This is a companion blog to my tumblr, (A.K.A. "headquarters") and is reserved for longer and more detailed or image-heavy commentaries on specific fictional incestuously canon or non-canon relationships. The "Shipcestuous" accounts are meant to be support for those of us who just can’t help shipping incest, whether there is a particular brother/sister pairing we’ve been unable to resist, or whether it’s our narrative kink of choice.
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Category Archives: Books
I enjoyed immensely Bart and Cindy in Lifetime’s Seeds of Yesterday, the 4th and final installment in their Flowers in the Attic/Dollanganger movie series, adapted from the book series by V.C. Andrews. I had not read beyond the first book, but … Continue reading
I love it when a show raises my favorite question: ‘Are this brother and this sister going to bang each other?’ THE BORGIAS I don’t even feel the need to defend Cesare/Lurezia as a ship because everyone who watches the show … Continue reading
That’s right: another post about Avatar: The Last Airbender. If you’re not familiar with my others, I’ll link to them here: The Movie, The Movie/Cartoon Comparison, and The Zuko/Azula Shipper’s Guide. I realize that I haven’t made good on my promise … Continue reading
If you read my entry on the Quebec film Cadavres then you may recall that I was in the middle of purchasing the book it was based on, written by Francois Barcelo. I have since read it, and I thought … Continue reading
More French-Canadians, this time real, and more than a little frightening: Cadavres, un film de Québec, delightful but disgusting, and totally irreverent
So, I was going to hold off a little bit longer before talking about any films that actually had incest in them, but I recently saw Cadavres and I just can’t help but do a post on it right this … Continue reading