First, let's define incest: It is consensual sex between two adults who are defined by varying state laws as being too closely related to each other. It may or may not include persons who have no blood relationship, such as adopted siblings. (First cousins can marry in the UK, as can half-siblings in Sweden.) It is not rape, so why should it be included with that term when discussing exceptions to anti-abortion laws? The underlying basis for prohibiting incest is the prevention of genetic abnormalities, which can occur from any number of other reasons as well. What are your views on terminating pregnancies because of potential abnormalities?