A mother who gave her son up for adoption 30 years ago, says she’s now in love with him and has revealed that they want to get married and try to have a baby.
Kim West, 51, has been in a relationship with her son, Ben Ford, 32, for two years after he tried to re-connect with her in 2013.
She was forced to give up Ben when he was just a week old and never heard from him after that, the New Day reports.
It was only after Ben – who was living in the U.S. at the time – sent his mum, from England, a letter that they got back in contact.
The pair now claim their sex life is ‘incredible’ and plan to get married in the near future.
Kim knows that people will have a bad reaction to their taboo relationship, but says she is willing to battle for it, adding that their feelings are because of Genetic Sexual Attraction (GSA), not incest.
GSA causes relatives to feel sexual attraction to each other after meeting as adults.
When they first got back in touch, Ben was still married to Victoria, but they later split up so he could be with his mum.
Kim – an interior designer from Islington – said she began noticing her attraction to her son after she had ‘sexy dreams’ about him.
The pair spoke on the phone before they reunited at a hotel where they had their first kiss. They then went on to have ‘incredible and mind-blowing sex’ a number of times.
Just three days after, Ben – who lived in Colarado – broke the news to his wife and told her he was leaving her for his mum. The couple then flew to Michigan where they are now getting support from another GSA couple.
They both still insist that they’re not in an incestuous relationship. Speaking to the New Day, Kim said: “This is not incest. We are like peas in a pod and meant to be together.”
This view is echoed by Ben, who said he didn’t think of Kim as his mum. He said: “When I met Kim, I couldn’t think of her as my mum but instead as a sexual being.”
What’s probably more worrying is that they do really mean all this, but more than anything they deserve help, not hate.
The Huffington Post