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If your right eye causes you to sin pluck it out and cast it from you for it is more profitable for you that one of your members perish than for your whole body to be cast into hell And if your right hand causes you to sin cut it off and cast it from you for it is more profitable for you that one of your members perish than for your whole body to be cast into hell Matthew 529 30 Castration The ultimate punishment for men who dare to violate one of societys most despised taboos Perhaps the most apropos revenge against the child molesterthe sex offender Or is it Castration as a punishment is clearly a violation of the US Constitution that prohibits cruel and unusual punishment This has already been upheld in several US courts Castration as a treatment of sex offenders may also be a constitutional violation if it is done as a condition for release or parole or as a way to avoid incarceration Bund 1997 But what if an offender or an individual who fears he may become an offender chooses to be castrated as part of a comprehensive treatment program Does he have this right Is it the right thing for him to do Does it matter if its the right thing to do if he chooses this route What position should society take The purpose of this paper is to examine a persons right to choose to be castrated In order to be more fully informed on this subject there are several ancillary and yet important topics that need to be addressed In this paper I will discuss the logistics and details of the various castration procedures In doing so I will juxtapose surgical castration with so-called chemical castration I will also look at how and why castration is done Next I will talk about the physical and psychological effects of castration
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