France will ban sex between brother and sister, said – incest is not acceptable in society

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Highlights

  • Preparations to ban incest in France, law will be brought soon
  • Minister said – sex between family members is not acceptable
  • In 1791, incest relations were legally recognized in France for over 18 years.

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French government incest Plans to ban ties (family sex) have been announced. In France, except for children, incest currently has a legal status. French Minister of State for Child Protection, Adrian Taquet, said the government intended to criminalize such relationships, even if the two were over the age of 18. Incest refers to illegal sex between members of the same family (such as brothers and sisters). It is also called incest.

Minister said – you cannot have sex with your blood
The new law is meant to issue clear restrictions in society, news agency AFP quoted Taquet as saying. Incest is not acceptable in the society… no matter what the age. You cannot have sex with your father, your son or your daughter. It is not a question of age, it is not a question of consent of adults. We are fighting against malpractice. The signs should be clear.

The age limit of 18 years will also be reviewed
He said the 18-year limit for malpractice would be reviewed. Cousins ​​would still be allowed to marry under the changed rules. He did not provide any clarification on whether the proposed law would extend to stepfamilies.

France changed the law in 1791
Laurent Boet, president of child protection charity Les Papillons, welcomed the move, saying incest should be legally banned, as it was already socially prohibited. In 1791, incest, blasphemy, and sodomy were removed from the French penal code as crimes. They believe that if there is no victim then it is not a crime.

France has changed the anti-rape law
Last year, France made major changes to its anti-rape law. Since then, having sex with a girl under the age of 15 is being treated as rape. France claims that after this change in the law, it will now be easier to punish in cases of sexual abuse of girls. In France, after increasing cases of rape and sexual abuse of girls, there was pressure from the public and due to this the government was forced to take this step.

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