Okay, so I read this story not too long ago about a guy/girl who asked his parents to explain sex to him. They instructed him/her... physically and have done it with each other ever since. The question he posed was why was it so wrong to other people. To him it didn't mess up anything and he's had a healthy mind and relationship with other people. The responses he received were vastly disapproving. They said that he was abused and he just didn't know it. When he justified it and said that it wasn't abuse, they said that it was or accused him of lying for attention. My thing is that, while yes, it is defined as abuse, some cases seem to be of the notion that sex just isn't a boundary for these families. In these cases, the parents aren't sexually desiring their child but just reaching another form of intimacy. The child doesn't seem to see it as wrong either. Of course, I read more stories from differing perspectives and I'm left with a bit of confusion. What are your thoughts?