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Genetic Sexual Attraction: The New Oedipus Complex

Many times, there are words to describe the more commonly known taboo subjects. Psychology has long sought to label our most intimate of sexual attractions, no matter how controversial those labels may become. Take for example the Oedipus Complex, a term so defined that it has found its way into everyday speech. While many would shy from conversations which discuss the sexual attraction of a child for their parent, such attractions do happen and are necessary to discuss. If the forbidden act of incest was so far-fetched, so uncommon, it would more than likely never need discussing. The fact we keep coming back to this taboo topic, proves that there’s more to it than just sexual desire. Whatever that “more” factor may be, psychologists are starting to seek it out, if only to better understand.

Genetic Sexual Attraction (GSA)  has become the new Oedipus Complex, though many don’t even know such a concept exists. The key to GSA has become a separation point between biological relatives, who later, find each other. At its most basic level, GSA tries to label the sexual attraction biological relatives feel when they reunite. What’s startling, is given this separated situation, relatives have a 50 percent chance of feeling such strong attractions. When individuals have GSA like feelings, there’s the startling label of them being stronger than normal sexual attraction. Because of this growing understanding, people are finally starting to discuss at length, their personal situations.

What makes GSA so relevant is the growing break up of so many families today. No one, as of yet, has examined the degree of separation necessary for GSA to happen. Consider a situation where a child sees their parent once a month, for only a day’s time, would such sexual attractions build up? Increase or decrease the time spans at will, because no psychologist has examined it. In today’s society, there are numerous children in various degrees of separation from their parents. One would be blind not to come to the same conclusions. Worse yet, examine the number of children that only meet their parent, later in life, after establishing themselves as their own unique individual. This is the growing reality within the society we live in, and it’s only becoming a more pressing matter.

Examining the statistics of this phenomenon, let’s use a few examples. If we take a sample of the population, say an average 100 couples, we can get a clear understanding of the odds involved. With divorce rates now above 50 percent, we can assume at least 50 of our couples will divorce. If each couple averages two children per family, then the likelihood of an incestuous attraction existing in that family exceeds 100 percent with 50+ children experiencing Genetic Sexual Attraction. Thus in any given family, the rate of GSA caused attraction exceeds 50 percent. Out of any given 100 couples, at least 50 children will be inclined to commit an incestuous act. It may seem like an extreme number, but if our calculation is correct, the odds of the incest taboo being broken become so high then shouldn’t incest be considered normal?

With such high odds, it makes the need for taboo erotica ever more necessary. If individuals can find a place to explore the dynamics of such relationships, can see the potential reactions and better understand themselves, why would anyone forbid that? Taboo desires are expressly that, forbidden, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a curiosity, a thought, or even a need to feel just a bit sexy for having those desires. Erotica does that for its readers, and it allows the sharing of ideas. Taboo based books allow a bridge to build discussion in families, and promote a better more open communication and relationship.

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One thought on “Genetic Sexual Attraction: The New Oedipus Complex

  1. GSA is common enough that everyone knows someone who has dealt with it, whether they know it or not. It’s only going to get more common due to the realities of today’s world.

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