Time to end the absurd taboo on necrophilia

Surely, writes Dalrymple, it would be easy enough to adapt The Teddy Bears’ Picnic so as to enlarge the infants’ worldview:

If you go down to the morgue today
You’re sure of a big surprise.

Necrophilia, Dalrymple points out,

harms no one, a dead body not being a person any longer susceptible to harm.

Safe sex

Compared to sexual relations with living human beings, necrophilia is

trouble-free, if the right hygienic precautions are taken; and there is no need for contraception.

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