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Genetic Sexual Attraction (or, Dating Your Dad)

Updated on February 3, 2015

GSA is an anomaly with perverse consequences. The condition usually happens when the daughter has not seen or had contact with her dad for many years. Why it happens remains a mystery but is both physical and psychological. Perhaps it occurs because of a long absence of contact with the parent and the two become estranged to the point that they think of each other in different terms other than parent-daughter.

In one case, a 20-year old woman fell in love with her dad after he was absent for 12 years with little contact. They first chatted over the Internet and when they finally met, her first reaction was that her father was good looking. She said that although she kept telling herself this guy was her dad, there was an instant connection to him. Maybe this more excitement about being with her dad, but her thinking gradually thought him as a someone who she wanted to have sex with. This thinking bothered her because it WAS her dad! As to the father, where was his duty as a parent? Perhaps this father was lonely or a loser, not contacting his daughter for 12 years, but even though they discussed that what they were feeling for one another, and knew it was wrong, they kissed. Not just on the cheek type kiss. The woman said they had so much in common. Father and daughter soon had sex. Prior to this, they had discussed all the ramifications from this act and that she was still a virgin. They talked about how they will have to hide this and their love for one another from her mother, now that the father is back in the picture but living separately. They also had to hide from her friends and the father's roommate. Despite all the hesitancy, the act was done both to their satisfaction.

The woman was not at all worried about the incestuous romance with her dad. She was wrongly convinced that if she did get pregnant, the baby would be healthy and without genetic problems. She conducted a lot research on this because she feels she is in love with her dad. They have been dating now for two years. Experts indicate that GSA is far more common than it is known. Many daughters have sexual feelings for their dads, especially, after there has been a long no contact period. Nearly all experts agree that GSA is psychological from a deep need of being wanted and loved. They simply choose their dad.


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    • perrya profile imageAUTHOR


      3 years ago

      That is putting it mildly.

    • Ardot profile image


      3 years ago from Canada

      That's messed up.


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