Question by  mahmud (48)

Is marrying same-blood relatives wrong?


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

Yes. Marrying close blood relatives is actually illegal in most states. You can however legally marry farther out relatives in some of those states.


Answer by  kipcat (1964)

Depending on how closely related they are, it is wrong. Usually anyone after the third cousin is somewhat acceptable. In some places it is against the law to marry someone you are related to.


Answer by  bonnie56 (359)

Some don't feel that marrying same-blood relatives is wrong. However, it is important to consider if the couple will have children. If children are planned, they could have serious health conditions because of their parents being related. Even if children are not planned, something accidents happen and people get pregnant even if they aren't trying.


Answer by  Kurt (4579)

It is not a good idea to marry a relative by blood. There are genetic risks for any children produced. That is why it is often illegal in most states and considered wrong by society.


Answer by  cmkekbif (778)

I believe that blood relatives should not marry because of the risks posed to their children, if they choose to have them.

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