'It's also considered pseudoscience for want of actual evidence so there's that. ¯_(ツ)_/¯'
Huh. That's new since I'd last looked.
"one who researches the subject will realize that so called "genetic sexual attraction" cases seem to be associated with sudden unplanned meetings which lack the proper safeguards of a thoroughly prepared reunion."
...like, what safeguards? What's being prepared for?
Policy an sich doesn't mean much; especially in the case of emotionally charged topics it is readily enough driven by nothing more concrete than varying degrees of popular moral panics irrespective of acute lack of concrete evidence and/or flagrantly bad science. Case in point older members here might remember the satanic ritual abuse brouhaha of the Eighties which produced a number of serious miscarriages of justice - that one mostly sticks out in my personal recollection because I was in elementary school at the time the waves made it here and the class was shown some cautionary "hurr durr satanism bad" edutainment video, which mainly just confused the Hell out of everybody present. I'll leave aside my wider skepticism concerning the rational basis of US and UK policymaking in general.