What happens when a brother and sister have a child together?
To be more specific, two siblings who have kids together have a higher chance of passing on a recessive disease to their kids. Copies of genes that do not work well (or at all) can cause recessive diseases. But usually they only cause the disease if both copies of a gene don't work.
Can you marry your sibling in law?
Technically no. Your sister in law would be married to your brother. You can only be married to one person at a time. Your sister in law is related to you by marriage only, not through blood, so if she's no longer married, and you don't mind incurring the wrath of your brother, yes you can legally marry her.
Which religion can brother and sister marry?
In Zoroastrian Middle Persian (Pahlavi) texts, the term xwēdōdah (Av. xᵛaētuuadaθa) is said to refer to marital unions of father and daughter, mother and son, or brother and sister (next-of-kin or close-kin marriage, nuclear family incest), and to be one of the most pious actions possible.
When a brother and sister get married is called?
Incest /ˈɪnsɛst/ is human sexual activity between family members or close relatives. This typically includes sexual activity between people in consanguinity (blood relations), and sometimes those related by affinity (marriage or stepfamily), adoption, clan, or lineage.