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Sex Clinic - Is It Normal To Feel Sexual Attraction To Your Cousin?

Questions, stories, and a whole lot of speculation about sex is basically what Quora and Reddit pages look like.

India - land of one of the seven wonders, traffic and extreme tharak. I know India hasn't exactly been the best environment to talk about sex - but a sex drive that causes overpopulation isn't really ignorant about the concept of sex.

But, since we can never talk about our bedroom adventures out in the open - a lot of people take it online. Questions, stories, and a whole lot of speculation about sex is basically what Quora and Reddit pages look like.

Now, I know I'm not qualified enough to answer any of those questions - but a girl can try. So, let's answer these queries, shall we? Today's question come's from a young dude, trying to keep it in his pants -

Is It Normal To Have Sexual Attraction To Your Cousin?

Honey, what is you doing? I know it's difficult to act on your sexual desires in India - but don't channel them towards your cousin. I mean, it's the least you can do. And when it comes down to whether it's normal - if you have to ask, it probably isn't.

Also, your poor cousin literally thinks of you as her brother - because you are. It's like if Rahul had sexual feelings for Poo in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham - eeks. I don't know how that would go, and nor do I want to know.

 

It's not like there's a lack of other women around either - except in Haryana - but otherwise, there's quite an abundance. So please don't subject your cousin to this behaviour, pretty please.

But honestly, let's look into the question for real.

I know the thought of incest sends shivers down almost everyone's backs - but you'll be surprised to know that Genetic Sexual Attraction is a real thing.

Genetic sexual attraction is a term used to describe adults who meet for the first time and are attracted to each other, but who are related to each other by blood. For instance, a father who has never met his daughter may find himself physically attracted to her as an adult. The term was first used in the 1980s to describe the attraction that may exist between adoptees and their newly discovered relatives, so the term is still fairly new.

Basically, if your dad didn't know you were his child - he'd probably be attracted to you. (So, I guess that includes experiencing sexual attraction to your cousin) Sorry, but that's the science.

Why exactly GSA occurs is still up for discussion. There isn’t a great deal of research into the area, because who wants a PhD in incest? But some researchers have hypothesised, that an effect in infancy protects against GSA. When families live closely together, they become desensitised to each other as sexual prospects. This desensitisation effect is said to happen between birth and age six. Without it, and when relatives meet later in life, GSA can occur. Evidence from the Post-Adoption Centre and University College London suggests that GSA it happens in 50 per cent of reunion cases.

So simply put - when you are around your family the sexual attraction fades away because it isn't considered "normal", but in cases where people meet a relative for the first time ever - with no other connection except blood - it is more likely to be sexually attracted to them.

Genetic sexual attraction has been considered a pseudoscience by some experts who have tried to debunk it. Not surprising. These experts believe the idea that "you're more attracted to people with whom you share your genes" is total bunk.

When it comes to incest - like having a sexual attraction to your cousin or something of the like - when you have spent time together and are familiar with one another, it's a little harder to explain. Again, not a lot of research in that area.

What we do know are the terrible biological effects of incest when it comes to reproduction. Birth defects, chronic illnesses and general underdevelopment are just some of the reasons why conception is a mistake when it comes to incest.

So to our little brave boy, who asked if it's normal - it could be. It couldn't be. No one really knows. Sexual attraction to your cousin isn't the best idea to pursue.

Sex

Sex Clinic - Is It Normal To Feel Sexual Attraction To Your Cousin?

Questions, stories, and a whole lot of speculation about sex is basically what Quora and Reddit pages look like.

India - land of one of the seven wonders, traffic and extreme tharak. I know India hasn't exactly been the best environment to talk about sex - but a sex drive that causes overpopulation isn't really ignorant about the concept of sex.

But, since we can never talk about our bedroom adventures out in the open - a lot of people take it online. Questions, stories, and a whole lot of speculation about sex is basically what Quora and Reddit pages look like.

Now, I know I'm not qualified enough to answer any of those questions - but a girl can try. So, let's answer these queries, shall we? Today's question come's from a young dude, trying to keep it in his pants -

Is It Normal To Have Sexual Attraction To Your Cousin?

Honey, what is you doing? I know it's difficult to act on your sexual desires in India - but don't channel them towards your cousin. I mean, it's the least you can do. And when it comes down to whether it's normal - if you have to ask, it probably isn't.

Also, your poor cousin literally thinks of you as her brother - because you are. It's like if Rahul had sexual feelings for Poo in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham - eeks. I don't know how that would go, and nor do I want to know.

 

It's not like there's a lack of other women around either - except in Haryana - but otherwise, there's quite an abundance. So please don't subject your cousin to this behaviour, pretty please.

But honestly, let's look into the question for real.

I know the thought of incest sends shivers down almost everyone's backs - but you'll be surprised to know that Genetic Sexual Attraction is a real thing.

Genetic sexual attraction is a term used to describe adults who meet for the first time and are attracted to each other, but who are related to each other by blood. For instance, a father who has never met his daughter may find himself physically attracted to her as an adult. The term was first used in the 1980s to describe the attraction that may exist between adoptees and their newly discovered relatives, so the term is still fairly new.

Basically, if your dad didn't know you were his child - he'd probably be attracted to you. (So, I guess that includes experiencing sexual attraction to your cousin) Sorry, but that's the science.

Why exactly GSA occurs is still up for discussion. There isn’t a great deal of research into the area, because who wants a PhD in incest? But some researchers have hypothesised, that an effect in infancy protects against GSA. When families live closely together, they become desensitised to each other as sexual prospects. This desensitisation effect is said to happen between birth and age six. Without it, and when relatives meet later in life, GSA can occur. Evidence from the Post-Adoption Centre and University College London suggests that GSA it happens in 50 per cent of reunion cases.

So simply put - when you are around your family the sexual attraction fades away because it isn't considered "normal", but in cases where people meet a relative for the first time ever - with no other connection except blood - it is more likely to be sexually attracted to them.

Genetic sexual attraction has been considered a pseudoscience by some experts who have tried to debunk it. Not surprising. These experts believe the idea that "you're more attracted to people with whom you share your genes" is total bunk.

When it comes to incest - like having a sexual attraction to your cousin or something of the like - when you have spent time together and are familiar with one another, it's a little harder to explain. Again, not a lot of research in that area.

What we do know are the terrible biological effects of incest when it comes to reproduction. Birth defects, chronic illnesses and general underdevelopment are just some of the reasons why conception is a mistake when it comes to incest.

So to our little brave boy, who asked if it's normal - it could be. It couldn't be. No one really knows. Sexual attraction to your cousin isn't the best idea to pursue.

Sex

Sex Clinic - Is It Normal To Feel Sexual Attraction To Your Cousin?

Questions, stories, and a whole lot of speculation about sex is basically what Quora and Reddit pages look like.

India - land of one of the seven wonders, traffic and extreme tharak. I know India hasn't exactly been the best environment to talk about sex - but a sex drive that causes overpopulation isn't really ignorant about the concept of sex.

But, since we can never talk about our bedroom adventures out in the open - a lot of people take it online. Questions, stories, and a whole lot of speculation about sex is basically what Quora and Reddit pages look like.

Now, I know I'm not qualified enough to answer any of those questions - but a girl can try. So, let's answer these queries, shall we? Today's question come's from a young dude, trying to keep it in his pants -

Is It Normal To Have Sexual Attraction To Your Cousin?

Honey, what is you doing? I know it's difficult to act on your sexual desires in India - but don't channel them towards your cousin. I mean, it's the least you can do. And when it comes down to whether it's normal - if you have to ask, it probably isn't.

Also, your poor cousin literally thinks of you as her brother - because you are. It's like if Rahul had sexual feelings for Poo in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham - eeks. I don't know how that would go, and nor do I want to know.

 

It's not like there's a lack of other women around either - except in Haryana - but otherwise, there's quite an abundance. So please don't subject your cousin to this behaviour, pretty please.

But honestly, let's look into the question for real.

I know the thought of incest sends shivers down almost everyone's backs - but you'll be surprised to know that Genetic Sexual Attraction is a real thing.

Genetic sexual attraction is a term used to describe adults who meet for the first time and are attracted to each other, but who are related to each other by blood. For instance, a father who has never met his daughter may find himself physically attracted to her as an adult. The term was first used in the 1980s to describe the attraction that may exist between adoptees and their newly discovered relatives, so the term is still fairly new.

Basically, if your dad didn't know you were his child - he'd probably be attracted to you. (So, I guess that includes experiencing sexual attraction to your cousin) Sorry, but that's the science.

Why exactly GSA occurs is still up for discussion. There isn’t a great deal of research into the area, because who wants a PhD in incest? But some researchers have hypothesised, that an effect in infancy protects against GSA. When families live closely together, they become desensitised to each other as sexual prospects. This desensitisation effect is said to happen between birth and age six. Without it, and when relatives meet later in life, GSA can occur. Evidence from the Post-Adoption Centre and University College London suggests that GSA it happens in 50 per cent of reunion cases.

So simply put - when you are around your family the sexual attraction fades away because it isn't considered "normal", but in cases where people meet a relative for the first time ever - with no other connection except blood - it is more likely to be sexually attracted to them.

Genetic sexual attraction has been considered a pseudoscience by some experts who have tried to debunk it. Not surprising. These experts believe the idea that "you're more attracted to people with whom you share your genes" is total bunk.

When it comes to incest - like having a sexual attraction to your cousin or something of the like - when you have spent time together and are familiar with one another, it's a little harder to explain. Again, not a lot of research in that area.

What we do know are the terrible biological effects of incest when it comes to reproduction. Birth defects, chronic illnesses and general underdevelopment are just some of the reasons why conception is a mistake when it comes to incest.

So to our little brave boy, who asked if it's normal - it could be. It couldn't be. No one really knows. Sexual attraction to your cousin isn't the best idea to pursue.

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