God I hope not......if it is I am glad I will be cremated.....ewwwwww!
I had sex with a woman in New Orleans whom I thought was dead, but she was just slow.
sometimes slow can be really fun!!! lmao!!!
Well you do know that the state of Louisiana is different than the other 49 states in the U.S.
Their laws are ba
Those damn French folks!
I don't think you can **** a dead person here in France. Must be a Spanish thing!
I hope so.............
.......... Wooo Hoooo what a send off.
Yikes, have never heard that, would be interesting to find out
a lot of the States in the US still have some very old and obsolete laws on the books…it wouldn't surprise me in the least
I do not think so but i do not live there
More than that. It is required...
What can I say? Some of us were just born in the wrong state... (Imagine how Alice Cooper feels?)
is that a Roman game arena ?
ok, that's where i'm going to die. i might get lucky.
No. Don't be ridiculous. You're confusing Louisiana with California.
As of May 2006, there is no federal legislation specifically barring sex with a corpse. Multiple states have their own laws:
Alabama - Class C felony under 13A-11-13
Alaska - Class A misdemeanor under 11-61-130
Arizona - Class 4 felony under 32-1364
Arkansas - Class D felony under 5-60-101
California - Felony under Health and Safety Code 7052, up to eight years in prison
Colorado - Class 2 misdemeanor under 18-13-101
Connecticut - Class A misdemeanor under 53a-73a
Delaware - Class A misdemeanor under 11-5-1332
Florida - Second degree felony under chapter 872.06
Georgia also has a law prohibiting sex with corpses
Hawaii - Misdemeanor under 7
Iowa - Class D felony under 709.18
Minnesota also has laws prohibiting sex with corpses
Nevada - Class A felony with a maximum penalty of life in prison with the possibility of parole under NRS 201.450
New York - Class A misdemeanor under 130.20
Ohio - Second degree misdemeanor, fifth degree felony under 2927.01
Oregon - Felony for "Abuse of Corpse" ORS 166.085
Pennsylvania - Second degree misdemeanor under 18 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 5510, "a person who treats a corpse in a way that he knows would outrage ordinary family sensibilities commits a misdemeanor of the second degree".
Texas - Class A misdemeanor
Washington - Class C felony for "Sexually violating human remains" RCW 9A.44.105
Wisconsin - Class G felony under 940.225 (7)
it would appear it is legal in many more states than that say its legal. and i ran into a 1997 dissection of the california law that shows it is not capable of being used to charge in necrophilia cases so maybe even these are not safe. i really did not need to know this, thankfully ill be cremated.