- Mar 31, 2014
Oh yeah, same here. I just want the conflict "acknowledged" by the characters.
Could be a mother who was a stripper/whore teaching her daughter etc. Doesn't have to be direct incest involving sex but definitely blurring the lines.
Less plausible but I love it - An older sister or Aunt has always wondered why their very cute and polite relative has never had a girlfriend. One day she accidentally walks in on him in the shower and sees he has a micro penis and everything makes sense. She forces him to open up and realizes that she must train him to be subservient and useful to women in other ways.
Shame is something humans force on each other. It isn't natural. It being 'wrong' is a matter of perspective. Also, just because you have sex with someone, it doesn't mean you cease to value any previous relationship that you have with that person. I've been friends with benefits with someone. We were and remain friends. Sex didn't change that.I just want the chars immediately involved to not act like the sexual attraction is the only factor. They should know it's wrong. They should, if a previous relationship exists, value that relationship. I think incestuous tradition hurts the taboo appeal, but that's just my view.
What I never see is incest that is realistic, with people involved feeling any guilt or reluctance. Like I dont understand that and some how the oh who gives two hoots approach is not, sexy to me.