OPW -- Aug 10 -- Personality profiling sites eHarmony and TRUE match in two different ways. eHarmony matches on similarities, and TRUE attempts to match based on complimentary factors. I'd imagine it would be more reliable to match people based on similar factors, wouldn't you? The Unfrozen Caveman dug up some cases of sibling love in the extreme and gives some examples of siblings marrying, which made me ponder. Here they are...
Brother and Sister, and Lovers – ABC News
The Brother and Sister Who Fell in Love – buzzle.com – a sibling couple with 4 children together, determined to stay together
Forbidden Love Between Siblings – ABC News again – another couple determined to stay together
Parted-at-Birth twins ‘married’ – BBC News – These two didn’t know they were siblings when they got married.
Perhaps this is some form of proof for eHarmony's matching on similar traits, and for genetic matchmaking in general. Your comments please..