what kind of necrophile are you??

sernecro

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Actually it's really hard to say what I am according to this classification because I'm most likely in multiple classes at the same time. It's one way to split the necro group but there isn't a universal agreement on how to do it.
I've been reading where this classification was first proposed and it seems it goes back to a paper published in 2009 by Anil Aggrawal in the Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jflm.2008.12.023)

From the description of the classes, I would fit myself partially into class IV, V, VII, VIII, IX.

Class X seems to be exclusive. I'm not there yet as I do think that sex with alive hot guys is still good but maybe someday. It certainly is true already that corpses of hot men are hotter than a lot of regular alive dudes.

Necrophilia seems so understudied and reported (even now when I look for papers written about it, there are only like a couple dozen or so proper papers dealing with it) that there are very few classifications or scientific literature about it, even though forums like CDG are proof that we exist!
 

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For me, I would say class I as I have never had an opportunity for anything more. I don't know, given the opportunity, if I would go further than just fantasy.
 

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when I was younger I heard a psychology professor say that we all have necrophilia to a minimal degree, because we always remember those who died
 

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I’m not a necrophiliac but I loved learning about the classifications!

I like looking at videos and pictures of death people, I’m very interested in the psychology of killers and necrophilics (amongs others “deviations” of “normal”) and ironically enough I have tanatophobia! (Death anxiety, but only regarding myself/my own death)

I love performing last offices for recently deceased people and I think there is an art in giving the deceased a good dignified send off. I also enjoyed dissecting human cadavers in uni, however I can’t stand to see, touch or think of dead animals especially pets . It makes me sad :(
 

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VII, VIII, IX……a mix of each, depending on situation or surroundings.
 

julio perez

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I’m not a necrophiliac but I loved learning about the classifications!

I like looking at videos and pictures of death people, I’m very interested in the psychology of killers and necrophilics (amongs others “deviations” of “normal”) and ironically enough I have tanatophobia! (Death anxiety, but only regarding myself/my own death)

I love performing last offices for recently deceased people and I think there is an art in giving the deceased a good dignified send off. I also enjoyed dissecting human cadavers in uni, however I can’t stand to see, touch or think of dead animals especially pets . It makes me sad :(
According to you, I can't stand seeing or touching dead pets either, and even more so if they are mine.
 

Lilibet

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Yeah it makes me really sad however I prefer to keep their ashes when possible. Losing a pet is always a horrible thing to go through
According to you, I can't stand seeing or touching dead pets either, and even more so if they are mine.
 

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This thread is one I enjoy re-reading on those occasions when I have access to CDG, but since the original classification chart is no longer viewable it is a bit frustrating. If anyone has saved a copy of that chart, re-posting it here would be sincerely appreciated!
 
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