necrophilia

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necrophilia

sexual attraction for or sexual intercourse with dead bodies

necrophilia

[‚nek·rə′fil·ē·ə]
(psychology)
Longing for death.
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The bodies lusted after by the dead-eyed carnage fetishists in Crash tend to be long vacated by the time we see them, as are those that stir the hormones of the lead character, a necrophiliac undertaker's assistant, in Kissed.
30) Perhaps equally revealingly, Catherine Clement in her quirky study Opera: The Undoing of Women (31) marshals the biographies of Malibran and Callas as irrefutable evidence for her one-note argument that opera "undoes" Woman, inasmuch as it treats the prima donna as the "marionette woman," while its necrophiliac male critics feed off her death.
However, as in Passage Temple (Life) 1974-75 (page 16), the viewer of Giger's pictures gets more than was bargained for: the erotics of his meticulous pictures are represented as necrophiliac performances.
Our necrophiliac memoirist will dilate on what he or she has learnt from his or her experience, for example that our revulsion at corpses is but a social prejudice and can be overcome with a little exposure to their positive advantages as sexual partners.
The skill with which the narrator appeases her callous and necrophiliac professor points to a different skill she has learned: how to play, tell stories, joke about death.
The story is bizarre: a necrophiliac mortuary employee (Jan Dolansky) as the deliverer of an apparently dead woman (Tereza Roglova) and the desires he arouses in her husband (Petr Matuszek).
I am one such intrusion, stroking you with necrophiliac obsession, loving the shell laid out before me.
I like the psychological aspect that film can naturalize almost anything--like in Hitchcock's Vertigo, where it's Jimmy Stewart playing the necrophiliac, so nobody rears up and yells, 'Sicko
Southern spent the last two-and-a-half decades of his life writing self-parodic drivel for National Lampoon (Now Dig This includes several examples, including a once-famous but poorly aged bit about necrophiliac Vietnam vets); failing miserably as a writer for Saturday Night Live ("the worst [job] I've ever had," he said of the experience); and pursuing unlikely film projects (including a doomed adaptation, of his friend William Burroughs' memoir Junky involving Easy Rider partner Dennis Hopper).
Their debut album, Ping Pong Bitches, has earned rave reviews for techno-disco-punk songs such as I Love You Necrophiliac and Beat You Up.
NECROPHILIAC PLAYS BASKETBALL WITH DEAD GIRL'S HEAD
But if that line implies, to Jamie James, homosexuality rather than human compassion, then James must see Whitman as a gay necrophiliac, or, at least, a dirty old man, and an astonishingly promiscuous and public one at that.