Monday, August 30, 2021

Broken Links

Due to circumstances beyond my control, all links here to my Tumblr are currently dead. I plan to edit old entries here, as much as possible, to have the text that used to be at those links, but it will take a while.

I apologize for the inconvenience.

It’s a good idea to follow me in more than one place, bookmark and save my info, and feel free to contact me.

My email addresses are:

fullmarriageequality at protonmail dot com
fullmarriageequality at yahoo dot com

Please note exactly how they are spelled. You can reach me at those addresses (ProtonMail is best) if you have any questions.

These are also my accounts through which I reach out to people and people can reach out to me:

Reddit -
Wire - fullmarriageequality
MeWe - Search for me by my Yahoo address. 

To a lesser extent, I also use...

Telegram - KPFME
Discord - FullMarriageEquality #2999
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Sunday, August 29, 2021

Full Marriage Equality is a Human Right

A friend pointed this out to me. From the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 16

Men and women of full age, without any limitation due to race, nationality or religion, have the right to marry and to found a family. They are entitled to equal rights as to marriage, during marriage and at its dissolution.

Marriage shall be entered into only with the free and full consent of the intending spouses.

Notice that it does not limit how many people may be married, or their genders, or their relations or lack thereof. The Declaration is compatible with full marriage equality.

Every nation should adopt full marriage equality, so that an adult is free to marry any and all consenting adults.
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Monday, August 23, 2021

If You Followed Me on Tumblr…

If you followed me on Tumblr, especially if you’d reblog me, please email me at fullmarriageequality at protonmail dot com. Thanks!

UPDATE: I've started all over again at Tumblr. I'm here. Hopefully, the long-established blog will get restored at its original location. 
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Wednesday, August 18, 2021

Poylamorous Consanguinamory in Ohio


1. There are people everywhere who have consanguineous sex, and there always have been.
2. There are polyamorous people everywhere, and always have been.
3. There are people everywhere who swing or have group sex, and there always have been.

Sometimes, people are in two or all three of these categories, and those who are might find each other.

We are bringing you another exclusive interview.. As this interview is being published, there are many people still spending more time home with family members. Perhaps some of them will find this interview an inspiration? Or they can see this for some possibilities.

People in consanguinamorous and polyamorous relationships are everywhere, though many polyamorists are closeted and consanguinamorists are even more likely to be closeted. Fortunately, some are willing to be interviewed for this blog. As a result, Full Marriage Equality has featured scores of exclusive interviews with lovers denied the freedom to marry and have that marriage treated equally under the law. Most can’t even be out of the closet or they’ll face prosecution under absurd incest laws, which, instead of focusing on abuse, also target consensual relationships.

The woman interviewed below should be free 
to legallmarry all her spouses, or simply to be together with her lovers without having to hide, yet they can’t. They are consenting adults who aren’t hurting anyone; why should they have been denied their rights? In much of the world, they could be criminally prosecuted for their love, and might be persecuted severely in addition.

Read the interview below and see for yourself what this woman has to say about the bond they share. You may think this relationship is interesting, or it might make you uncomfortable, or you might find it ideal, even highly erotic and romantic, but whatever your reaction, should lovers like these be denied equal access to marriage or any other rights simply because they love each other this way?

Also please note that someone you love, respect, and admire could be in similar relationships right now. Should they be attacked and denied rights because of the "incest" label?

**WARNING: Mildly explicit descriptions of adolescent exploration and adult sex.**


FULL MARRIAGE EQUALITY: Describe yourself.

Jennifer: I'm Jennifer, from West Virginia, originally. I currently live in a major city in Ohio with my husband, his sisters, our girlfriend, and our four children. I'm 30 years old and have been in a consensual sexual relationship with my brother Chris, 32, and sister, Jessica, 34 since my early teens.
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Monday, August 16, 2021

How Parents of Dating Siblings Can Help

Someone asked about this at this blog’s sister Tumblr. Since that post isn't available right now, I've added it here.

1. First and foremost, never out them to anyone against their will. There’s deadly bigotry against the consanguinamorous.

2. ASK them how you can be supportive. Everyone is different, after all. They might need you to help with their cover stories. They might want you to refer to them only by their first names, not as your son or daughter, in front of certain people. Maybe they need you to run interference between them and others in the extended family.

3. If you find what they’re doing “icky,” don’t say that to them. Think about it. Would you want someone else telling you that YOUR love life is icky?

4. If you’re willing to listen to them talk about their relationship, let them know that. Consanguinamorous people often feel alone and like they have nobody to talk with honestly about their love. However, make it clear you’re not going to pick sides if they quarrel.

5. Especially if they’re younger and depending on where you live, they might need your help in obtaining contraception.

6. If they need privacy for a date, give it to them. That might be letting them date at your place, even if they don’t live there, while you’re making yourself scarce.

7. If they don’t know that you know, signal your willingness to be supportive. There are multiple ways to do that, including discussing the topic of “forbidden” relationships in general, and letting them know you think it’s OK for siblings to date. Give them a safe setting in which to come out to you. If they don’t take the bait, don’t push it.

Check this out for more.
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Saturday, August 14, 2021

We Get Letters

It’s been a while since I’ve done a roundup of “letters” we’ve gotten. I’ll have to do that soon. Meanwhile, here’s a comment that was left by “iknowwhatisaw” several hours ago here.

I had a girlfriend (16 years older than me) that was intimate with both her daughter and son after she accidentally walked in on them. She had suspected that they experimented when they went to the same college and roomed together. But on this occasion both were married, the daughter 31 and pregnant, the son almost 30. That was how it started, and amazingly learned they never went beyond watching each other masturbate while living at home.

Please share more about this, iknowwhatisaw.

Did your girlfriend walk in on them while you were dating her, or was it before?

Why and when did our girlfriend tell you this? 

How did your girlfriend get involved? 

When you say she was intimate with both, do you mean separately or together?

Had your girlfriend been involved in Consanguinamory before, or had she known of others (either of which would make her more likely to pick up on what her son and daughter were doing), or was this her first time dealing with Consanguinamory?

Did their spouses know?

What became of them, last you knew?

She must have trusted you a lot to tell you any of that. You can comment below (I’ll publish the comment below, unless you say otherwise, when I see it) or email me at fullmarriageequality at protonmail dot com.

Sometimes parents discover their adult or teen children, whether full siblings, half siblings, step siblings, or adoptive siblings, are sexually affectionate with each other. Unfortunately, some of those parents react irrationally and destructively. It’s good this woman didn’t react in such a way. 

Readers, have you ever seen or heard of anything similar, or been involved? You can comment below anonymously.

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Monday, August 9, 2021

Marriage Equality Amendment

I once found this blog where someone was proposing a "Marriage Equality Amendment.”

The simple text of the proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution reads:

The right to marry shall not be abridged or denied by the United States or any state on account of sex or sexual orientation.

We are definitely in favor of lifting restrictions that prevent someone from marrying someone of the same gender. But this amendment would still leave on the books numerous laws that prevent full marriage equality. The people on whose behalf I am blogging would not only still be prevented from having their marriages recognized, but many could be imprisoned for openly living as married. Prejudice against one is prejudice against all.

A better wording for the amendment would be:
The right to marry or to personal consortium shall not be abridged or denied by the United States or any state on account of sex, gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, ancestry, consanguinity, affinity, or number of participants.

Haven’t we progressed to this point? Why prevent consenting adults from loving each other?

[This entry bumped up because it is as relevant as ever.]
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Sunday, August 8, 2021

You Are Not Alone

Do any of these statements describe you or someone you love?
  • I am afraid of people becoming aware of my gender, sexual orientation, attractions, relationship(s), or sexual experiences.
  • I am attracted to someone, a few, some, or only people of my gender.
  • I am in or want a same-gender relationship or marriage.
  • I am gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, queer, questioning, curious, or heteroflexible.
  • I feel like a different gender than what I appear to be to most people.
  • I am transgender, intersex, or androgynous. genderfluid, genderqueer, gender nonconforming, or non binary;
  • I don’t fit into a “traditional” gender role or the role other people think I should have.
  • I do not want to ever get married.
  • I do not want close relationships, only casual ones.
  • I enjoy casual sex at least on occasion.
  • I/we enjoy swinging.
  • I/we enjoy swapping.
  • I/we enjoy threesomes.
  • I/we enjoy group sex.
  • I/we are polygamous or want a polygamous marriage.
  • I am polyamorous.
  • I am in or want a polyamorous relationship.
  • I am seeing a polyamorous person.
  • I/we have or want an open relationship/marriage.
  • I am attracted to or want to have sex with a family member or close relative (an in-law, step-relation, adopted relation, half-blood relative, full-blood relative, cousin).
  • I am in a sexual relationship with or want a sexual relationship with a family member or close relative.
  • I want to marry a family member or close relative, or have our existing marriage legally recognized.
  • I have experienced Genetic Sexual Attraction or a strong attraction to a close genetic relative I was not raised with or I didn’t raise or who didn’t raise me.
  • I am in or want a consensual incestuous relationship with another adult.
If so, this blog exists for you. This blog exists to promote rights for all regardless of their gender, orientation, sexual, or relationship diversities.

You need to know:
  • You are not alone.
  • Your feelings, your experiences, and what you want are not necessarily wrong or impossible.
  • You have a future. It gets better. You can have a great life!
  • Change is happening, and you can help it happen faster.
It is especially important that you know that you are not alone. There are others who are going through the same thing. You may not see yourself represented in media, laws might not accommodate you or might even be outright discriminatory towards you. BUT.... YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

Reach out to Keith if you want someone you can communicate with, who understands and affirms who you are.

For more, see this page.

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Saturday, August 7, 2021

Myth: People Who Act on GSA Won’t Be Able to Have Normal Lives

Reality: The only hindrance to having a “normal life” for those who continue together in a Genetic Sexual Attraction relationship is the bigotry of others.

Some who’ve been brought together through GSA lead perfectly "normal," even unusually good lives. This is more likely to be possible with the support of friends and family and will be even more likely with decriminalization of GSA and the arrival of full marriage equality.

Until then, many people in consanguinamorous relationships are somewhat closeted. There may be people you know who seem like the cutest couple, and may be great neighbors to you, who are actually people who were brought together by GSA.

Please help make it possible for more people who've been brought together through GSA lead "normal" lives.

See Myth: Only Defective People Experience GSA

See Myth: GSA Causes Birth Defects or the Children Will Be Deformed
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Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Don't Be Shy

I've been helping people for a long time now. 

Whatever you're going through, you're not alone. Whatever your gender, whatever you sexual orientation, whatever kind of relationships you have or want (even if you don't want any), or if you're an ally, or if you're a friend or family member with questions about someone you know, you are welcome to contact me. Whether you...
  • have feelings for someone or someone has feelings for you and you don't know what to do
  • have or had a relationship or feelings you want to discuss with someone
  • want to talk with someone about having an "alternative" relationship or issues in such a relationship
  • want to network in support of equal rights or someone in particular
...I've helped many people in those situations, who didn't think they could talk with anyone else about it.

If you need someone to talk with you who is very open-minded and supportive, who will never share what you tell me privately with anyone else unless you give me your permission, reach out to me. There are many private ways to do so

I am NOT a licensed therapist. I'm just someone who has helped a lot of people dealing with these situations. I hope I don't come across is immodest when I say people have told me I have saved their life or helped them make their life so much better, and they are so happy they reached out to me.

So don't be shy. 

Even just to say "Hello... I read your blog."

As a reminder specifically for the consanguinamorous and allies of the consanguinamorous: There's a forum for you, which you can check out whether or not you reach out to me privately.

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Sunday, August 1, 2021

Why Does the Government Issue Marriage Licenses?

It's a good question. Someone asked it at this blog's sister Tumblr. It turns out government marriage licenses are a relatively recent invention and are only common in certain parts of the world. Click through for the answer.

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