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But just to clarrify about the law in the philippines, according to my father who took and finished a law course, it is legal to marry a second cousin in the philippines, its only the 1st cousin are not allowed... What I provided you was information found directly from the Internet, from a legal authority in the Philippines.As far as genetics go, please keep in mind, despite how far removed a second cousin will be, it doesn't give an absolute guarantee that there will be NO genetic problems, just that your odds will likely be just like anyone else, so long as there aren't any outstanding genetic issues in either of your direct families. There is no scientific grounding for it." In the UK, the issue came to the fore when the MP Phil Woolas, now the Immigration minister, claimed earlier this year that first-cousin marriages within Asian communities in Britain resulted in an increasing number of children with health problems."A lot of arranged marriages are with first cousins, and that produces lots of genetic problems in terms of disability [in children]," Mr Woolas said.Jesse James The Missouri outlaw married his first cousin Zerelda "Zee" Mimms in 1874 at the height of the James-Younger gang's reign.They had two children and remained together until Jesse's death, aged 34, 12 years later.
Its helps me a lot that 2nd cousin will not really affect just incase to have a baby in the future... I am glad you have a better legal authority than I can provide only by researching from here.A family affair: Cousins who tied the knot Jerry Lee Lewis The rock 'n 'roll star infamously married his 13-year-old first cousin once removed, 10 years his junior, in 1957.His popularity initially fell but recovered when he began performing country and western music.Charles Darwin The naturalist, whose work forms the basis for contemporary evolutionary theory, married his first cousin Emma Wedgwood in 1839.They had 10 children, to whom he was a devoted father.
The risk of giving birth to babies with genetic defects as a result of marriages between first cousins is no greater than that run by women over 40 who become pregnant, according to two scientists who call for the taboo on first-cousin families to be lifted.