Castration as an Effective Deterrent to Sexual Violence

Victor Cheney, Retired, U.S.A.F.

ABSTRACT
The oldest, cheapest, quickest and most effective way to stop sexual violence against women is castration (orchiectomy). We know because it has been used for thousands of years, currently costs only about $1600, takes about 1/2 hour and had a recidivism of only about 2.44% in over 5000 cases in a total of seven countries. It works best as a voluntary treatment rather than as a punishment when the violent man has learned the advantages and disadvantages and makes an informed consent. It greatly extends the average male's life expectancy by alleviating the danger of heart attack, stroke and prostate cancer and also curbs addictions of all sorts.

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Updated 05/20/2006