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This typically includes sexual activity between people in a consanguineous relationship (blood relations), and sometimes those related by affinity, such as individuals of the same household, stepfamily, those related by adoption or marriage, or members of the same clan or lineage.
Third-degree relatives (such as half-aunt, half-nephew, first cousin) on average share 12.5% genes, and sexual relations between them is viewed differently in various cultures, from being discouraged to being socially acceptable.
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These lists of forbidden unions compare as follows (the relations highlighted in red are those that are forbidden): One of the most notable features of all the lists is that sexual activity between a man and his own daughter is not explicitly forbidden.
Although the first relation mentioned after the Levitical prohibition of sex with "near kin" names that of "thy father", although some biblical scholars have instead proposed that it was originally in the list, but was then accidentally left out from the copy on which modern versions of the text ultimately depend, due to a mistake by the scribe.For the biological act of reproducing with close kin, see inbreeding.For the descriptive term for blood-related kin, see consanguinity.There is daily conversation, people sharing opinions, past experiences and unvarnished stories, and occasional advice from professionals that have joined in on a topic, all within the context of an archive of articles on a wide range of domestic violence topics.This unique site works to connect people with similar interests, needs and experience on a massive variety of topics, one of which is domestic violence.These prohibitions are found predominantly in Leviticus 18:8-18 and -21, but also in Deuteronomy.