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Billie Eilish and Her Brother

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Sterling447, Jan 1, 2020.

  1. Sterling447

    Sterling447 Love your family

    (I copied this question from a Reddit post, because I liked it...)

    Does anyone else secretly hope/pray that Billie Eilish (popular singer) “comes out” during an interview and tells the world that she and her brother are involved in a committed loving incest relationship?

    There have been many famous brother and sister combinations over the last few decades who were very very close, but none of them actually admitted that they were making love with each other.

    Other examples:

    • Donnie and Marie Osmond (singers)

    • Karen and Ricard Carpenter (singers)

    • Maggie and Jake Gyllenhaal (actors)

    • John and Sinead Kerr (ice skaters)
    In my opinion, if a famous couple “came out” to the world and proudly proclaimed that they have been involved in a committed, loving, long-term incest relationship, it would do so much to help liberate other people.

    True love and compatible sex partners are hard to find. If you find that kind of love in your own family, it should not be illegal.

    We need some famous people to help this cause. We need to change the laws. And we need to start repairing the harm from hundreds of years worth of shame and secrecy.

    Thoughts?
     
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  2. muttley

    muttley Trusted Member

    What celebrity would want to risk alienating fans, losing contracts or job offers, while simultaneously admitting to breaking a fairly universal law, inviting law enforcement to track their travel habits, hoping to catch them in the act, leading a high profile arrest/case?
     
  3. morefun2015

    morefun2015 Trusted Member

    it would be interesting
     
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  4. Sterling447

    Sterling447 Love your family

    Lots of bands in the 60s and 70s talked about doing LSD and other drugs (how about Cheech and Chong?, Doobie Brothers?). Sure, there were a few small-time arrests (John Lennon and his pot bust), but the reality is they were not held for long and they were given very light punishments,, because the cops didn't appreciate the spectacle that the fans were causing.

    For someone like Bille, whose whole point is shocking the establishment, something like this could make her even more legendary (especially if it were true, but in all honesty, it wouldn't even have to be true for her to get the benefits of saying that she practiced it and nobody could stop her).
     
  5. EvilB

    EvilB Trusted Member

    Honestly, I don't think I'd care one way or the other.
     
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  6. Blavla

    Blavla Account Deleted

    I heard that her brother always gets gf looking like her. But I don't think that will happen. Also isn't she just XX or so?

    Sorry no mentioning of ages under 18 allowed in this section. Neo
     
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  7. muttley

    muttley Trusted Member

    I get what you're saying, and I agree that it would take a very public outing to bring the topic to the forefront of conversation.
    Not just the outrage, but hopefully a complete and constructive dialog on the roots of it's legality, and to question if we have grown as a culture to the point that it can be considered acceptable behavior.
    Someone like Bille, Miley Cyrus, Madonna (when she was younger) lady Gaga, would certainly be the type to be bold, brazen and unapologetic about it, to the point of getting people to discus the subject.
    Most people however, would not be strong, or willing enough to become a lightning rod and the face of a movement from taboo to mainstream.
    If you look back at the plight of the LBGTQ+ community, and how long it took for them to obtain the equal rights and acceptance, they have now, it's a long painful road.
    Thou that fight could prove to be a huge stepping stone, for other lifestyles, seeking mainstream recognition.
    Lately, I've read about several celebs who have come out as non-normative forms of sexual or gender identity.
    Non-binary, pansexual, asexual, autosexual, omnisexual, fluidity, objectophilia, are all terms I've only recently became familiar with.
    With the ever expanding vernacular of identifications, perhaps it's not as distant as once thought that we could see an "I" in conversation.
    Given the massive trend in pornography towards perceived incest, it stands to reason that far more than a small minority have thoughts about it, and perhaps something as simple as seeing someone openly identify with it, could help those numbers to push for discussion.
    I think if it happens, it will most likely start in Europe. They're far ahead of the US in terms of open attitudes towards nudity, sexuality and lifestyle choices.
     
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  8. C John1475

    C John1475 Trusted Member

    I don't think any celebrity would expose their incestuous relationship if they have one. All I've seen is clickbait title from videos on the internet. Many of them from gossip websites.
     
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  9. Dana_91

    Dana_91 Trusted.Member

    Didn't the white stripes (a band) that were brother and sister get tossed around the rumor milk, and then he said well who cares and it ended their careers?
     
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  10. muttley

    muttley Trusted Member

    Jack and Meg from the White Stripes were not related, just married. Garage rock faded, that's what ended their career.
     
  11. JadeyKay

    JadeyKay Trusted Member

    Didn't Angelina Jolie get too cozy with her brother from time to time?
     
  12. Neophyte

    Neophyte Moderator Staff Member

    She french kissed her brother in front of camera's
     
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  13. TriadSibling

    TriadSibling Moderator Staff Member

    Society would martyr them, outcasts and incest couples would praise them, but one thing you can count on is that it will not start any sort of real conversation on the topic. It would be a lot of divisive bullshit, where the people who find it gross would demonize, ridicule, and even assault those who accept it or partake in it. That's as far as that conversation would get.
    It would be decades before any real progress would be made, and I would absolutely hate to see how many investigations and arrests there would be, of people doing nothing but having a consensual adult relationship with a family member. How many lives will be destroyed in that social revolution?
    Not worth the risk at this time.
     
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  14. Drs

    Drs Trusted Member

    How about the original celebrities? Royal families?
     
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  15. stepdad22

    stepdad22 Graduated from the school of sexual perversions . Staff Member

    I think that the whole idea is ridiculous , why on earth , famous or not would you want to ruin what you have going with your partner , related or not ?
     
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  16. thewolf

    thewolf Trusted Member

    If they post a picture.....
     
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  17. soccerx50

    soccerx50 Trusted Member

    I don't think it was mentioned but "Mamma's and the Pappas" singer should be on that list.
     
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  18. IsoUser

    IsoUser Trusted.Member

    My daughter and I live as husband and wife with two children all genetic testing is normal but I don't think people actually realize how common incest actually is. People in general need to de-stygmatize open family relations between members. Just my opinion.
     
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  19. FunMother

    FunMother Trusted.Member

    My son and daughter too live as a couple too. We are all bi swingers but feel no one give a fuck. But have to keep it under radar for our work.
     
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  20. curiousFred

    curiousFred Trusted.Member

    It can take a lot less to ruin a life or more of them, the risks are just too much.