Cleary, the books are never getting finished. Read this a few years ago:
I mean, he’s currently shacked up with his aunt.
All the Chickens said:
I can deal with a man unwittingly getting it on with his biological Aunt who he didn't grow up with or have any known familial connection too. I can even understand them learning of their blood ties at some point and dismissing them to carry on their relationship.I cannot, under any circumstance, get behind Jon marrying his cousin who he grew up and still looks at as his little sister. Same thing with Arya, since I've seen those theories floated out. They will always look at each other as brother and sister, no matter what the paternity tests say.
ITT - The illusion of incest is gross! Actual incest, I can live with it.
First cousins leave open a door to genetic disorders. Jon and Dany have about as many genes in common as full siblings. That’s knocking down the whole damn wall.
All the Chickens said: Jon and Dany look healthy, and at least Jon doesn't appear to be carrying any genetic mental diseases that are common with Targs (outside of brooding), so their children would likely be fine, but hopefully that's where the familial mating dance stops.Of course, if the Targaryens had traditionally married siblings for that long, it's unlikely that Dany would be all that healthy, although theres an argument for Jon since he is isn't a direct product of incest. But GRRM doesn't care that much about real genetics, so who knows what he's thinking.