5 thoughts on “The Rise of Brother-Sister Incest

  • March 19, 2019 at 6:05 am

    You can’t actually believe that this stuff is real. It’s evidence of a felony in all but two states, and will destroy your life even in those two.

    Take a good close look at it, this time with a more critical eye, and watch the body language. Those people aren’t in love with each other.

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    • June 16, 2019 at 6:13 am

      A lot of it is not made in the US, Owen. Yes most incest porn is fake… but a decent amount is clearly not, for example the numerous videos featuring identical twins (and at least one widely available series of videos with identical triplet sisters). I’ve even seen some American/Canadian made brother-sister videos where the participants show their ID cards, I assume that being made by consenting adults, even though illegal, trying to prosecute is probably more trouble than authorities deem it worth going after. That said I sure as hell never would’ve made any video/photo evidence of anything I theoretically did with my sister in college.

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  • March 19, 2019 at 11:03 pm

    Hi, may I ask where you found these examples and how you can prove they’re not fake?

    Thanks

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  • April 12, 2019 at 5:52 am

    I noticed that you didn’t give any reason to believe these relationships were negative or harmful in any way other than the standard “eewww” reaction stated in more clinical language. From my brief survey of this landscape, it seems like we should separate sexual relations between generational equals (cousins or siblings with only a minor age gap) which began after adulthood from our traditional view of incest.

    Incest has a predatory connotation, as it should. Children, or even young adults, being sexualized by there elders is abuse.

    However, two siblings over the age of 25 making the mutual decision to have sex seems like individuals exercising their free will. If accounts on line are to be believed at all, then the participants usually claim the experience to be positive and one they don’t regret (as long as both parties were adults and neither felt forced).

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  • May 1, 2019 at 9:11 am

    Im over 50 and I am glad I am the age I am. These are issues better left for people with plenty of life left in them to recover from the consequences of such behavior.

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