Jane Doe, Consanguinamory Activist, Returns with New Data On Her Community

Jane Doe, the chief activist for the consanguinamory community (a minority group consenting to have adult blood relative relationships and who are fighting for the right to do it legally) returns in today’s episode.  Jane asked me if she could have the chance to share data she collected on her group, including findings about their socio-economic status, what % of the population is consang, what types of relationships are most prevalent (parent-child, siblings, etc.), whether they choose to cohabitate or live apart, whether they have children or not (and who the children are with), how long their relationships generally last, and more.  She plans to leverage the data she’s collected and combine it with future surveys that will focus on things like debunking the mutant baby myth and proving that being consang is an orientation, much like being gay.

I’m still quite surprised to learn that there’s an entire underground rights movement around this.  As such, the journalist in me comes out, and we tackle topics such as the moral questions general society has about their group, the fact that many states and countries already allow it, the similarities between her community’s grassroots fight for equality and the LGBT community, and more.

I have altered her voice, at her request, to protect her identity, so please bear that in mind as you listen.

The complete survey data can be found at consanguinamory.wordpress.com/the-consanguinamory-study-analysis/

If you wish to contact Jane directly, you can reach her via email at janedoeofks@protonmail.com.

 

Jane Doe On Consanguinamory As An Orientation

As part of NOL’s series coverage on the taboo topic of incest, Jane Doe joins the show to take the conversation a step further.  She explains NON-GSA. This is quite different from Cristina’s experience of incest, when she met her half-brother at age 33. As you learned, GSA couples generally do not grow up together due to adoptions or fostering, and they meet later in life.

Now, Jane explains how her lack of the Westermarck, or the “ew” effect when it comes to your blood relatives, resulted in an 8-year on-again/off-again relationship with her own father, starting at age 19. She debunks the myths associated with consensual, incestuous relationships, explains why the term incest should not be used when referring to consanguinamorous people since it implies abuse or trauma, shares information about how people who lack the Westermarck effect are actually wired differently, why she believes that consanguinamory is an orientation like being gay, how incest fetishists are causing problems for the consang community, why she is one of the leaders of the consang rights movement to begin the fight toward awareness, and ultimately the reversal of laws that currently make incest illegal, and much more.

As with Cristina, Jane’s name and voice have been altered to protect her identity.

Jane has offered additional information about her community and their movement through her website or private consang group.

You can visit her website at https://consanguinamory.wordpress.com or forum Kindred Spirits ks2016.forumactif.fr.  Per Jane, all porn is filtered out and rejected.

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