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Now contrary to what you might be thinking, this is not a post where I encourage everyone to join my Kissing Cousins Are OK protest group. But I do want TV writers to stop with the easy cop out. But instead of creating a real problem or actual conflict, they just happened to talk about a random relative living in Boston to break them up.Liz Lemon couldn’t possibly find happiness with a hot guy in season one, so there had to be something wrong with him. The writers did that even though there were plenty of good reasons to break them up.Think ’s episode “The Head and The Hair.” You know, the episode where Liz is dating the incredibly hot, successful TV personality, but they have to immediately break up upon finding out that Liz’s Great-Aunt Dolly is The Hair’s Grandmother’s Cousin?

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In Iceland, a country with a population of 320,000 where most everyone is distantly related, inadvertently kissing cousins is a real risk.

The app lets users "bump" phones, and emits a warning alarm if they are closely related.

Depending on your culture, cousins marrying cousins will either be a normal occurrence or something hugely taboo.

Concerns around the practice tend to come from fears that children may suffer from a higher rate of disease or infant mortality.

"Bump the app before you bump in bed," says the catchy slogan.

Some are hailing it as a welcome solution to a very Icelandic form of social embarrassment.

Who is this Dolly Harling from Smithtown, and why is she so badass? I mean from a present day realistic and genetic standpoint, usually your third cousin is a stranger. If someone is your third cousin, it means your grandparents were cousins.

Or, put another way, your great-grandparents were siblings. Assuming you’re between twenty and thirty years old, the common ancestor between you and your date was born sometime after the Civil War but before the turn of the 20th century. According to this article, you might have more genetic material in common with people whom you form relationships than those you are born into: After analyzing almost 1.5 million markers of gene variations, the researchers found that pairs of friends had the same level of genetic relation as people did with a fourth cousin, or a great-great-great grandfather, which translates to about 1 percent of the human genome.

Such legislation reflects outmoded prejudices about immigrants and the rural poor and relies on over-simplified views of heredity.

Sorry, George Michael, but you’ll notice I said “distant” cousin.

There’s a lot of stigma attached to it, and former immigration minister Phil Woolas raised first cousin marriages in Asian communities in parliament in 2008, stating, ‘A lot of arranged marriages are with first cousins, and that produces lots of genetic problems in terms of disability’ Alan Bittles, from the Centre for Comparative Genomics in Australia, states that the risk of birth defects rises from roughly 2% in the general population to 4% for first cousins and ‘it would be a mistake to ban it.’ Professors Diane Paul of the University of Massachusetts in Boston and Hamish Spencer of the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand compared the risk of birth defects to those of mothers over 40.

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