So you know how there's a lot of step families around now, where the significant nuclear family is made up of children related biologically to only one of the parents? And there's even nuclear families where death or divorce has left loving and functional nuclear families where neither of the parents are the biological parents of the children?
And you know how many infertile heterosexual couples bear/ raise children that are either only biologically related to one of the parents, or biologically (DNA wise) related to neither? Or at least not DNA related in a direct parent-child biological relationship? And the cases of sister/aunt/daughter parents who hand their babies over to their sisters/nieces to raise cause they're infertile, or to their own parents to raise cause they're too young to be responsible parents?)
And you know how many orphaned, abandoned or abused children who are taken and adopted out or fostered out to non biologically related parent/s who have a home to give to them?
And you know how gay, dyke and bi couples could wind up with biologically related children, even actually THEIR OWN biological children, or non biological children, to love and to raise, like in any of the above examples?
Do you realise IT DOESN'T @#%^ING MATTER IF HOMOSEXUALS HAVE CHILDREN OR NOT, THEY ARE STILL ENTITLED TO GET MARRIED REGARDLESS?
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.