Incest Sex Stories

Incest -from the Latin incestus, that is to say, "incasto", "not chaste" - is the practice of sexual relations between individuals very close by consanguinity - biological or consanguineous apparentness. They qualify as incestuous, in all cultures, to sexual relations between siblings, between mothers or fathers and their children, between grandparents and grandchildren, and thus all consanguineous ancestors with their descendants. Also, although the consanguinity is lower, in many cultures sexual relations between uncles and nephews and between consanguineous cousins ??are considered incestuous. For cultural reasons, sexual relations between very close in-laws -daughters and daughters-in-law or sons-in-law, mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law or sons-in-law and, to a lesser extent, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, are more laxly qualified as incest. Throughout history and in different socio-cultural areas, the prohibition of incest and the search for new kinship ties have prevailed outside the social group of origin -family of orientation-, although the degree of relationship in which they are prohibited varies according to each context. This rule is called exogamy, as opposed to inbreeding. The anthropology of kinship has studied the dual organization of society in different primitive cultures to arrive at the conclusion that individuals have traditionally sought a partner outside of the family group. The concept of dual organization of society refers to the grouping of human beings into at least two rival tribal segments. These would have clánic character and their lineages, in case of being able to establish the genealogical nexus with a concrete ancestor, would seek to establish a new social relationship of friendship and mutual cooperation through what is called "marriage" -a relationship of affinity or alliance previously referred to -.2?

However, there are some historical exceptions to the universal prohibition of incest. We have the cases of the monarchies of Ancient Egypt - see, for example, the biography of Cleopatra, who governed in marriage first with one of her brothers and then with another; that of the monarchs of Tahuantinsuyo and those of the former Hawaiian monarchs. In all cases there was a "reason of State" that could be summed up in the attempt to keep power concentrated in a family-dynasty-; for this reason, such incest used to be sometimes nominal and legalized; such incest often concluded with fratricidal dynastic wars.


However, there are very few cultures and societies in which pseudoincestuous relationships are a common and accepted social practice. They are not true incest but polyandria, in which a woman can have several husbands and such husbands have been or are siblings among them - in fact that happens very frequently in all cultures, since a woman may have married and had a concubus with a husband or boyfriend and then with the brother himself. In that sense, it is possible to speak of that individual related to another through the relation of filiation -patrifiliation, in the case of the relationship of a male or female individual with his biological father, and matrifiliation, in the case of the relationship between an individual male or female with his biological mother.

For all these prohibitions, it is so morbid.