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I think this is actually the most democratic of all the bans, because it’s truly legislating against potential birth defects and nothing else. Is this just a token effort not to make my “Anything Goes! This is like saying you’re giving up alcohol, but only giving up Sam Adams Winter Lager.
If you want to marry your first cousin, have your genes looked at to make sure your kid isn’t going to turn out like a member of British nobility. Alaska, Alabama, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Washington D.
Usually I give my lists a prologue like “I was watching TV the other day and during a Nissan commercial I thought to myself, ‘Hey, that’s a cool song’ so I decided to devote five hours of my late 20s to an 11 Points list of techno music from 2000 to 2005 that’s been used in foreign car commercials.” This list gets no such prologue.
I have no desire to marry my first cousins (so no worries, Sarah, Rachel, Molly or Julie) — nor any recollection of why the idea for this list popped into my strange, strange brain.
And, in all cases, it’s also apparently designed to make sure that when the married first cousins go out to movies they can save with their senior discounts.
Translation: White people in Minnesota may not marry their first cousins.
All I know is that I thought cousin marriages could make for an interesting list topic, I started digging around, and that brought us to now.
So here, my friends, are the 11 different state laws about first cousin marriage that exist across the 50 states.
But if you’re from a local Indian population where marrying your first cousin is a part of your history… So, Dakota Sioux, Ojibwe and Chippewa — the tribes of Minnesota — let it ride. It’s when “two siblings reproduce with another set of siblings”… So, if a girl and her sister are out and meet two brothers, they pair off, have sex, and each couple produces a baby… And since that seems exceedingly rare, I ask you, North Carolina: Why bother?
These states have the strictest laws (especially Kentucky, Nevada and Ohio, as you’ll see the others below all make exceptions).
In these six states, you can’t marry your first cousin OR first cousin once removed (your first cousin once removed is the child of your first cousin).
Couples who are third or fourth cousins tend to have more kids and grandkids than other couples.
And though considered somewhat of a cultural taboo, mating between "kissing cousins" makes good biological sense, say scientists.
Because, in general, the biggest argument against first cousin marriage is, ya know, the potential for flipper children.