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Marrying Close To The Family
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(12-08-2017, 07:23 PM)Pssst Wrote: heh

Kids, whatya gonna do? LOL

Back to topic. I was raised in a very rural Eastern Kentucky home, more like a cabin, all sisters and brothers 15 years or older than I. Never wanted to date one much less cohabit. Not so with many of my neighbors. Marriage licenses were for the rich, you know, the ones with a front porch. Smile 

Two brothers would live together, never was the word gay or homo or anything related to their relationship...although everyone knew there was a sexual component. It was just two brothers "who couldn't git married". Sister-sister, same thing, no lebo, no gay, just two sisters who were "old maids"...although everyone knew there was a sexual component.

Came time to move to the big city, county seat, must have been thousands of people. Culture completed changed and we were only a few miles up the hills.

Religion was the difference, not law (enforcement).

Exactly how did everyone know there was hankypanky? Btw, hankypanky between same sex partners is homosexuality
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(12-08-2017, 11:13 AM)Typoz Wrote: Here's another. Try reading the OP before posting a whole thread full of irrelevant responses about something else.


By George I believe you're right! I do apologize for my gross lack of reading comprehension skills, good sir.
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(12-08-2017, 07:54 PM)Steve001 Wrote: Exactly how did everyone know there was hankypanky? Btw, hankypanky between same sex partners is homosexuality

I was unaware of that. Tongue

Everyone knows everything about everyone in small, Appalachian town-camps. You have no choice. When the snows came, we had to cut and pull wood, everyone pitched in. Funeral - everyone. Birth - everyone at the party (midwivery). Road blocked - everyone. There was only 25 27 in my graduating high school class.

I was the valedictorian. LOL With a "B" average. Poor, sto0pId and rag-tagged. Teeth were considered a plus. But no judgments.
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Although the same sex sibling sex thing would likely harm little beyond the participants it's quite another story when it comes to the idea of them adopting children. There's a host of practical reasons why same sex couples in general should not be adopting children the same way there's lots of practical reasons and evidence for why step parents and single parents shouldn't be a thing. Granted it's only practical to someone who realises and cares that children are actually little people who turn into adults, not just "children." Making them same sex while also being siblings likely compounds the already noted issues such little people have been found to have later in life. It is of course not politically correct to say this, but of course that's why there had to be a distinction made between what is politically correct and what's just plain correct in the first place. Typically one is not the other:


http://dailysignal.com/2015/04/20/childr...les-marry/

Furthermore why do/would same sex couples, let alone same sex couples who are also siblings, feel the need to raise children in the first place? Hell, why does anyone feel the need to raise children. Things that are, when you get right down to it, parasitic lifeforms that feed off of at least one person for a bare minimum of 9 months and are optionally allowed to leech for a few years after that. Even after that it's not guaranteed they'd give anything back. Perpetual time and resource sinks that drain people of what they could've been using to perhaps improve themselves and their own life. Especially these days in the age of automation children are especially pointless beyond a hobby or something. This isn't the 1800's where children were your workforce for the farm, we've got robots for that now, and they do a better job.
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