Like heteroxexuals would never do that: Part the Second

From the London Daily Telegraph:

Jeremy Irons, the Oscar-winning actor, has provoked outrage by suggesting that same sex marriage laws could allow fathers to marry their sons to avoid paying inheritance tax.

Only the son you understand, not the daughter.

When reminded about laws which prohibit sexual relationships between family members, he responded: “It’s not incest between men”, adding: “Incest is there to protect us from inbreeding, but men don’t breed.”

5 responses to “Like heteroxexuals would never do that: Part the Second

  1. : “Incest is there to protect us from inbreeding, but men don’t breed.”

    Come onnnn, you cant fight logic, lmfao. 🙂

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    • I fully expect many out there to nod at the truth of it – and thus reserve yet another right to men alone . . . incest! (But not for the ladies). 😉

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      • Well, theoretically, the same logic would hold true for mothers and daughters, Moe.

        Also, please remember that the laws governing adult incest and incest between minors varies greatly between nations and, in the US, between the several states, e.g., if they’re both 18, it’s legal in NJ and in RI incest is not a crime.

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  3. Another possibility: co-habitating heterosexual siblings.

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