couldn't it just be an "either/or" thing? And what wasted most time in those five pages... Enmos' (yes, yours, not Orleander's. You kept bringing it up and trying to get her to reply to that) obsession with the definition of "disgusting". Geez, it was "physically, morally or aesthetically." Aesthetic is the sense of beauty. A corpse and then the idea of fucking it... not so aesthetic. I'd say if it can also be described as "ewwww", then "disgusting" means aesthetically offensive. The most common use for "disgusting". Moral taste is not so common anyway. Now, it could be considered offensive to moral taste, if the first word that pops to mind is "desecration" or something. Rape of a person's memory or value. There, got my points made. About necrophilia... umm... I don't think I know any of them. No way to say they're likely to become serial killers. You can't make those statistics. Mental issues are almost bound to be present, of course. So I guess the morality of the deed depends on what the "victim" would think (would have thought) about it. Other words, it's all about consent.