The debate "Incest is not morally wrong. Premises in the description." was started by
January 8, 2019, 9:47 am.
16 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 25 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most people are against to this statement.
JDAWG9693 posted 2 arguments, historybuff posted 2 arguments, DollarStoreDildo posted 1 argument to the agreers part.
district10 posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
JDAWG9693, historybuff, DollarStoreDildo, goodlo, Ural, abc123, AlissiaMathew and 9 visitors agree.
SMNR, dhillman1280, Argument_fightme, district10, tmjcb99, OUTSMARTED and 19 visitors disagree.
Did you read the premise in the 1st comment? It specifically says no reproduction occurs.
I think the concept itself isn't entirely wrong but what is wrong is the effect it will have on your children.
morality is a set of rules we set for ourselves... it is subjective. you decide, because there's no clear definition of morality
Incest is illegal, but I am a moral nihilist at the moment. Biblically, however, incest is a Mosaic law and if you believe that we are in the period of Grace, then you no longer have to follow those laws. But, I agree that as long as no one is harmed, there is no issue.
It depends where you draw your morality from. The bible is pretty clear about incest, so if that is where you anchor your sense of morality then clearly it is immoral. If you are looking at it from a purely legal perspective, then as long as it is consensual and no one is being harmed then there shouldn't be any issue.
Personally i view all morality as subjective and largely irrelevant. In my view as long as it is consensual and no one is being harmed then i don't see an issue with it.
As long as
1) No reproduction occurs
2) No manipulation is responsible for the actions of the two consenting parties
3) All consenting parties are of age
incestual actions are not immoral, it is amoral