I suppose this was inevitable. Once the Supreme Court decided that the state had no right to regulate sexual behavior in Lawrence v. Texas, there was really no logical way for any permutation of orifices, persons, beasts, and instruments to be denied recognition as a legitimate expression of sexuality.
Via Fox News (I'm quoting the whole article because there is nothing in here I can excise):
A teenager has revealed in an interview that she plans to marry her father and have children after dating for two years.
The unnamed 18-year-old revealed in an interview with New York Magazine her romantic relationship of almost two years with her biological father after being estranged from him for 12 years.
In the interview, the girl also said the two also plan on having children.
The teenager said her father reached out to her on Facebook when she was in high school and soon after, she went to stay with him for a week.
After the week together, the 18-year-old said they had sex and then started dating.
"Everyone on my mom’s side of the family sees us as father and daughter," she told the magazine. "Those who know that he’s my dad, and that we are engaged, include my father’s parents (they can see we are happy together and they can’t wait for us to have babies — they treat us just like any other couple), the woman we live with, and my best friend."
After the wedding, the woman says they plan to move to New Jersey where adult incest is legal.
In a culture that is using the force of law to compel us to celebrate the "marriage" of homosexuals this is small potatoes. Rather it represents another small chip at the functional foundation of society: the nuclear family. And it is just a stepping stone to the legalization of pedophilia that is just around the corner. On the positive side of the ledger, at least it is a male and female. At least it is an even number, at least no animals have been harmed thus far. They plan on having children... who will fit right in in New Jersey... and it will give Chris Christie another "moderate" feather for his cap.
The story of her dating her Dad has than train-wreck quality where you want to stop reading but you just can't:
My dad wasn’t there when I was born. I think my mom’s psychological problems meant the relationship never really worked out. She has bipolar disorder and some other mental health issues.
Near the end of the time my parents had joint custody of me I had a stepdad. He took good care of my mom but she went through one of her stages again, so it ended. She had another husband who went crazy and tried to kill her. He was schizophrenic. Then she got with my brother’s dad and they dated for a while but when my brother was born the dad didn’t want anything to do with him, so I helped my mom raise him. Once he was about 3 she got together with my current stepdad and had my baby sister.
I had a girlfriend in middle school and that was the most major sexual experience I’d ever had. But she was very religious and every time we were intimate she would sob and read me verses out of the Bible.
Was there a single moment you realized that you were sexually and romantically attracted to your dad?
After I had stayed with him for about five days.
He was living with his girlfriend. On the first night he slept on the couch and I slept on the floor, just to make sure that I was okay.
We discussed whether it was wrong and then we kissed. And then we made out, and then we made love for the first time. That was when I lost my virginity.
Did you tell him you were a virgin?
Yes. I told him I wanted him to be the first person I made love to. We talked about how it could be awkward if it didn’t end up working out. He also said that if I didn’t feel comfortable at any point I should tell him.
There's much much more.
But, as a society, we've made the decision that our organizing principle is no longer creating an environment where families raise children and the children become useful and productive citizens. Rather, the purpose of our society has become the pursuit of pleasure and the stimulation of the libido. Where this leads us is uncharted territory.