Broke Straight Boys Features Two Cousins Having Sex
They're definitely cousins. They look exactly alike.
Here's my question: is it legal to document and upload that kind of stuff? How are they getting away with this, BSB that is, not to mention, can't these two guys be arrested for incest?
OP, where are you from that you think sexual activity between male cousins is illegal and constitutes incest?
r1 = moron
What law enforcement agency isn't too busy to be willing to take the time to pursue something like this, if nobody's complaining?
There is no law against male cousins doing the nasty with one another.
name names OP (or provide a link) these unfounded allegations are unworthy of the datalounge.
R1, the definition and legality of incest varies by jurisdiction, but it's true that male cousins are usually in the clear.
In Wisconsin, it is legal for first cousins to get married if the female is over 55 or if they submit proof one of them is sterile.
Some states don't even have that restriction.
Did anyone think to get Cathy and Patty Lane's opinion on this?
I doubt if there are any laws regarding MALE cousins, R9.
Incest is incest, and it's illegal. Yes, in certain states you can marry a cousin, but not in the majority.
[quote]Incest is incest, and it's illegal.
Typical DL idiot who knows nothing but doesn't let that stop her from being an expert.
It is different if it is men. Men just have sex. women make love and have an emotional commitment, so it should only be outlawed if women are involved.
"They're definitely cousins. They look exactly alike."
There are lots of people that look exactly alike that aren't related.
From what I can tell, this occurred in 2009. So clearly there's no legal issue.
Cousins? My pussy stinks.
R15, you are wrong. Men do not just have sex, BOYS have sex. Men make love.
[quote]can't these two guys be arrested for incest?
They certainly should be arrested. If one of these guys gets pregnant, they could end up having a really weird baby.
So funny R21.
People who say *make love* are Pollyanas. Sex is not love.
Jesse James married his first cousin, Zerelda (also his mother's name) and they had 2 children.
OP is inbred, that's why he asked such an asinine question.
None of the reasons society prohibits incest are implicated here.
In the United States the District of Columbia and every state, except Rhode Island, have some form of codified incest prohibition. However, individual statutes vary widely. Rhode Island repealed its criminal incest statute in 1989, Ohio only targets parental figures, and New Jersey does not apply any penalties when both parties are 18 years of age or older. A conviction for incest attracts the following penalties by state:
5 years imprisonment in Hawaii
10 years imprisonment in North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota
14 years imprisonment in California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska and Idaho
15 years imprisonment in Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia and West Virginia
20 years imprisonment in Massachusetts, New York, New Hampshire, Maine, Pennsylvania, and Vermont
25 years imprisonment in Kansas, Nebraska, Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Colorado, Wyoming, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky
Life imprisonment in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.
Three convictions or more of incest also require the offenders to register as "Sex Offenders"
In all states, close blood-relatives that fall under the incest statutes include:
First cousins (in some states)
Rhode Island allows uncles to marry their nieces if they are part of a community, such as orthodox Jews, for whom such marriages are permitted. Many states also apply incest laws to non-blood relations, including stepparents, step-siblings, and in-laws.
OP, are you sure they're cousins? They do look a little bit alike, but their banter sounds very sprouted. The one who is "married" is hot-ish, the other one not so much.
For those who are interested, here's what Google Translate gave me for R31: [quote]U.S. President Herbert Hoover, the 31st generation is criticized as "man" Roosevelt "as a pretext for war against Germany, tried to plot against the United States into a war with Japan" of madness
I'm not quite clear on what this has to do with incest ...
ahahha sorry wrong..
[quote] is criticized as "man"
Yes, he was a man, and deserved to be harshly criticized for that. Men are always trying to plot us into war, madness indeed.
Man on the land!
[R31] = 人種差別的なレズビアンビーガンカトリックトロール警告！
where are R1 and R12 now? Idiots.
cousins having sex is not a crime in a majority of states. period.
[quote]In Wisconsin, it is legal for first cousins to get married if the female is over 55 or if they submit proof one of them is sterile. Some states don't even have that restriction.
Why did they feel the need to sit down and write these restrictions? Is it such a problem that they have to clarify?
[quote]is criticized as "man"
He look like a man?
Regardless, I can honestly say I don't have a first cousin I'd fuck with a 10 foot pole.
"and New Jersey does not apply any penalties when both parties are 18 years of age or older"
This really explains a lot about "Jersey Shore."
Where the hell is a link, OP? This thread is pointless and annoying without one.
Slightly OT, but I've watched some Broke Straight Boys videos and the cameraman's voice is kind of pervy and creepy...I wish he wouldn't talk at all.
Sex between male cousins seems to be very common.
The cops don't have the initiative to send illegals back to their own countries, I doubt the cops will be yanking canoodling cousins from their den of iniquities.
You can marry your first cousin in the state of California.