- adj. nonstandard incestuous
“Way too many of us can relate to the sexual abuse part, but not the part about being thrust into an adult world of excess to the extreme which created a family environment of drug abuse that enabled her long term incestual victimization.”
“What if the gvt said that straight people are all incestual?”
“Gotta wonder too with the bigger picture of the desire of this forum and its sponsors if circle jerk incestual bullies bode well for this blogs long term survivability.”
“Or is this some incestual circle jerk club here at Red State?”
“The movie had some of the most graphic scenes, of incestual rape, as well as other scenes of over-the-top violence.”
“I don't feel there was any stupid incestual overtones at all -- he was in that moment a boy again, needing the love and reassurance of his mother.”
“If it were a vote of tollerance, you would be finding an argument for plural marriage or incestual marriage rather than defending why you are against it.”
“In the last 2 weeks, there have been two high profile, celebrity stories about rape -- Roman Polanski's arrest in Switzerland this past weekend for a crime he committed decades ago, and Mackenzie Phillip's reveal on Oprah that her father, John Phillips from the Mama's and Papas, raped her, and then had an ongoing, incestual, consenting relationship with her.”
“With the addition of sex, this relationship would almost seem taboo—ratings bonanza aside—if not incestual.”
“I think there's a good argument that private, consensual polygamist and adult-incestual relations should not be criminalized, but the argument that the state must grant them access to the marriage regime or some equivalent doesn't work for polygamy because of the binary nature of marriage.”
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