I seriously doubt that the dead care one way or the other. I think the question of respect is more about the people who come to cemeteries to remember their loved ones. As long as those having sex are discreet and do not disturb those that are visiting, I see no reason why it would not be acceptable. Life and death go hand in hand. Sex is about life whether for procreation or purely pleasure. So, I say celebrating life in the place of the dead is perfectly acceptable.
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A year-old substitute teacher at a Pennsylvania high school has been arrested for having sex with a year-old student in a cemetery. The incident took place earlier this month at Easton Cemetery, which is actually a pretty sweet spot for some al fresco fucking, given that its park-like environs were designed according to the picturesque romantic styles of the late 19th century. Police Lieutenant Matthew Gerould of the Easton Police told Broadly that Kelly Aldinger, the teacher involved, was charged with institutional sexual assault yesterday morning. The incident took place on May 6, when police officer Joseph Arredondo spotted the pair having sex around at 1. Approaching the vehicle, Arredondo ascertained that the boy involved was a junior at Easton High School. Unconfirmed reports suggest the pair have been in a sexual relationship since the fall, although the police state they do not believe Aldinger had relationships with any other pupils. Aldinger was employed by Source 4 Teachers, which provides supply teachers to schools across the USA.
Is it disrespectful to have sex in a graveyard/cemetery? if so, Y?
The oldest churchyard in Torquay is being used by people openly having sex and sunbathing nude in broad daylight. Who sunbathes except in broad daylight? It was not the first such report since the pandemic began: in June, a couple were witnessed coupling in Brandwood Cemetery in Kings Heath, Birmingham; police were called amid concerns over public indecency, and fears that they may not even have been from the same household. A few weeks earlier, another pairing was witnessed in the churchyard of St Mary Magdalene, Sutton-in-Ashfield. It is tempting to assume that these cases are a product of the pandemic.