Say 2 adult film stars are related by blood and work side by side on camera "sharing" the male model but never touching/physically engaging one another - is that illegal or can they be prosecuted to the full extent of some incestuous law?
Based on your question there would be no incestuous situation depicted. This is stated strictly from a legal standpoint.
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In Arizona it is a class 4 felony for people who are "within the degrees of consanguinity within which marriages are declared by law to be incestuous and void" to knowingly intermarry with each other or to commit fornication or adultery with each other. First cousins who are older than 65 can marry but marriage between brothers and sisters (whole or half), parents and their children, and aunts and nephews are prohibited. Fornication or adultery involves sexual intercourse with each other. A successful prosecution would have to prove that the acts were committed in Arizona. So, while it is gross, 2 sisters servicing a guy but not each other is probably not illegal.
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