I was a Christian before I became an atheist/agnostic... the two confuse me and I cant surely tell which I am. I consider there could be a God, that God however is none of the imaginary gods human history is filled with, maybe a scientist from another universe or the alien theory... I don't call any of them God but creator, the way we think of God is a thing that peeps on humans and is disgusted when you masturbate, the creator I propose wouldn't say would care too much with our daily struggles if it's still alive and can even access us.
On a happy note I am fully purged of Christianity, to me the church is a boring place. The last time I went to church was because my sister wanted me to be there when she announced she was getting married, I slept through the entire thing even the announcement, LOL.
In that boring moment I got to think what this place did to me, how they messed with my mind. I came to a shocking conclusion that an atheist might have residue Christianity in them, for me it's their music, it takes me back, forget how bad the church history really is and that God they worship. Then there's my lack of interest in gays, more clearly I don't hate them but I don't respect them. I also have a distaste for Islam mostly from being Christian. I at least don't remember my last prayer, and even when I go through problem the idea of praying never crosses my mind.
What we were taught in the name of Christianity might still be imprinted in us, how many things do we dislike, think about and disagree on based on the sublime text of previous religions? Do you think witches are bad... what diluted thinker did they turn you into?
This all leads to my predicament to which I have no credible reason not to except religious cues, is it wrong to get up and personal with your cousin? Up and personal is try and see what it becomes, go into it with a hands on not hands off. You cant say it's immoral or incest as an atheist, negating the best reason as consequences of alienation or a beat down, easily solved by being discrete... is there another logical reason not to? There's a good chance growing higher that it will happen, so as a friend or a concerned party AND an atheist, what logic would you use to sway me to or not to?
P/S You cant go with biology, old human civilization has cousin marriage a norm, and a parent being a carrier of a genetic disorder can be considered not however be a limiter with emerging technology. Another myth is a child from a sister and brother is severely mutated or MUST carry some genetic problem, not that I would consider my sister, a half sister maybe.