What they say
First Posted: 1/20/2015
An 18-year old woman from the Great Lakes region opened up to New York Magazine to discuss her consensual incestuous relationship with her father in an article published Jan. 15 called “What It’s Like to Date Your Dad”.
The woman, who plans on remaining anonymous until she moves to New Jersey, where adult incest isn’t illegal, told the magazine that she was conceived on prom night and eventually had no contact with her father for 12 years, between the ages of five to 17.
When she finally reunited with her father, there was an instant sexual attraction, and she even lost her virginity to her long-lost father, telling New York Magazine: “There’s a reason I lost my virginity to him — because I’d never felt comfortable with any other man. It was insanely sensual. It lasted for about an hour and there was a lot of foreplay. We both had orgasms. We are so similar, so it’s easy to sexually please each other. For example, we both love neck-biting. I’ve never been in a more passionate, loving, fulfilling situation.”
A pause for disbelief sounds very necessary right now.
As if that isn’t enough, the daughter and father are planning a full-on wedding, but it won’t be legally registered.
While a million questions are easily popping up in your head, we wanted to know what kind of a gift would you buy if you were attending a wedding between a daughter and her long-lost father?
We asked people throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania to weigh in.
This is what they said…
Karyn Montigney, Wilkes-Barre: “I’d get them a gift voucher for a CT scan to make sure they didn’t have brain damage.”
Matt Stein, Waymart: “Cards Against Humanity because you have to be messed up to play that game, and they apparently are.”
Melvin West, Dickson City: “Condoms. Lots of condoms, so they don’t reproduce and have inbred babies.”
Donald McGowan: Scranton: “I’d pay for some therapy so they could to talk to a medical professional about what they were doing to make sure they thought they were doing the right thing. What else do you get for a father and daughter to share?”
Amber Sausele, Gouldsboro: “A Bible, because they need God.”
Damian Benfatti, Gouldsboro: “I wouldn’t get them anything because they’re freaks, but I would show up to the wedding just for the open bar.”