Also: Being turned on by a sexual scene, no matter who the participants, is not necessarily indicative of sexual preference.
Someone who thinks it is... well. That says a lot about that person, I suppose.
This reminds me of a Youtube vid I saw of a twelve year-old girl doing a "harem" dance. The choreography was extremely complex. Her footwork intricate. Her varied arm movements very graceful and all her movements were hitting the beat of the music precisely. She was doing the requisite belly rolls and hip shimmying of the usual remarkable muscular control, but they certainly didn't feature above the leg and arm work. The choreography looked very traditional and tribal as opposed to sexual. Lots of hand gestures up in the air, and out to the side. She'd obviously had dance lessons for a long time. She wore a bright happy smile, and had bright, happy eyes. Her hair was loose down her back. If she was wearing make-up, it wasn't obvious.
She wore a gorgeous costume in shades of pale green. The Harem pants were opaque, extremely voluminous, completely hid her legs, were heavily beaded around the hips, and high riding. Her bodice, while cut in a traditional, "adult" shape, was so heavily beaded it completely covered her torso half way up to her neck, and almost all the way down to the top of her pants. None of her dance movements flashed more bare skin.
And yet, in between the comments complementing the girl for such technically brilliant and happy dancing, the comments section was full of diatribes against her mother for dressing her like a whore. Edited, Jan 22nd 2012 1:41pm by Aripyanfar
I don't think that reverance or respect for the dead needs the dead to be hidden from sight completely. It is the attitude that you bring, as a witness to a dead body, that matters, not the display and witnessing of a dead body, per se.