Dating non blood related family
I don't think its wrong because say your mother have a sister from her daddy side and your mother sister have a cousin not related to your mother or your mother father y'all aren't related no way at cousin is related to your auntie because of your auntie mother side. Remember, if you trace back your ancestry far enough, you are related to everybody.The term cousin means that there is a pair of shared grandparents somewhere in the history of both individuals.No one can become a cousin by "marrying in." Some people feel a need for a term to describe the spouse of a cousin, and they sometimes use the term "cousin-in-law", but just as your "brother-in-law" is not your brother, your "cousin-in-law" is not your cousin.Third Cousins are descended from a common great great grandparent.If you are not related by blood, you are not actually cousins.Many people will refer to them as cousins, but unless you share a common grandparent (or some level of great grandparent), you are not really cousins.
A "blood relationship" means people related through a bloodline.Marrying a second cousin or more distant relation is legal in all western jurisdictions and even marrying a first cousin in legal in about half the states of the USA. If you want to have sexual relations with a cousin, that is more that going on a date, and some people are uncomfortable with the thought.However, even so-called blood-related cousins can marry -- second cousins everywhere, and first cousins in about half the jurisdictions of the US and I many other places as well. If you are asking about making children with a "non-blood related cousin", since you are not related "by blood" there would be no increased genetic risk to any offspring.If two people are first cousins there is a bigger chance of birth defects. Not only birth defects but they could be more likely to develop medical issues (that commonly run in the family) throughout their life.Two people from the same gene pool share common genes obviously!