Not necessarily because anything happens but just because there's a weird vibe?
This isn't really the same thing, but I watched some old special on the Brady Bunch a while ago and apparently there often felt like an element of sexual chemistry between the actors portraying Greg and Marsha, when there shouldn't have been.
But let us take a look at some of the lesser used terms. STEP-: If your parents are parted (death, divorce, ammulment) and one of your parents renames, his/her new spouse then becomes your stepmother/father.
Of course, many of the terms used to express family relationships are well-known and used dully: father, grandmother, uncle, sister and so on.
I was just thinking about situations where adolescents are living in blended families, and there's some kind of sexual attraction..you find your stepbrother really hot. I mean, I guess you just deal with it..say it's mutual?
I don't know--do parents ever find themselves having to give their kids a Talk?
Hell, in Ancient Egypt real siblings, like full blood same mom and dad, siblings got married and popped out kids of their own.
I know of families who have had step siblings who actually grew up to get married. A bit awkward at family reunions, I guess -- but nothing biologically wrong with with it.
Alicia Silverstone never remembered to take her makeup off at the end of the day, and it would make her break out.
Silverstone was like any other teen: She, too, was guilty of not removing her makeup every day.
A step-uncle is the brother of one's mother's husband or father's wife, and not one's uncle.
A step-aunt is the sister of one's mother's husband or father's wife, and not one's aunt.