I once and met a very attractive man. We talked, and he found me very attractive too.
We had lots of things in common, enjoyed each other's humor, and a great conversation overall.
We exchanged numbers and decided to hang out; movie, dinner
And guess what?
We met at a family reunion.
Don't get weirded out by that. We didn't sleep together or 'officially date'. My point was that attraction is attraction, and the only reason that
society deems some types of attraction as 'weird' is because of religion and culture.
As long as there are mutual, consenting adults involved (no children, no rape), then lets face it and admit that attraction is natural. When its
there, we only suppress it, not make it go away
Think about it: say you go to a bar and meet a nice person of the opposite sex (or same sex, if you are homosexual) that you find extremely
Conversation ensues and you both decide that you want to you want to continue to see each other....perhaps you may even 'hook-up' one night.
Say 2 years later, you both have fallen in love and then decide to visit a relative on either their side or yours.
The relative winds up stating that you two are actually related.
Honestly, does the attraction stop? Does the love turn from 'romantic' to 'family-love' in that instant?
edit on 26-3-2012 by ButterCookie
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