hi im a male and im 18. i think my (female) 3rd cousin is reaaally hot and sexy. she feals the same way about me! last weekend our parrents went on a trip and she spent the night at my house and we had a hot makeout sesion. we almost had sex but then my little brother walked in on us. now my cousin doesnt think its a good idea to have sex anymore, but i do! i really want to bang her like so badly!!! do you think its okay for (3rd) cousins to have sex if I use a condum?
allisonxo answered Monday June 5 2006, 10:15 pm: Well in my opinion if your cousins at all.. no. But that's just me. Afterward it might be awkward around your whole family and stuff so i don't think its that great of an idea. I don't suggest it, but its your choice not mine sorry.. [ allisonxo's advice column | Ask allisonxo A Question ]
KELLY_ELIZABETH answered Monday June 5 2006, 9:24 pm: although i dont reccommend it, there really isnt anything super wrong with it. some cultures reccommend breeding/marrige within the family. and since she is your 3rd cousin, id say its okay. but like its kinda a wierd situation, i mean what if she did get pregnent, or your parents found out? how would you tell them? also, there might be a problem with the gene pool because your guys are related- but of corse thats always a small chance. i know this may sound wierd, but Rudy Giuliani's first wife was also his third cousin. i just found that when i was looking up info about the question, and thought it was pretty interesting. so yea, theres nothing really wrong with it - besides the fact its a little wierd. but hey, its all up to you guys! good lucckk
x0Kelly0x answered Monday June 5 2006, 12:37 am: ok well i think it just wrong to have sex with your third cousin, its just plain weird and gross! and also if she doesnt want to have sex with you anymore mabey you should look for other girls that arent your cousin. if your with your cousin you never know if you could be missing the one girl of your dreams!
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