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Professor Spencer, an evolutionary zoologist, said these laws should be repealed, especially in America, where he said they were drafted in a way that discriminated against the rural poor and immigrants: "Neither the scientific nor social assumptions behind such legislation stand up to close scrutiny.

Such legislation reflects outmoded prejudices about immigrants and the rural poor and relies on over-simplified views of heredity.

In other words, it’s rough, and aside from the act of cannibalism, no single reflex of the hive mind triggers such a deep-seated, troglodytic response as whom we choose to couple with.

Which is funny, you know, because even with all of our proscriptions against incest and such, if you read your Bible you’ll notice that humans started with just one man and one woman, so clearly their children would have had to hook up to propagate our millennia-crossing, evolutionarily dominating species, right?

Hi, i started dating this cute girl, she has a exlent character, she has gd grades etc....

But then i found out that she was my second cousin... My question : Is is ok to date your your second cousin.

Before things go too far and we fall in love, is this acceptable in society?

I have always thought first cousin was a no-no, second cousin was frowned upon, but after that it was cool. And no, I do not live in the south Look at map of the states.

Friends share as much DNA as fourth cousins: one level closer, but it's probably not too bad.Kevin just went on TMZ Live to clarify what he posted a few days back ...that he was dating a woman a few years ago and after 3 months his grandma told him the lady was his cousin. they began dating in 2006 and continued dating for nearly 2 years after finding out.Although first-cousin marriages are legal in Britain, there have been calls to ban the practice because of reports that it has resulted in a higher-than-average incidence of birth defects in certain immigrant communities where it is common and culturally acceptable.However, Professors Paul and Spencer said that the risk of congenital defects is about 2 per cent higher than average for babies born to first-cousin marriages – with the infant mortality about 4.4 per cent higher – which is on a par with the risk to babies born to women over 40."Women over the age of 40 have a similar risk of having children with birth defects and no one is suggesting they should be prevented from reproducing," said Professor Spencer, whose co-authored study is published in the online journal Public Library of Science.