The Consanguinamory Orientation Study (AKA the Non-GSA Study)

Hey folks, Here is another one for you. This survey is strictly for non-GSA consangs (i.e. Those of us typically lacking Westermarck Effect altogether where there was no separation and reunion) and is intended to prove that Consanguinamory is an orientation.

Why is such proof important? Because people have the perception that consang people can easily find partners who are unrelated to them and that therefore the prohibition on incestuous relationships is justifiable. On the surface that may look true to the outsider, because it’s quite easy to find regulars who are willing to have a sexual relationship, a cursory look at a dating website is enough to prove that. However, we cannot have double-love with regulars, and thus these relationships are often unsatisfying and unsustainable for us in the long term, it’s a theme I hear time and time again with people. So by expecting us to enter the world of regular relationships, and never to be what we naturally are, we’re expected to forever forego true happiness and satisfaction in life. This is intolerable, and downright cruel.

In short, the purpose of this survey is to arm us with real data which is set to prove our case, that we’re an orientation, and that we often CAN’T be satisfied with regular relationships. This is something we’re born with and didn’t ask for, but we should not be subjected to prohibition and incestophobia. Rather, we should be treated like the normal people that we are, and accepted into the mainstream alongside homosexuality.

Oh, and just as a reminder, the consanguinamory reproduction study is still live and will be for another few months yet. If you’ve had a child via consanguinamory, please fill out that survey to help dispel the ridiculous mythology of all children born of incest being disabled.

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