Saturday, April 29, 2023

How to Be An Ally To Consanguinamorous People You Know

This is about how to be an ally to someone you personally know who is in, or may be in, a consanguinamorous relationship, or any consensual relationship that is called incestuous. If you want to help consanguinamorous people in general, see this page.

The Short Answer:

A) Respect their boundaries. Do not out them or share their secrets, and do not press them for anything they don't want to share. ASSURE THEM YOU WON'T BETRAY THEM.

B) Be willing to listen.

C) Cover for them as necessary.

The Long Answer

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Thursday, April 27, 2023

Celebrating International Consanguinamory Day

April 28 is a day to celebrate and to affirm consanguinamory

People who are consanguinamorous or in consanguinamorous relationships shouldn't have to hide.

Consanguinamory has always been part of the human experience, wherever people have been, regardless of location, class, or demographics. 

Consanguinamory isn't shameful. It is quite often a beautiful thing. 

Consenting adults should be free to love each other how they mutually agree, and shouldn't have to hide their love. They should be free to share their love and be true to themselves, without being prosecuted, persecuted, or discriminated against. 

To all consanguinamorous people:

Most of you have to keep your celebrations private, but we know you're out there, and you are valid and deserve your rights. Friday, April 28 is your day. Progress is being made. Let's make more!
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Wednesday, April 26, 2023

Adriana Chechik Is Not Alone

Dimitris Kouimtsidis reports at

Adriana Chechik, 31, who shattered vertebrae at TwitchCon in October last year after leaping off a platform following a jousting game, discussed her adult movie preferences on the Pillow Talk podcast, hosted by Ryan Pownall.

Known for her boldness when discussing sex, the OnlyFans content creator revealed that she's really into incest porn and described it as "hot".

A couple of things. 1) It's one of the most popular genres. 2) Like the rest of porn and media in general, reality is usually different.

She even went as far as to describe it as "normal", following its depiction in the hugely successful Game of Thrones TV show.

It is normal in the sense that it's highly popular and themes have been in media throughout history.

Ryan asked her: "You like weird s***?" Before Adriana replied: "Like hillbilly s***?"

The host then expanded: "Is what you watch illegal?" 
The 31-year-old explained: "I mean maybe like sometimes I look up incest."

Consanguinamory happens everywhere, and erotic media depicting it tends to reflect that. People who like such media are everywhere, too. They're not just hillbilles.

Her 4 million Instagram followers quickly flocked to the comment section to share their opinions, with one writing: "Step bro and sis ain't incest tho."

A second quipped: "Someone tag her brother", while a third added: "Reql Incest makes families strong and strengthens family ties she is one of the best P.S".

Affection is good.

A fourth said: "And you got weirded out when ur cousin said nice vids". 
That last comment refers to the revelation that one of Adriana's cousins told her he "loves watching her videos"
She said: "I had a cousin who texted me when I was two years into porn and he said 'oh man I love your s**t'." 
Ryan quickly interjected, asking her: "But he doesn't know you're cousins?" 
But Adriana called out the family member, adding that he knew full well the two were related. 
"No he knows we're cousins," she said. "He's 12 years older than me, but I'm from bumble f*** Pennsylvania. There's some white trash roots deep in my bloodline."

Anyone who models or performs online should assume they have relatives or family members who see it. Even old stuff from print magazines or VHS videos is now found online. It shouldn't be a problem. There's nothing wrong someone admiring their relative or their relative's performances.

But again, consanguinamory has been in every demographic and everywhere there have been people. It isn't limited to any one race, class, or overal lifestyle.
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Tuesday, April 25, 2023

Lesbian Visibility Day 2023 - Wednesday April 26

A Happy Lesbian Visibility Day to all of our lesbian family and friends. Wednesday, April 26 is a day to recognize and appreciate the lesbians of the world, who’ve contributed so much and endured so much.

Lesbian Visibility Week is running from Today, Monday April 24, through Sunday, April 30.

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International Consanguinamory Day - Friday, April 28

Friday, April 28, 2022 is the sixth Annual International Consanguinamory Day.

It is a day to celebrate and raise awareness about consanguinamory, consauinamorous relationships, and consanguinamorous people. It is important for people to know:
  • They know people who are consanguinamorous, perhaps people they love and admire.
  • Consanguinamorists exist in every demographic, race, class, and population and always have.
  • Consanguinamory is in your genealogy.
  • Consanguinamorists face prejudice, harassment, discrimination, even criminalization and murder simply for being who they are and loving other consenting adults.
  • We are going to ensure that people of all genders, sexual orientations, and relationship orientations, including consanguinamorous people, have their rights sooner rather than later.
The double-bond or double-love of consanguinamory is worth celebrating.

Consanguinamorous people and allies are welcome to join Kindred Spirits for support and opportunities to help others. If you’re consanguinamorous, you’re not alone!

Celebrate consanguinamory!

Bring up to the topic of consanguinamory and/or consanguinamorous people in your discussions.

Do something to advance rights.

Become an ally.

Come out as an ally to specific people you know.

Come out as an ally in general.

Come out as consanguinamorous.

Initiate consanguinamory into a relationship.

Rekindle a consanguinamorous relationship.

Celebrate your ongoing consanguinamorous relationship.

Display The Lily.

If you'd like to discuss any of this with Keith, contact him. You can also leave a comment with what you're doing or your suggestions to others by using the comments feature below.
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Friday, April 21, 2023

Data From College About Siblings

On Quora, Someone named Abigail Petersen. who graduated in 2021 after studying forensic science and psychology, answered a question asking how common it is for brothers and sisters to get together

I will cut in to say, It’s a lot more common than people think or like to admit. The only problem is, getting people to talk about it. We really shouldn’t be surprised about it. A big brother is, quite often, the first grown penis many of us girls see in real life. Living in close proximity, accidents happen, opportunity for peeping is there, and curiosity gets the better of us. That and you have brothers who love to show off to anyone within view and will flash the weenie, or moon us. Sexual experimentation happens, whether people want to believe it or not.


I wrote a paper in my “Psychology of Sex” class in college...I printed a survey and stood on campus having 300 girls fill it out. Only girls because this was my focus. I had a big box they could drop it in, and even allowed them to push their arm down inside to mix up the surveys so it would be impossible to find their survey. Once they were convinced results were 100% anonymous, I’d like to think they were truthful.

  • Over 66% saw their sibling nude after puberty.
  • Over 2/3’s let there sibling see them nude.
  • 45% masturbated in front of their sibling.
  • 39% wanted a sexual relationship with their sibling.
  • 28% had sex with their sibling.


It would be good to get more data on consanguinamory from various places, year after year, while addressing concerns about incrimination, loss of privacy, etc. so the responses would be honest and sincere. From flirting to romantic dating to sexting to various sex acts to lifelong partnerships, what have people done and what would they like to do if they could?

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Wednesday, April 19, 2023

Consanguinamory Day is April 28 - Consider Making Plans

There are countless ways to observe or celebrate Consanguinamory Day, which falls each year on 4/28 or 28/4 depending on how you write dates. You still have time to make plans for this year's observance on the last Friday of this month. Celebrate consanguinamory!

Bring up to the topic of consanguinamory and/or consanguinamorous people in your discussions.

Do something to advance rights.

Become an ally.

Come out as an ally to specific people you know.

Come out as an ally in general.

Come out as consanguinamorous.

Initiate consanguinamory into a relationship.

Rekindle a consanguinamorous relationship.

Celebrate your ongoing consanguinamorous relationship.

Display The Lily.

Start planning now! If you'd like to discuss your plans with Keith, contact him. You can also leave a comment with your plans or your suggestions to others by using the comments feature below.
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Monday, April 10, 2023

National Siblings Day

It’s National Siblings Day, at least here in the US. 

In keeping with the interests of this blog, we want to celebrate all people who love their siblings, especially if that includes supporting your sibling as they face discrimination for their gender identity,  their sexual or relationship orientations, or their relationships or sexuality.

We also want to celebrate all siblings in consanguinamorous relationships. For many of them, there is no more important person in the world than their sibling(s).

So if you have a good sibling, let them know you appreciate them.

Here's one of many interviews I've done with consanguinamorous siblings. There are more here.

If you have siblings or children or a parent or some other close relative or friends in such a sibling relationship, this is for you.

Sometimes middle-aged siblings experience a change in their relationship dynamic. Unfortunately, siblings are still denied their freedom to marry in most of the world.

Finally, there is some really wonderful, painfully realistic fiction about a sibling relationship.

Comment below or email fullmarriageequality at protonmail dot com if you have something you want to share about your sibling(s).
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Friday, April 7, 2023

Finding Joy At Home

We have another exclusive interview to bring you. 

People in consanguinamorous relationships are everywhere, though consanguinamorists tend 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 man interviewed below should be free 
to legallmarry his lover, or simply to be together as a couple without having to hide, yet they can’t. Prejudice can be deadly. 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 man has to say about the love he shares with his spouse. 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 a similar relationship right now. Should they be attacked and denied rights because of the "incest" label?


FULL MARRIAGE EQUALITY: Describe yourself.

Trevor: I’m a 26 year old white male who lives in the Pacific Northwest and I work as a tram operator. One of my favorite hobbies is visiting old-fashioned taverns for the food and atmosphere. I currently live with my mother in our apartment. She is 44. 

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Thursday, April 6, 2023

International Asexuality Day

International Asexuality Day is today, Thurrsday, April 6th.

Included in today's observance is demisexuality, grey-asexuality, and other ace idententites.

If you're an asexual, you are welcome here.

Asexuals aren't broken.

Asexuality exists.

Asexuality isn't a phase.

Asexuals can have meaningful relationships, including relationships that include sex.
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