The'mind-blowing' sex between a mom and her adopted son horrifies the internet.
The internet was shocked when a man who was given up for adoption wrote about his "incredible" sex life after falling in love with his birth mother.
The internet is shocked by a story about a man who talks about the "mind-blowing sex" he has with his biological mother.
Ben Ford, now 32, was adopted after his mother, Kim West, 51, gave him up at birth. But 30 years later, when Ben sent his mother a letter, they were reunited.
But after they met at a hotel and shared a bottle of champagne, they kissed for the first time without permission.
Soon, the couple's love for each other turned into incestuous lust, and the mother and son started having sexual relations.
Ben was eventually forced to tell his wife Victoria about his affair. He told her in painful detail about the "amazing and mind-blowing" sex he was having with his own mother.
When they went public with their relationship in 2016, they said they had been "forced to hide" because their sexual relationship was against the law in the US state of Michigan, where they lived.
Local laws said that each of them could get up to 15 years in prison and be put on a Sex Register for life. Ben and Kim said that their strange relationship was caused by Genetic Sexual Attraction (GSA).
The story first came out six years ago when Ben and Kim were on the front page of a British newspaper. Recently, The Sun republished the story, which made people interested in it again.
People on social media are shocked by the "disgusting" couple and want to know what happened to them.
Someone wrote on Facebook, "This is disgusting and makes me feel sick."
"It's so disgusting it's not even funny!! There are 7.9 billion people on Earth, but you chose your own son? It's not okay and it never will be. "It's not OK to do it," said someone else.
"She's the mother, so she should know better. "He just wants a mother," said one woman.
In an interview with The New Daily in 2016, Kim, who worked as an interior designer, talked about the claims that their relationship was "disgusting."
"This isn't a case of incest; it's GSA. She said, "We are like two peas in a pod and were meant to be together."
"I know people will say we're disgusting and that we should be able to control our feelings, but when you're so in love that you're willing to give up everything for it, you have to fight for it."
It's a once-in-a-lifetime chance that Ben and I don't want to miss out on."
Ben was also firm about his relationship with his biological mother. At the time, he told his wife, "Every time I've had sex with you since I met her, I imagine I'm kissing her, or I can't perform."
Victoria was said to have "already grown suspicious" of the two's close friendship, and when she found out the truth, she went on a "hysterical rant."
Kim, who grew up in Islington, London, got pregnant when she was 19 and going to school in California, The Sun said.
She decided to give the baby up for adoption before going back to the UK. When she got there, she lost touch with the family.
But 30 years later, when Ben wrote her a letter asking to meet his real mother, they were reunited.
When they met for the first time a year later, neither of them knew that it would lead to a disturbing affair that would tear his family apart.
Kim says it was like they had known each other for years, and she started having sexual dreams about her own son.
Just three days after they had their first sexual encounter, Ben told his wife the news that would change their lives.
"Sexual attraction based on genes"
Kim and Ben both think that GSA is the reason why they feel strange.
GSA is a term for a connection between relatives who didn't grow up together but met as adults and fell in love.
But some experts have tried to show that the phenomenon isn't real by calling it pseudoscience.
Ben, who writes code for computers, said, "When I met Kim, I couldn't think of her as my mom. Instead, I thought of her as a sexual being."
I had seen a therapist at an adoption support group and learned about the GSA phenomenon.
Back in 2016, the two said they wanted to get married and were even thinking about having kids, though they knew this might not be possible because of the risk of inbreeding.
We don't know where they are right now, and we don't know if they are still together.