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to render incapable of reproducing sexually

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a man who has been castrated and is incapable of reproduction

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deprive of strength or vigor

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edit by omitting or modifying parts considered indelicate

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New Delhi [India] February 01 ( ANI ): The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday filed a chargesheet against former Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in connection with alleged castrations of his male devotees.
A writ petition was filed in the High Court in 2012 by a follower of the sect, demanding CBI inquiry and compensation for his castration in the year 2000.
The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of surgical and chemical castration on body weight and some hormones.
If these were all or even largely non-fictional narratives, healthcare professionals would be much more aware of voluntary (and involuntary) castrations (and, in turn, eunuchs) in the Western world (see discussions in Johnson & Wassersug, 2010; Wassersug, 2010).
Sources in the agency told M AIL T ODAY that the CBI team, which had returned empty handed last time it was in Sirsa, has gathered important information regarding mass castration of Dera followers this time.
Relying on the successful use of the less invasive practice of chemical castration as a curative measure for reducing recidivism rates and rehabilitating paraphiliacs in Europe and other countries, this note proposes that a regimen including both chemical castration and psychotherapy is a legitimate, viable, and constitutional alternative treatment for paraphiliac sexual offenders.
New Delhi: The fervent pleas for chemical castration of those accused of rape have been getting louder.
In this article, we explore the metaphorical use of terms including impotence, castration and neutered, to better understand how these words are interpreted by both the public at large, and by the approximately half a million men in North America who, at one time or another, take chemically castrating drugs to control prostate cancer.
He wants offenders named and outed - and, in a step being discussed this week, he is prepared to consider physical and chemical castration, following Sweden, Denmark, Germany and America.
But castration is probably about as strange as it gets.
174) Although the 1935 amendment contained a section authorizing forced castration, no involuntary castrations were performed.
In contrast to the anatomical penis with its ordinary weaknesses and strengths, the phallus is a false presence, an idealized fetishistic object that has been designed to fix castrations, rectify mortifications, bring back the dead.
Cowboys, he argues, developed myths which portrayed their sexual and geographic isolation as signs of potency and masculinity rather than as metaphorical castrations and indications of marginal social status.
Dera Sacha Sauda runs a hospital in Gurusar Modia village where the alleged castrations were done by the doctors.
Sources in the probe agency also said indentifying the 400 castrated dera followers would not be an easy job as the castrations were done 14 years ago.