Father and daughter set to marry, have kids | Inquirer News

Father and daughter set to marry, have kids

/ 03:09 PM January 17, 2015

A father and his teen daughter living in the Great Lakes region are set to marry.

An article posted on nymag.com on Thursday said the unnamed couple had been dating for nearly two years and the teen daughter lost her virginity to her father just several days after reuniting with him.


She said she had not seen her father since she was five years old and only resumed contact with him 12 years later.

“I told him I wanted him to be the first person I made love to. We talked about how it could be awkward if it didn’t end up working out,” the article read.


“There’s a reason I lost my virginity to him—because I’d never felt comfortable with any other man,” she said in the article.

They plan to wed and move to New Jersey, where the daughter said “adult incest isn’t illegal.”

She said they were both “deeply in love” with each other and having a romantic and sexual relationship with her father “didn’t feel taboo.”

Their relationship remains a secret to everyone on her mother’s side but her grandparents on her father’s side know.

Having a family in the future is also in their sights. The daughter said she had no concerns about their possible kids having genetic problems.

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