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18th Feb '17 12:26:43 AM Nakuyabi
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* Discussed at length in ''Literature/WeCantRewind'':
-->'''Denise''': "What if all this other stuff had never happened? I mean, what if we'd never gone on this cruise, just spent a week in Vegas for our honeymoon, or something, and then we'd gone home and raised our kids normally? I mean, as normally as we could, of course. And what if they'd just naturally gotten sweet on each other when they got to be teenagers? Would you have let them go on dates with each other?"
17th Jan '17 7:49:53 PM RedheadedRapunzel
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So you've got two unrelated teenagers whose parents have recently gotten hitched. Said teenagers happen to be of compatible orientation. Whether they find it {{squick}}y or not, hormones are going to fly.

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So you've got two unrelated teenagers whose parents have recently gotten hitched. Said teenagers happen to be of have compatible orientation.sexual/romantic orientations. Whether they find it {{squick}}y or not, hormones are going to fly.
17th Jan '17 7:48:50 PM RedheadedRapunzel
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So you've got two healthy, unrelated teenagers whose parents have recently gotten hitched. Said teenagers happen to be of the opposite sex. Whether they find it {{squick}}y or not, hormones are going to fly.

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So you've got two healthy, unrelated teenagers whose parents have recently gotten hitched. Said teenagers happen to be of the opposite sex.compatible orientation. Whether they find it {{squick}}y or not, hormones are going to fly.
20th Dec '16 1:14:43 PM Homemaderat
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People who become step-siblings at a very young age and grow up together are more likely to consider each other truly siblings and thus off limits for dating. (Plus, if it happened at a young enough age, the WestermarckEffect may be involved.) Since the instinctive biological aversion to mating with a sibling or childhood friend is highly dependent on actually being raised in close proximity to said sibling/childhood friend, this can be TruthInTelevision for many stepsiblings whose parents married during or after their puberty, though they rarely end up becoming an official couple due to social factors.

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People who become step-siblings at a very young age and grow up together are more likely to consider each other truly siblings and thus off limits for dating. (Plus, if it happened at a young enough age, This may also cross the WestermarckEffect may be involved.) Since line in the supposed WestermarckEffect. A theory that the instinctive biological aversion to mating with a sibling or childhood friend is highly dependent on actually being raised in close proximity to said sibling/childhood friend, this can be TruthInTelevision for many stepsiblings whose parents married during or after their puberty, though they rarely end up becoming an official couple due to social factors.
factors. However much actual people find this trope, well let's just say IncestIsRelative.
1st Sep '16 10:57:26 AM capretty
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* ''Series/{{Glee}}'': Now that their parents are married, Kurt and Finn. It certainly didn't help that the title of the episode was "[[FanNickname Furt]]". Finn even sang a song for him! Of course, Kurt originally tried to get Burt and Carole together in an attempt to [[InvokedTrope invoke this]], as he had a crush on Finn for months beforehand ([[IncompatibleOrientation it didn't go very well]]). In every episode thereafter, however, well and truly averted; Kurt's interactions with Finn are nothing at all like his flirty, adoring interactions with his boyfriend Blaine, and the two stepbrothers seem to be uninterested in each other much of the time, and even vaguely dismissive. It's unsurprising given that Kurt got a double dose of [[JerkJock Finn's real personality]] in 1x20 and 2x04, and that would be enough to kill ''anyone's'' interest. Except Rachel's, of course.

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* ''Series/{{Glee}}'': Now that their parents are married, Kurt and Finn. It certainly didn't help that the title of the episode was "[[FanNickname Furt]]". Finn even sang a song for him! Of course, Kurt originally tried to get Burt and Carole together in an attempt to [[InvokedTrope invoke this]], as he had a crush on Finn for months beforehand ([[IncompatibleOrientation it didn't go very well]]). In every episode thereafter, however, well and truly averted; Kurt's interactions with Finn are nothing at all like his flirty, adoring interactions with his boyfriend Blaine, and the two stepbrothers seem to be uninterested in each other much of the time, and even vaguely dismissive. It's unsurprising given that Kurt got a double dose of [[JerkJock Finn's real personality]] in 1x20 and 2x04, and that would be enough to kill ''anyone's'' interest. Except Rachel's, of course.
15th Jul '16 9:18:33 AM Pichu-kun
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* Subverted in the manga version of ''Manga/BunnyDrop''. Pne of the reasons why Yukari and Daikichi decided against becoming an OfficialCouple was to avoid this trope. Daikichi's adopted daughter Rin and * Yukari's son Kouki have romantic feelings for each other as teenagers. [[spoiler:Ultimately Rin and Kouki break up and Rin ends up with ''Daikichi''.]]

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* Subverted in the manga version of ''Manga/BunnyDrop''. Pne of the reasons why Yukari and Daikichi decided against becoming an OfficialCouple was to avoid this trope. Daikichi's adopted daughter Rin and * Yukari's son Kouki have romantic feelings for each other as teenagers. [[spoiler:Ultimately Rin and Kouki break up and Rin ends up with ''Daikichi''.]]''[[WifeHusbandry Daikichi]]''.]] The anime adaptation and film adaptation ignore the timeskip so they have [[MaybeEverAfter more implications]] that Daikichi and Yukari ended up together.
15th Jul '16 9:15:15 AM Pichu-kun
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* Eren and Mikasa in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', to the point that ''other characters'' mention it.


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* Subverted in the manga version of ''Manga/BunnyDrop''. Pne of the reasons why Yukari and Daikichi decided against becoming an OfficialCouple was to avoid this trope. Daikichi's adopted daughter Rin and * Yukari's son Kouki have romantic feelings for each other as teenagers. [[spoiler:Ultimately Rin and Kouki break up and Rin ends up with ''Daikichi''.]]
14th Jul '16 2:10:48 PM StFan
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* Mickey and Audrey on ''{{HomeSchooled}}''. The two usually spend their time bickering, so this could be BelligerentSexualTension / SlapSlapKiss.

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* Mickey and Audrey on ''{{HomeSchooled}}''.''WebVideo/{{HomeSchooled}}''. The two usually spend their time bickering, so this could be BelligerentSexualTension / SlapSlapKiss.
13th Jul '16 1:28:28 PM StFan
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* ''{{Literature/Malevil}}'' has Jacquet and Miette. They are lovers as well, but Jacquet has to [[EthicalSlut share her]] with [[{{Polyamory}} every other man]] at Malevil.

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* ''{{Literature/Malevil}}'' ''Literature/{{Malevil}}'' has Jacquet and Miette. They are lovers as well, but Jacquet has to [[EthicalSlut share her]] with [[{{Polyamory}} every other man]] at Malevil.



* The whole point of ''Literature/BrothersConflict'', specially its visual novel counterpart.

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* The whole point of ''Literature/BrothersConflict'', ''LightNovel/BrothersConflict'', specially its visual novel counterpart.
13th Jul '16 1:27:15 PM StFan
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%% ADMIN NOTE: ''kiss X sis'' was cut per P5 decision. Do not re-CamelCase the link or recreate the page.

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* ''kiss X sis'' is about two twin sisters who love their stepbrother very much. Their mom and the stepbrother's dad approve. He doesn't. HilarityEnsues.

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* ''kiss X sis'' ''kiss×sis'' is about two twin sisters who love their stepbrother very much. Their mom and the stepbrother's dad approve. He doesn't. HilarityEnsues.



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* ''Drive Me Crazy'' has a variant of this--[[spoiler: the two teenagers have a mostly-normal romance, and their parents get married at the ''end'' of the movie.]]

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* ''Drive Me Crazy'' has a variant of this--[[spoiler: this -- [[spoiler: the two teenagers have a mostly-normal romance, and their parents get married at the ''end'' of the movie.]]



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* In ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' all the Cullens are adopted siblings and most of them are in a relationship with another Cullen, though the siblings thing is largely an act to explain why they move and cohabit together.
** In the movie, Jessica calls attention to how weird it is for them to act as siblings and be in a relationship.

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* In ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' all the Cullens are adopted siblings and most of them are in a relationship with another Cullen, though the siblings thing is largely an act to explain why they move and cohabit together.
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together. In the movie, Jessica calls attention to how weird it is for them to act as siblings and be in a relationship.



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* {{Inverted}} in ''SomethingPositive.'' As part of her back story, Vanessa had a brief fling with a guy she knew from school, though the two broke up on amiable terms. Later, her mom married his dad. The awkwardness got significantly worse when the guy, who had a very laidback relationship with his father, casually brings this up, not realizing how much it would freak Vanessa's mother out.

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* {{Inverted}} in ''SomethingPositive.''Webcomic/SomethingPositive.'' As part of her back story, Vanessa had a brief fling with a guy she knew from school, though the two broke up on amiable terms. Later, her mom married his dad. The awkwardness got significantly worse when the guy, who had a very laidback relationship with his father, casually brings this up, not realizing how much it would freak Vanessa's mother out.



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