‘I slept with my cousin after years of sexual tension and now I don’t know what to do’

A woman, who wanted to stay anonymous, shared how she slept with her cousin at a family reunion.

An unidentified woman has disclosed an intimate encounter with her cousin during a family reunion, attributing it to years of lingering “sexual tension”, it has been reported. 

Following her father’s childhood demise, she had limited contact with his side of the family, including her uncle and cousin. Despite infrequent interactions, she admitted to experiencing significant “sexual tension” with her relative since the age of 16. 

At a recent family event, fueled by alcohol, she acted on her feelings, emphasising that he did not refuse her advances and now expresses a perceived “need” for his presence in her life.

She shared her story with OK! Magazine, explaining: “I don’t know what I want from him, but I feel like I need him in my life. I don’t know if I’m mentally stable enough for the fall out it might cause if anyone found out what we did though.”

The anonymous user shared she had slept with her cousin recently, explaining that while he was her father’s brother’s son, her family was not close at all.  

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She added: “My father passed away when I was little and I don’t see that side of the family, unless it’s a big family wedding or funeral.”

She added that there was “massive sexual tension” between them since she was 16, and that she decided to act on it after a few drinks at a recent family function.  Her cousin admitted he felt the same, and the two became intimate. 

The unidentified individual expressed uncertainty about her desires regarding her cousin, emphasising a desire to maintain a connection with him. 

She expressed concern about potential fallout within the family if news of their encounter spread. Seeking the columnist’s opinion, she also sought input from others, believing she might not be alone in such a situation.

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    In response, the columnist reassured the anonymous poster that having sexual feelings toward a cousin is not abnormal but suggested seeking therapy to understand the origins of these desires.

    Lalala LetMeExplain began by explaining that marrying your cousin is not illegal in the UK and Ireland, but that it is not a common practice. The columnist added that the anonymous person should not be judged for having sex with her cousin. 

    She said that this kind of union is commonplace in several other cultures, and that the stigma that children born from the union of two cousins could have birth defects was no longer true. 

    Lalala also quoted a 2008 report where scientists claimed that the risk of genetic defects in babies born from two cousins is the same as the risk for women over 40. 

    However, the columnist said she couldn’t encourage the person to pursue a romantic relationship with her cousin. 

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