A few months ago I watched a TV program where a lady (a university teacher) was invited to talk about death, on the occasion of The day of the dead, which is a national holiday in Hungary. She said that in today's society young people are raised so that they keep distance from death and dead, which later evolve to be an unnatural relationship with these things. 50 years ago (especially in the country, villages) dead people were in the houses for several days before the funeral, so that even small children could say farewell, and they accepted death as part of life. Today people watch TV with a horrible amount of unnecessary violance (in the first 10 minutes 50 persons get chopped up - just for fun?), but the do not accept an autopsy as a natural thing. There is nothing wrong with a healthy female body examined inside out, in fact I think children should go to autopsies during school. Many-many things would be better that way! What do you think?