Should this be removed really? I'm surprised Shane and Sia Barbi i. Seems only fictional, rather than real, are better known. Since this is a BLP issue and since I've tried to focus more on the academic literature on the subject, I didn't choose to investigate further.
Given that Incest in popular culture is already linked, I'm not sure a "See also" section is needed. I see what you mean and agree it works best as everything is now.
On the Barbi twins: I'm not challenging that the article needs more references; just that I felt an encyclopedic entry should reference "real life" more than fictional, to better support that "twincest" is not pure fantasy Two very beautiful brunettes with killer bodies. Also, you failed to mention the adult twin stars Brooke and Taylor Young who did many scenes together in the middle to late 70s.
Also, adult film stars Kimberly Franklin and Lanny Barbie are real life blood-related half sisters and have sex with each other on camera as well. Though they are not twins persay, they look very much a like and could easily pass for twins. Can you enlighten us on why these particular acts of incest are easily filmed, distributed, and available to the public when the law states that it is clearly illegal to depict incestuous sex on film on a hardcore level even if the performers are just pretending to be related.
It seems that every adult production abides by this, except when it comes to incestuous sex that involve two or more sisters. Please indulge us on why this double standard is prevalent —Preceding unsigned comment added by Even real incest porn is not specifically banned either at least not nationwide though they can prosecute it as obscenity which I think is likely why I've never hear of any verifiable real U.
There have been some claims of half-sibling incest porn such Kimberly Franklin and Lanny Barbie, though there is verifiable proof they are actually truly related and some think the claim was made up by a porn studio to increase interest in the movies they appear together on.
Now there also appears to be a distinction made between girl on girl incest content vs male-female incest content due to the former lacking any risk of pregnancy. Also, a number of jurisdictions do not prohibit incest between consenting adults, especially where no pregnancy occurs or can occur i.
So I suspect that the same jurisdictions likely would not banned real incest porn involving if the underlying sex depicted is legal. Now as for fake incest porn possibly being also charged as obscenity. That has never happened as far as I know in the U. Wikipedia is not the place for speculation or fanfic. For example, the " Action film " article does describe some examples of action films.
Is there anything in particular to certify a film as action? If it looks like a duck I must confess the whole listing got out of hand and it was hard to verify any of the information due to the lack of scholarly sources for Twincest. If there is a list it should be a separate page. Having said that, I think we should remove the Star Wars reference as it's no better than the example listings that used to exist.
Also, the fanfic reference seems to come out of the blue and dominates the article when it shouldn't. Also, it's not cited and highly speculative. Back when I created this article originally as an anonymous user, I think the definition of twincest was just fine.
The current incarnation does not seem much better. I'm tempted to revert back to it. In the Capcom video game Resident Evil: Code Veronica there appears to be some sort of twincest between Alexia and Alfred Ashford, villians in the story, evidenced by Alfred's overly adoration of Alexia, cross-dressing as her, as well as a scene of the two much younger staring deeply after torturing a dragonfly the last example may not be that good, but it adds to it in general.
I think this is more than just speculation and seems to be an interesting example in culture. Whoever keeps adding the Ouran High School Host Club notion needs to remember that its a clear example of speculation ad is far from a solid example.
Incest is usually a form of non-consensusal abuse and the article explicitly treats it as such , whereas "incest among twins" essentially amounts to a genre of eroticism, pornography, or shock advertising. Please keep this in mind if you are considering merging to incest. Stabby Joe talk Not only is this entry not encyclopedic, but it's even more poorly written than the main twin article.
I nominate this article for deletion. Corvus cornix talk While some of the article's content could perhaps be merged into the main article, I think the topic is notable in its own right. I did a search for journal articles on the subject some months ago and found several articles that non-trivially cover the subject. As for the "popular culture" section, I agree that it's currently a laundry list and needs to be trimmed at minimum or completely rewritten; however, I don't think its presence justifies deletion of the whole article.
Black Falcon Talk Therefore I wonder, do you support renaming this page? In google scholar, incest between twins gets only 14 returns while twincest gets more than double. In google news, incest between twins has only 2 returns , while twincest gets returns. Even Wiktionary calls it "chiefly fandom slang", and it certainly doesn't seem to appear in any reliable real-world dictionaries.
In many of the google hits that do appear, it's given in quotation marks. Its recent rise in popularity seems largely to do with Game of Thrones , and that's a very niche, and arguably ephemeral context. John Lanchester in the London Review of Books in called it "a neologism popular with fans" quoted here. Maybe in another few years it'll get into the mainstream, but it's not there yet.
Eric Pode lives talk Not to mention the fact that the very slogan of "loneliness for two" implies the impossibility of such a "fantastic" show ending. Solaire the knight talk