If your brother is forcing you to have sex with him, tell someone he's doing that. It's wrong.
If you're crushing on your brother and want to have sex with him, don't do it. I will admit that I have a crush on my sister. Heck, I can't even look at her without blushing! But I would NEVER act on those feelings because that would be very wrong.
A_perspective_mans_pov answered Sunday November 17 2013, 3:29 am: Well it all depends, now don't get me wrong it is immoral to have sex with your own flesh and blood, but it would also help to know your age but, anyways, you should defenitly reconsider your thoughts on this, and now I don't know of you did this on purpose but you did spell brother wrong, but this is oblivious to the fact and matter of which we are talking about, and that is that you had sex with your brother, and I he is forcing you, phisicaly, or mentally then you should probably contact a parent or guardian, but assuming that both components were mutual, yes I do personally think that, if you are happy with him, then, now again I am not approving of this, but I'd say go for it, but only if both are genuine, and true. [ A_perspective_mans_pov's advice column | Ask A_perspective_mans_pov A Question ]
Dragonflymagic answered Sunday November 17 2013, 3:07 am: It doesn't matter if you both mutually wanted it, it is wrong as you've already been told, and illegal.
If your brother is forcing you against your will and threatening you to keep quiet, you need to tell someone. I would talk to school counselors and tell them the situation, that he is raping with threat of physical harm if you rat on him.
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