Ok, so I'm watching Dr. Drew on CNN and there are 2 women on there who were adopted and found their biological fathers. They were elated to find their parent and started growing close to them. In both cases, these women developed a sexual attraction/relationship with their bio fathers. Both women were married and both women's marriages survived this twisted infidelity/incest. They have actually labeled this "phenomenom" as a disorder and have given it the name of Genetic Sexual Attraction, or GSA. They describe it as "an attraction that happens between family members who've been separated for most of their lives and haven't had the chance to bond properly,” and say that it's caused by oxytocin, which is the same hormone that happens when a mother gives birth and bonds with her baby, it's just delayed.
So.....I'm thinking, trying to understand and buy into their "reasoning" for this type of behavior and I say the "disorder" is just a way to justify their sick behavior. It is repulsive!. It's just sick and twisted. I know they didn't grow up with knowing one another but they knew when they sought out their fathers that they were related. They are all adults and met as adults and concsciously decided to have a sexual relationship even when they knew they were related. They voluntarily did this!!! What in the hell did they tell themselves the first time they had sex? They keep saying "when it happened", as if it can some how be equated with like, say, a rain storm or a broken leg. Those things just happen. YOU MADE A DECISION TO GO TO A SECLUDED PLACE WITH YOUR FATHER/DAUGHTER, TAKE YOUR CLOTHING OFF AND ENGAGE IN A SEX ACT. It didn't just happen!!! Obviously this type of thing has occurred for centuries, but I guess other than being repulsed by the incest because it was voluntary (between ADULTS WHO CONSENTED and not a situation where the playing field isn't level, e.g, a minor child being abused) I'm appalled and irritated that they want to clean it up and make it nice by giving it a nice little "disorder" title. What do you think?