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Monday, May 02, 2005

WaPo on the brighter side of incest

Ladies and gentlemen, I present the Washington Post and Chronicle's idea of a human interest story. It's just like a regular human interest story, only with relatives screwing:
"I just could not stop looking at her," Andrews, 39, recalled, sitting in the late-day shade of a cafe umbrella he set up in the yard of his mobile home. "I just kept thinking: 'I'm going to get her. Someday, I'm going to get her and marry her.' " He also knew, even as a mere lad of 14, that this wouldn't be just any romance because the object of that rapturous gaze happened to be his cousin Eleanor. And not a distant cousin, somewhere in the far branches of the family tree. Their mothers were sisters.
Aww, isn't that cute, in a perverse, deviant kind of way?
But their marriage also cast a light on conflicting state laws surrounding the practice and on such groups as Cousins United to Defeat Discriminating Laws through Education and www.cousincouples.com, which cite new research to encourage acceptance of such unions.
Yeah, the acronym for that inbreeder's club is CUDDLE. Take a look at the organization's website, and you'll find this quote from John F. Kennedy:
There are risks and costs to a program of action, but they are far less than the long-range risks and costs of comfortable inaction.
Very inspiring, but I'm pretty sure he wasn't talking about humping his relatives.

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