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    Re: Poland castration law takes effect

    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh_Akston View Post
    Regarding the part in bold (my emphasis), are you wanting the Catholic church to simply perform this procedure on their priests simply because they are priests, or just on the priests that are found guilty of pedophilia/molestation?
    If it were pointed out to the Priests that chemical castration would not prevent their being able to use their Penis' from ejecting bodily waste and that in order for them to be allowed into the Priesthood they would have to agree to chemical castration.
    With regard to those Priests who have been found to be guilty of Paedophilia/Molestation I would have hoped that they had been removed from any assosciation with children.
    That this does not happen is patently obvious, so yes, I would apply it to all HRCC clergy who work with children.

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    Re: Poland castration law takes effect

    If that's cruel and unusual then why not throwing someone into a prison where there's a good chance of rape or worse (they are sex offenders after all)? If anything, this allows the criminals to leave prison more quickly and isn't permanent. There's a difference between not liking a punishment and that punishment being cruel and unusual.
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    Re: Poland castration law takes effect

    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkenAsparagus View Post
    If that's cruel and unusual then why not throwing someone into a prison where there's a good chance of rape or worse (they are sex offenders after all)? If anything, this allows the criminals to leave prison more quickly and isn't permanent. There's a difference between not liking a punishment and that punishment being cruel and unusual.
    I completely agree. I think that requiring someone to take some medication is far less cruel than sentencing them to years of government-sanctioned sexual slavery.
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