Girl, 18, Reveals Having Sex With Her Father, Plans Marrying Him

An unnamed18-year-old girl has revealed plan to marry her father and have children by him. The girl said she and her father have been lovers for two years, before which they were estranged for 12 years. Their meeting after the father contacted her on Facebook led to her losing her virginity to him the week they re-united.
She plans to move with him to New Jersey, which legally allows adult incestuous relationships.
The ecstatic girl told Science of Us in an interview that they are compatible, giving their sexual exploits as reason.
She said: 'There’s a reason I lost my virginity to him  because I’d never felt comfortable with any other man. It was insanely sensual,' she says. 
'It lasted for about an hour and there was a lot of foreplay. We both had orgasms. We are so similar, so it’s so easy to sexually please each other. For example, we both love neck-biting. I’ve never been in a more passionate, loving, fulfilling situation.'
The affair is not unknown to few family members, particularly her paternal grannies, excluding her mother.
She added: 'Everyone on my mom’s side of the family sees us as father and daughter,' she explains. 
'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.'
'We plan to move to New Jersey where we can be safe under the law, since adult incest isn’t illegal there, and once I’m there I’ll tell everyone,' she says. 
She also plans to inform her mother once they settle into matrimony in New Jersey, United States.
'I’ll call my mom and let her know that we are in love and we are having children. If she wants to see her grandkids we’ll send her money and she can drive to see us," she said.
She also discountenanced fears that their offsprings might develop genetic problems, as some scientific study claims.  
'Everybody thinks that kids born in incestuous relationships will definitely have genetic problems, but that’s not true,' she explains. 
She seems to know how to overcome it, and here she says: 'That happens when there’s years of inbreeding, like with the royal family. Incest has been around as long as humans have.' 

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