions of activity involving minors, it's not going to get published.