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23rd Oct '17 10:28:38 AM Eievie
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* ''Flm/IncestTheMusical'' is a quirky, upbeat--bordering on RefugeInAudacity--short independent film about high-school twins Alex and Katie getting together.

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* ''Flm/IncestTheMusical'' ''Film/IncestTheMusical'' is a quirky, upbeat--bordering on RefugeInAudacity--short independent film about high-school twins Alex and Katie getting together.
22nd Oct '17 12:27:19 PM Eievie
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* ''Incest! The Musical'' is a quirky, upbeat--bordering on RefugeInAudacity--short independent film about high-school twins Alex and Katie getting together.

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* ''Incest! The Musical'' ''Flm/IncestTheMusical'' is a quirky, upbeat--bordering on RefugeInAudacity--short independent film about high-school twins Alex and Katie getting together.



Maybe we've got chemistryyyyy!''

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Maybe we've got chemistryyyyy!''chemistryyyyy!"''
22nd Oct '17 1:28:58 AM Eievie
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* ''Incest! The Musical'' is a quirky, upbeat--bordering on RefugeInAudacity--short independent film about high-school twins Alex and Katie getting together.
-->''"Foiled by our genealogy!\\
Maybe we've got chemistryyyyy!''
7th Oct '17 12:20:42 AM Eievie
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* PlayedForLaughs in ''Series/AnotherPeriod''. Beatrice and her twin brother Fredrick are in love and regularly have sex, despite the fact Beatrice is married (to a [[TheBeard gay man who also has a lover]] and who happens to be married to Beatrice's sister). One episode has Freud (yes, that Sigmund Freud) trying to cure Fredrick of his supposed homosexuality. When he sees him having sex with Beatrice, he feels the treatment worked, and is unphased at Fredrick being with his sister.

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* PlayedForLaughs in ''Series/AnotherPeriod''. Beatrice and her twin brother Fredrick are in love and regularly have sex, despite the fact Beatrice is married (to a [[TheBeard gay man who also has a lover]] and who happens to be married to Beatrice's sister). One episode has Freud (yes, that Sigmund Freud) ''that'' UsefulNotes/SigmundFreud) trying to cure Fredrick of his supposed homosexuality.homosexuality after being MistakenForGay. When he sees him having sex with Beatrice, he feels the treatment worked, and is unphased at Fredrick being with his sister.
23rd Sep '17 1:54:13 PM Eievie
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* ''Literature/TheActsOfCaine'': A probably nonconsensual example: Berne is revealed to keep twin sex slaves, [[DepravedBisexual one male and one female]]. This being Berne, if you think he wouldn't order them to have sex with each other, you plainly haven't read the books.

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* ''Literature/TheActsOfCaine'': A probably nonconsensual example: Berne is revealed to keep twin sex slaves, [[DepravedBisexual one male and one female]]. This being Berne, if you think he wouldn't [[RapeByProxy order them to have sex with each other, other]], you plainly haven't read the books.



** It first shows up with Gerridon and Jamethiel, where it looks like VillainousIncest: They were twins, consorts, and the most infamous individuals in the entire history of their people.[[note]]Gerridon made a DealWithTheDevil, and two thirds of the entire population's souls were reaped to pay for his immortality. Jamethiel helped.[[/note]] But as the story goes on, the VillainousIncest gets {{Subverted|Trope}}--their twincest isn't portrayed as wrong or as part of their evilness. It was traditional and culturally sanctioned in their time, and their match was arranged by matriarchs [[BreedingCult trying to breed the chosen ones]].[[note]]Inbreeding is the best way to produce powerful Shanir, and twin marriage was especially valuable for this. Also, among their people, inbreeding sometimes produces ''crazies'', but it doesn't produce weak, sickly, or deformed children.[[/note]] But because of their infamy, ever since Gerridon and Jamethiel, their people have ''mostly kinda'' stopped inbreeding--although the Ardeth still do. But because of the old tradition, their people now see incest--at worst--as a bad idea, not ''creepy'' or ''immoral''.
** The second case is with the protagonist and {{deuteragonist}}, Jame and Torisen, a pair of HalfIdenticalTwins who are shaping up to be twincestuous too. [[spoiler:By the fourth book, they're [[UnresolvedSexualTension UST-y]], and have had a few {{Erotic Dream}}s, and a BigDamnKiss. (WordOfGod says yes, it'll eventually happen.)]] Few people know they're twins, and Jame once wonders, if people knew, whether they would throw them together to {{Invoke|dTrope}} the trope, or make sure they never met again to {{Def|iedTrope}}y it.\\\
In their case, twincest is symbolic of self-acceptance. The story plays with the idea of twins as {{foil}}s, mirrors, other halves of each other. One of the big things keeping them apart is that Jame is a DifferentlyPoweredIndividual in a world where that's considered dangerous and untrustworthy--and more importantly, so is ''Tori'', but he denies it. She reminds him of this, and that's what ''really'' bothers him--much more than how this trait is present in ''her'', but how it's present in ''himself''. He can't be her lover until he accepts her, until he [[IAmWhatIAm accepts himself]].

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** It first shows up with Gerridon and Jamethiel, where it looks like VillainousIncest: They were twins, consorts, and the most infamous individuals in the entire history of their people.[[note]]Gerridon made a DealWithTheDevil, and two thirds of the entire population's souls were reaped to pay for his immortality. Jamethiel helped.[[/note]] But as the story goes on, the VillainousIncest gets {{Subverted|Trope}}--their twincest isn't portrayed as wrong or as part of their evilness. It was traditional and culturally sanctioned in their time, and their match was arranged by matriarchs [[BreedingCult trying to breed the chosen ones]].[[note]]Inbreeding is the best way to produce powerful Shanir, and twin marriage was especially valuable for this. Also, among their people, inbreeding sometimes produces ''crazies'', but it doesn't produce weak, sickly, or deformed children.[[/note]] But because of their infamy, ever since Gerridon and Jamethiel, their people have ''mostly kinda'' stopped inbreeding--although the Ardeth still do. But because of the old tradition, their people now see incest--at worst--as a bad idea, not ''creepy'' or ''immoral''.
** The second case is with the protagonist and {{deuteragonist}}, Jame and Torisen, a Torisen--another pair of HalfIdenticalTwins who are shaping up to be twincestuous too. [[spoiler:By the fourth book, they're [[UnresolvedSexualTension UST-y]], and book they have {{UST}}, have had a few {{Erotic Dream}}s, Dream}}s and a BigDamnKiss. (WordOfGod says yes, it'll eventually happen.)]] Few people know they're twins, and Jame once wonders, if people knew, whether they would throw them together to {{Invoke|dTrope}} the trope, or make sure they never met again to {{Def|iedTrope}}y it.\\\
In their case, twincest is symbolic of self-acceptance. The story plays with the idea of twins as {{foil}}s, mirrors, other halves of each other. One of the big things keeping them apart is that Jame is a DifferentlyPoweredIndividual in a world where that's considered dangerous and untrustworthy--and more importantly, so is ''Tori'', but he denies it. She reminds him of this, and that's what ''really'' bothers him--much more than how this trait is present in ''her'', but how it's present in ''himself''. He can't be her lover until he accepts her, until her--until he [[IAmWhatIAm accepts himself]].



* PlayedForLaughs in ''Series/AnotherPeriod''. Beatrice and her twin brother Fredrick are in love and regularly have sex, despite the fact Beatrice is married (to a [[TheBeard gay man who also has a lover]] and who happens to be married to Beatrice's sister). One episode has Freud (yes, that Freud) trying to cure Fredrick of his supposed homosexuality. When he sees him having sex with Beatrice, he feels the treatment worked, and is unphased at Fredrick being with his sister.

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* PlayedForLaughs in ''Series/AnotherPeriod''. Beatrice and her twin brother Fredrick are in love and regularly have sex, despite the fact Beatrice is married (to a [[TheBeard gay man who also has a lover]] and who happens to be married to Beatrice's sister). One episode has Freud (yes, that Sigmund Freud) trying to cure Fredrick of his supposed homosexuality. When he sees him having sex with Beatrice, he feels the treatment worked, and is unphased at Fredrick being with his sister.sister.
-->'''Dr. Freud:''' Frederick, look at you. You are cured. The Masculinity training must have done the trick. I officially declare you a non-homosexual.\\
'''Beatrice:''' Oh, Frederick, I'm so proud of you.\\
'''Frederick:''' You're not concerned at all with the fact that I'm having sex with my sister?\\
'''Dr. Freud:''' Seems perfectly natural to me. Carry on.



* Cersei and Jaime Lannister in ''Series/GameOfThrones'', the television show being a faithful adaptation of ''Series/ASongOfIceAndFire'' (see Literature above). From the DVDCommentary for "The Kingsroad".

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* Cersei and Jaime Lannister in ''Series/GameOfThrones'', the television show being a faithful an adaptation of ''Series/ASongOfIceAndFire'' (see Literature above). From the DVDCommentary for "The Kingsroad".



* The show runner of ''Series/{{Riverdale}}'' also worked on ''ComicBook/AfterlifeWithArchie'', and the idea of twincestuous Cheryl and Jason Blosson has carried over, even with Jason being a PosthumousCharacter. The ''aesthetic'' of twincest is played with a lot. In the opening scene (their EstablishingCharacterMoment) Cheryl and Jason are framed like a couple: Wearing {{coordinated clothes}}, {{holding hands}}, going on what looks like a OldFashionedRowboatDate, all with a love song paying. Cheryl once describes Jason as her "soulmate". They are seen in a flashback SweetheartSipping. After loosing him, Cheryl is referred to as a "Red Widow". There also shades of twincest in Cheryl's interest in Archie, because Archie resembles Jason so much. In episode 10, it's actually called out by in-universe by Veronica, who attempting to turn around Cheryl's attempt to bully her and the rest of the gang. However, those accusations appear to made up on the spot out of spite, not based on any concrete evidence. And despite this aesthetic, it [[SubvertedTrope seems that they weren't actually a couple]]: [[spoiler:Jason was determined to be with his third-cousin Polly.]]

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* The show runner of ''Series/{{Riverdale}}'' also worked on ''ComicBook/AfterlifeWithArchie'', and the idea of twincestuous Cheryl and Jason Blosson has carried over, even with Jason being a PosthumousCharacter. The ''aesthetic'' of twincest is played with a lot. In the opening scene (their EstablishingCharacterMoment) Cheryl and Jason are framed like a couple: Wearing {{coordinated clothes}}, {{holding hands}}, going on what looks like a OldFashionedRowboatDate, all with a love song paying. Cheryl once describes Jason as her "soulmate". They are seen in a flashback SweetheartSipping. After loosing him, Cheryl is referred to as a "Red Widow". There also shades of twincest in Cheryl's interest in Archie, because Archie resembles Jason so much. In episode 10, it's actually called out by name in-universe by Veronica, who attempting to turn around Cheryl's attempt to bully her and the rest of the gang. However, those accusations appear to made up on the spot out of spite, not based on any concrete actual evidence. And despite this aesthetic, it [[SubvertedTrope seems that they weren't actually a couple]]: [[spoiler:Jason was determined to be with his third-cousin Polly.]]



* The entire plot of the rather strange--and very sexual--British queer play ''Theatre/OverThere''. The two-man cast consists of the identical twins Harry and Luke Treadaway, and I can only say that the two certainly aren't uncomfortable with each other.

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* The entire plot of the rather strange--and very sexual--British queer play ''Theatre/OverThere''.''Theatre/OverThere'', where it's a metaphor for East and West Germany. The two-man cast consists of the identical twins Harry and Luke Treadaway, and I can only say that the two certainly aren't uncomfortable with each other.
4th Sep '17 9:25:27 AM StFan
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A common twist in Twincest--and in BrotherSisterIncest in general--is SurpriseIncest: for a couple to fall in love, only to find out later that they're related. (See [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_sexual_attraction genetic sexual attraction]].) The fact that SeparatedAtBirth is already a common twin trope reinforces this. How far their relationship goes before they discover this generally depends on whether the plotline is supposed to be humorous or tragic.

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A common twist in Twincest--and Twincest -- and in BrotherSisterIncest in general--is general -- is SurpriseIncest: for a couple to fall in love, only to find out later that they're related. (See [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_sexual_attraction genetic sexual attraction]].) The fact that SeparatedAtBirth is already a common twin trope reinforces this. How far their relationship goes before they discover this generally depends on whether the plotline is supposed to be humorous or tragic.



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* It was heavily implied in a few issues of ''ComicBook/InfinityInc'' that Obsidian has a crush on his long-lost twin sister Jade ([[IfItsYouItsOkay this despite Obsidian being gay]]). She was blissfully oblivious.
** In the original ''ComicBook/InfinityInc'' comic, there's no indication of Obsidian being gay. He, in fact, has a girlfriend in later issues. It wasn't until his and Nuklon's appearances in ''ComicBook/JusticeLeague'' where his sexuality is hinted at, but not confirmed at the time.

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* It was heavily implied in a few issues of ''ComicBook/InfinityInc'' that Obsidian has a crush on his long-lost twin sister Jade ([[IfItsYouItsOkay this despite Obsidian being gay]]). She was blissfully oblivious.
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oblivious. In the original ''ComicBook/InfinityInc'' comic, there's no indication of Obsidian being gay. He, in fact, has a girlfriend in later issues. It wasn't until his and Nuklon's appearances in ''ComicBook/JusticeLeague'' where his sexuality is hinted at, but not confirmed at the time.



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* [[SaintSeiya Saint Seiya]] twins [[MrFanservice Gemini Saga]] and [[EvilTwin Gemini Kanon]] make one of the most popular and accepted couples among slash and yaoi fans in this series both in the manga and anime because of their dramatic and conflictive relationship as twin brothers who love and hate each other. Fandom, as we can see [[http://saintseiyayaoi.net/index.php?PHPSESSID=dac7ffcda68cb94e14996c299a5a6d73&board=72.0 here]] finds quite interesting the fact of imagine that both share more than "brotherly love" (aka. twincest) during their lives despite of being separated during 13 years.
** The same happens in Saint Seiya spin off: [[SaintSeiyaTheLostCanvas Saint Seiya The Lost Canvas]] with the twins [[AmbitionIsEvil Aspros]] and [[BigBrotherWorship Defteros]].

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* [[SaintSeiya Saint Seiya]] ''Manga/SaintSeiya'':
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twins [[MrFanservice Gemini Saga]] and [[EvilTwin Gemini Kanon]] make one of the most popular and accepted couples among slash and yaoi fans in this series both in the manga and anime because of their dramatic and conflictive relationship as twin brothers who love and hate each other. Fandom, as we can see [[http://saintseiyayaoi.net/index.php?PHPSESSID=dac7ffcda68cb94e14996c299a5a6d73&board=72.0 here]] finds quite interesting the fact of imagine that both share more than "brotherly love" (aka.(a.k.a. twincest) during their lives despite of being separated during 13 years.
** The same happens in Saint Seiya spin off: [[SaintSeiyaTheLostCanvas Saint Seiya The Lost Canvas]] the spin-off ''Manga/SaintSeiyaTheLostCanvas'', with the twins [[AmbitionIsEvil Aspros]] and [[BigBrotherWorship Defteros]].



* The Kongo brothers pairing in ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'' fandom has a pretty good following. Agon's a huge narcissist and Unsui is very dedicated to his younger brother. It's not hard to imagine it being a little more then brotherly…

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* The Kongo brothers pairing in ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'' ''Manga/Eyeshield21'' fandom has a pretty good following. Agon's a huge narcissist and Unsui is very dedicated to his younger brother. It's not hard to imagine it being a little more then brotherly…



** The second case is with the protagonist and {{deuteragonist}}, Jame and Torisen, a pair of HalfIdenticalTwins who are shaping up to be twincestuous too. [[spoiler:By the fourth book, they're [[UnresolvedSexualTension UST-y]], and have had a few {{Erotic Dream}}s, and a BigDamnKiss. (WordOfGod says yes, it'll eventually happen.)]] Few people know they're twins, and Jame once wonders, if people knew, whether they would throw them together to {{Invoke|dTrope}} the trope, or make sure they never met again to {{Def|iedTrope}}y it.\\
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** The second case is with the protagonist and {{deuteragonist}}, Jame and Torisen, a pair of HalfIdenticalTwins who are shaping up to be twincestuous too. [[spoiler:By the fourth book, they're [[UnresolvedSexualTension UST-y]], and have had a few {{Erotic Dream}}s, and a BigDamnKiss. (WordOfGod says yes, it'll eventually happen.)]] Few people know they're twins, and Jame once wonders, if people knew, whether they would throw them together to {{Invoke|dTrope}} the trope, or make sure they never met again to {{Def|iedTrope}}y it.\\
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'''Spencer:''' Ok, sorry. But seriously, [[CrossingTheLineTwice aren't you guys dating?]]
* It's impossible to watch Maya and Alejandro Herrera in ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' without thinking about it. [[spoiler:After all, Maya killed everyone but Alejandro and herself during her twin brother's wedding after she learned that [[YourCheatingHeart his bride to be was cheating on him…]]]] Probably a RelationshipWritingFumble.

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'''Spencer:''' Ok, OK, sorry. But seriously, [[CrossingTheLineTwice aren't you guys dating?]]
* It's impossible to watch Maya and Alejandro Herrera in ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' without thinking about it. [[spoiler:After all, Maya killed everyone but Alejandro and herself during her twin brother's wedding after she learned that [[YourCheatingHeart his bride to be was cheating on him…]]]] him...]]]] Probably a RelationshipWritingFumble.



** The possibility of twincest had been used years earlier with as a RedHerring with a fourteen year old pair of HalfIdenticalTwins. It… turned out to be something quite different.

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** The possibility of twincest had been used years earlier with as a RedHerring with a fourteen year old pair of HalfIdenticalTwins. It… It... turned out to be something quite different.



* Made [[IncrediblyLamePun explicit]] in LeSexoflex's cheerfully NSFW song [[http://lesexoflex.bandcamp.com/album/twincest-maxi-single "Twincest"]]. The [[http://vimeo.com/12558920 music video]] features male and female twins gettin' it on with their siblings, animated by pornographic embroidery.

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* Made [[IncrediblyLamePun explicit]] in LeSexoflex's Music/LeSexoflex's cheerfully NSFW song [[http://lesexoflex.bandcamp.com/album/twincest-maxi-single "Twincest"]]. The [[http://vimeo.com/12558920 music video]] features male and female twins gettin' it on with their siblings, animated by pornographic embroidery.



3rd Sep '17 9:40:46 PM Chimelli
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* Cersei and Jamie Lannister in ''Series/GameOfThrones'', the television show being a faithful adaptation of ''Series/ASongOfIceAndFire'' (see Literature above). From the DVDCommentary for "The Kingsroad".

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* Cersei and Jamie Jaime Lannister in ''Series/GameOfThrones'', the television show being a faithful adaptation of ''Series/ASongOfIceAndFire'' (see Literature above). From the DVDCommentary for "The Kingsroad".
9th Aug '17 12:37:05 PM Eievie
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* Myth/ClassicalMythology: In Ovid's ''Literature/{{Metamorphoses}}'', the story of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byblis Byblis]] and Kaunos.

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* Myth/ClassicalMythology: In Ovid's ''Literature/{{Metamorphoses}}'', the story of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byblis Byblis]] and Kaunos.Kaunos is a one-sided case. While Byblis likes him, and admits her feelings, he is completely disgusted by her affection.
9th Aug '17 12:34:28 PM Eievie
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* In traditional Bali culture, fraternal twins (known as ''kembar buncing'') are assumed to have had sex in the womb. If they were born to a poor family, their entire family would be thrown out of town for 42 days and all religious ceremonies would be called off for that period. If they were born to the royal family, however, they would be betrothed to each other.
* Myth/ClassicalMythology: In Ovid's ''Literature/{{Metamorphoses}}'', the story of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byblis Byblis]] and Kaunos.
* Myth/EgyptianMythology: Osiris, Isis, Set, and Nephthys were all quadruplets who fell in love while still in the womb together, forming two couples: Osiris/Isis, and Set/Nephthys.



* Myth/NorseMythology: In "Lokasenna" of the ''Literature/PoeticEdda'', Loki accuses [[ThemeTwinNaming Freyr and Freyja]], the sibling fertility deities, of sleeping together, though it's unclear whether this is "truth" or not.
* In the ''Literature/VolsungaSaga'', Sigmund is seduced by his sister Signy in disguise, as she believes only in this way she can conceive a son that is strong and loyal enough to help Sigmund avenge their brothers and father on their killer, Signy's treacherous husband Siggeir.
* Myth/EgyptianMythology had Osiris and Isis, as well as Set and Nephthys, the four of which were all quadruplets who fell in love while still in the womb together.

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* Myth/NorseMythology: Myth/NorseMythology:
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In "Lokasenna" of the ''Literature/PoeticEdda'', Loki accuses [[ThemeTwinNaming Freyr and Freyja]], the sibling fertility deities, of sleeping together, though it's unclear whether this is "truth" or not.
* ** In the ''Literature/VolsungaSaga'', Sigmund is seduced by his sister Signy in disguise, as she believes only in this way she can conceive a son that is strong and loyal enough to help Sigmund avenge their brothers and father on their killer, Signy's treacherous husband Siggeir.
* Myth/EgyptianMythology had Osiris and Isis, as well as Set and Nephthys, the four of which were all quadruplets who fell in love while still in the womb together.
Siggeir.



* The story of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byblis Byblis]] and Kaunos in Ovid's ''Literature/{{Metamorphoses}}''.
* In traditional Bali culture, fraternal twins (known as ''kembar buncing'') are assumed to have had sex in the womb. If they were born to a poor family, their entire family would be thrown out of town for 42 days and all religious ceremonies would be called off for that period. If they were born to the royal family, however, they would be betrothed to each other.
7th Aug '17 8:53:32 PM Eievie
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An old Japanese myth says that if two star-crossed lovers commit dual suicide, they get reincarnated as twins. This may be one of the factors in the frequency of Twincest stories in {{anime}}. In this case, RedStringOfFate and, as a whole, esoteric-religious motives sach ReincarnationRomance can be used as a justification for obviously taboo relations

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An old Japanese myth says that if two star-crossed lovers commit dual suicide, they get reincarnated as twins. This may be one of the factors in the frequency of Twincest stories in {{anime}}. In this case, RedStringOfFate and, as a whole, esoteric-religious motives sach such ReincarnationRomance can be used as a justification for obviously taboo relations
relations.

In a broader religious or mythological context, this trope can be regarded as OlderThanFeudalism, given the many similar myths in different nations where twincest is directly mentioned or implied in the context of couples from HalfIdenticalTwin gods who are portrayed as appointed to become husband and wife, or as the first people in general.



And besides all this, in a religious or mythological context, this trope can be regarded as OlderThanFeudalism, given the many similar myths in different nations where twincest is directly mentioned or implied in the context of couples from HalfIdenticalTwin gods (EgyptianMythology even includes the marriage of two brothers and two sisters from the quadruplets) who are portrayed as appointed to become husband and wife, or as the first people in general.



A subtrope of BrotherSisterIncest. If it's just implied, then it overlaps with IncestSubtext. It's also important not to make mistakes with other BrotherSisterIncest couples, since, due to the popularity of this trope and the idea of ​​a spiritual bond of twins, many "ordinary" couples between brother and sister can imitate many twincest cliche elements. And of course, sometimes even Twincest isn't quite incestuous enough for the writers, and that's when you get ScrewYourself.

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A subtrope of BrotherSisterIncest. If it's just implied, then it overlaps with IncestSubtext. It's also important not to make mistakes with other BrotherSisterIncest couples, since, due to the popularity of this trope and the idea of ​​a a spiritual bond of twins, many "ordinary" couples between brother and sister can imitate many twincest cliche cliché elements. And of course, sometimes even Twincest isn't quite incestuous enough for the writers, and that's when you get ScrewYourself.






* Myth/EgyptianMythology had Osiris and Isis, as well as Set and Nephthys, the four of which were all twins who fell in love while still in the womb together.

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* Myth/EgyptianMythology had Osiris and Isis, as well as Set and Nephthys, the four of which were all twins quadruplets who fell in love while still in the womb together.



* In traditional Bali culture, fraternal twins (known as kembar buncing) are assumed to have had sex in the womb. If they were born to a poor family, their entire family would be thrown out of town for 42 days and all religious ceremonies would be called off for that period. If they were born to the royal family, however, they would be betrothed to each other.

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* In traditional Bali culture, fraternal twins (known as kembar buncing) ''kembar buncing'') are assumed to have had sex in the womb. If they were born to a poor family, their entire family would be thrown out of town for 42 days and all religious ceremonies would be called off for that period. If they were born to the royal family, however, they would be betrothed to each other.
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