Koi Kaze (TV)

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In behavioral anthropology, the phenomenon which the story of Koikaze was based upon is called genetic sexual attraction, where close relatives who were brought up not knowing about one another may find each other highly attractive (more attractive than strangers) when they later meet as adults. This is due to lack of Westermarck effect, where two people live in close domestic proximity during the first few years in the life of either one, both are desensitized to later close sexual attraction and bonding.

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