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Symptoms Of Necrophilia
Yes: Yes, there really are necrophiliacs. It is supposedly a rare syndrome, but could be a lot more common than recognized since the victims cannot complain. Existing studies are based on less than 150 cases in the literature. Most are men, and it may be accompanied by acts of sadism. Think of jeffrey dahmer.
Yes: Necrophilia (the erotic attachment to corpses) is a paraphilia. Paraphilias are recurrent, intense sexually arousing fantasies, sexual urges, or behaviors generally involving nonhuman objects, the suffering or humiliation of oneself or one's partner, or children or other non-consenting persons -- occurring over at least 6 months. For some, sexual arousal is possible only with the preferred fantasy.See 1 more doctor answer
Movie Stuff: Yes it is just about always movie stuff. However, people with severe mental illness can lose touch with reality and conceivably confuse what they see in the movies with what is real. Even in such a case, acting out such bizarre behavior would be extremely rare.
What happens if someone had a heart attack during s*x could the other person be charged with necrophilia?
Insane in Texas: Hi. They're insane in Texas, so who knows? I know there are normal people in Texas, but they never make it in the news! ;-) In normal states, that would NEVER happen. But with your politicians, we outsiders EXPECT insane!
If fetishes, pedophilia, necrophilia, zoophilia and other weird sexual attractions and behaviors are classified as paraphilias, how come gay isn't?
Once upon a time: It was in the past considered a disorder but they correctly recognized that error and now know that it's w/in the normal healthy range of humans. Any unlawful, non-consensual or violent acts apart, those may also be dropped. If the person is comfortable and harms no one - it's not a problem. If it's any of those - it is! Gay is not necessarily weird - sometimes it's even dull!
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