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Castration an option for released offenders

Discussion in 'Up to the Minute' started by aeromiss, Feb 1, 2006.

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    aeromiss New Member

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    I have heard that it does, it eliminates the "sex drive." However, isn't part of that "sex drive" in offenders a drive for sexual power and violence? What's to stop an offender from using another object to rape or offend?

    I have no problem w/ chemical castration for an offender. )Permanent castration, I think, would be unconstitutional). I'm just not sure it would prevent these people from committing crimes.

    Eve
     
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    j2mirish Former Member

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    I was thinking the same thing- but wasnt sure about the erection being eliminated, so asked that part first! I believe, like you said, they would use another object, or still just be violent , again, its not nesessarily about sex-
     
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    The problem isn't located in the genitals...it's in the brain!



    Lobotomy is the answer!
     
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    I vote for both at the same time- just to be on the safe side!
     

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