Forbidden relationships are ones that may sound wrong, but people bound to engage in them at some level because they sound tempting. Some people couldn’t help but feel attracted to a particular member of the family. Over the years, these ‘forbidden’ relationships have been brought up by people with their justification of these being right.
Various countries restrict certain sexual relationships between specific individuals as it may not approve of the religion, culture or law.
1. Love at Auschwitz Concentration Camp
Auschwitz was a Nazi death camp built and operated during World War 2. An estimate of 1.1 million Jews was killed in the camps. However, at such a sadist place love existed in bits. An Auschwitz SS Guard fell in love with a Jewish death camp prisoner, Helena Citronova. Helena managed to save her family from the gas chambers by relenting to the affection of an SS Camp commandant.
2. The Father-Daughter Couple
John Deaves is the biological father of Jenny Deaves who is sharing a sexual relationship with each other for many years now. In spite of the blood ties both of them share, they still manage to have a sexual relationship with each other and feel that there’s nothing wrong in having such feelings. Jenny describes the physical relationship with her father as ‘loving’.
3. An accidental meeting led to love
Sam, 15, bumped into Glen, 37, at a supermarket and that’s where it all began. From being friends to getting married, this couple has come a long way.
Glen was a father of two boys from his previous marriage when he met Sam. Even the 22 years age gap never really mattered to both of them. Most of the family members were against it, but they decided to elope to the Isle of Wight. Sam got pregnant with Glen’s child when she was just 17. Both got married in 2013 after defying every odd and are parents to an 8-year-old daughter.
Such forbidden relationships make you ponder over these stories and the way they’ll be treated in any society. These stories might sound wrong but are completely normal for the people who are part of these.
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