[quote]Why is everyone looking at moi?\
Wow, I''m hyperventilating over that one. Is there a Part 2?
Part 2 & 3 are available on-line. Google is your friend. Use the title.
Is this the equivalent of Jerry Springer? Sounds like a fake story for attention.
Mother and son and/ or father and son. It doesn''t matter, the whole thing is completely sick and completely debauched. If you think a son and father having sex is exciting you really need to check yourself into a mental asylum. Honey you need some major help. %0D\
BTW, that lady and her son look like they had interbreeding in their family! Yikes! I guess interbreeding in families isn%E2%80%99t so rare because there are some people on this thread who think this is cool when it comes to father and son sex! Ewwwww!%0D
[quote]If you think a son and father having sex is exciting you really need to check yourself into a mental asylum. Honey you need some major help. \
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Have to agree with R23 on this one, mother- son, father-son, father-daughter, however you want to swing it, is sick, deranged and perverted. I never understood how or why so many gays here seem to get off on the idea of a grown man psychologically scarring his son by fucking him. Incest is unexcusable in my books, there is way too much legal, people out there for a person to intentionally get off with their own blood.
There's a big difference between fantasy and reality, R23. If someone is turned on by thinking about incestuous fantasies or by engaging in fantasy role-play with consenting partners, it does not necessarily indicate that person is a danger to himself and others and needs to be locked up in a looney bin. %0D
Incest fantasies are actually a fairly common sexual kink. Your shrill judgmental attitude bespeaks a particularly acute case of pearl-clutching. You might want to speak to a qualified licensed mental health professional about that whenever you have some time off from trolling DataLounge.%0D
Anyway. The story OP linked to reminds me of a phenomenon mentioned previously on here, a thing called Genetic Sexual Attraction. Apparently this is a real problem afflicting recently reunited adoptees and their family members. Because of the yearning for closeness and general emotional turmoil adult adoptees being reunited with their birth parents or with their long-lost siblings often experience, there is a risk that they develop strong feelings of sexual attraction towards one another. This happens often enough that agencies specializing in reuniting adult adoptees with their bio family members have to warn people about it.
[quote]This happens often enough that agencies specializing in reuniting adult adoptees with their bio family members have to warn people about it.\
Genetic Sexual Attraction?\
Agencies that specialize in reuniting adult adoptee? \
Warnings about incest?\
What a pant load!
I cannot vouch for the veracity of anything I posted about this alleged GSA phenomenon, R27; I''m just repeating information from a discussion previously posted here. Whatever the truth of the matter, stories on this topic seem to turn up in tabloids on a regular basis.
I read it as "organic." Not that it changes anything...
I''ve once watched on Discovery titled "The Science of Sexual Appeal," in which verious scientists say that throughout the evolution, the human body has devloped a mechanism, which works without us being aware of it, to avoid incest and thus genetic defects. It involves various facts, such as scent, image, and neurological functions related to sexual attraction. I wonder how that plays into theis phenomenon of adoptees being sexually attracted to biological siblings or parents after years of being apart.
If they enjoy it - who are we to judge? Strange how we can say "hands off my body" in regards to abortion but when two consenting adults who happen to be mother and son have sex - we are outraged. They are harming no one.
[R31] Of course, they''re not harming anyone----until they have children, which are very likely to have genetic defects.
That''s what birth control and abortion are for r32.%0D\
Ahhh...the wonders of modern science. Until the repugs make it illegal.
Sheesh. Lighten up, people.
What''s the big fucking deal?\
I had sex with my Son to give birth to Him.\
The gimmick was miraculous; the orgasm less so. \
When a god tells you He''s great, He''s overcompensating. Trust me.
Mary, unwed harlot and mother to Jesus the Christ
R31 are you a member of [...]?
[quote]The story OP linked to reminds me of a phenomenon mentioned previously on here, a thing called Genetic Sexual Attraction. Apparently this is a real problem afflicting recently reunited adoptees and their family members. Because of the yearning for closeness and general emotional turmoil adult adoptees being reunited with their birth parents or with their long-lost siblings often experience, there is a risk that they develop strong feelings of sexual attraction towards one another. \
Also, studies have shown that people are attracted to people who look like themselves.
Also, studies have shown that people are attracted to people who look like themselves.\
Hmmm, does that explain why some identical twins fuck around on camera? \
They just think they''re soooo hawt, they can''t resist?
This is definitely a sick, twisted story. But queens on DL are a bit hypocritical. (Surprise!) So many of you would be all excited it if was a father/son situation! And don''t deny it. I''ve read all the threads about those fetishes.
Well... they're obviously consenting adults. If they both agree, so what!
My Mom and I have felt it prudent to close out two long-standing incest accounts. We've left more documented personal info out there on the Net than ever before. This doesn't mean we have stopped having intercourse.
I shiver with . . . "Anticipation".
Geez, last time I posted a negative comment about incest I was accused of being old-fashioned and uptight.
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