Cosmo Magazine Is Now Trying To Normalize Sibling Incest

Just when we thought Cosmopolitan Magazine had nearly crossed the line into the realm of Hugh Hefner, they’ve now officially removed all doubt.

Though their feature isn’t images, the content they do have is just as salacious.

You’ll recall we reported recently on their story about how Moana costumes for white girls apparently are racist. But this latest story takes the cake.

The editors of the uber-leftist mag now think it’s perfectly normal to promote incest.

Yep. The latest issue features a pair of siblings who apparently hook up despite both already being married.

The piece gushes about how it’s perfectly normal from a psychological standpoint.

So, um, about that slippery slope. Yep, it’s getting a little slippery out there.

Here’s more from Redstate…

If you think Cosmo couldn’t top its already off the charts insanity, then brace yourself, because things are going to get really gross…even by Cosmo standards.

On top if its already increasing library of asine articles and idiotic subject matter, such as telling white children not to dress as Disney’s Moana, calling women’s orgasms sexist because men are gratified by them, and actual sadness that Texas women were having babies instead of abortions, Cosmo is now wanting you to believe incest is a-ok!

In an article titled “This Is What It’s Like to Fall In Love With Your Brother,” Cosmo recounts the tale of the troubled “Melissa,” a woman who didn’t know she had a brother for 40 years, until one day she learned she did.

I’ll keep the story short here so you don’t have to read it, but the gist of the article is that Melissa was so attracted to her brother, Brian, and he to her when they first met, that they ended up having sex after one drink. Both were apparently married at the time.

Brian left his wife, and Melissa is still married to her husband — apparently, her husband is okay with her sleeping around — though she says her heart is with her brother. According to Melissa, the end goal is eventually to move in together, and marry.

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