Posted by Dr. Sal Limpone D. D. on December 21, 19103 at 11:43:13:
In Reply to: Gelding (emasculation) of men posted by Joan on December 09, 19103 at 06:20:02:
I really agreed with much of what I've been reading here. I grew up on my families half section farm, (½ square mile.) and helped run it. We had horses, cattle, and Hogs, as well as the then normal chickens, and geese.
I castrated the stallions, Bulls, and Boars. All males don't need to breed, only a few select ones are used for that purpose, and this selective breeding produces better stock. After being castrated, geldings are more compliant, docile and obedient, as well as far less Dangerous to people, each other, and their meat tastes far better.
Personally I think it would be a good practice to apply to men. Castrated males would be more compliant, docile and obedient, as they ought to be. It would eliminate much of their hostility, get their mind off of their Penis, and make them more manageable. They also gain about 11 years longer life, without testosterone, so it is in their best interest.
With the world's excessive population, we don't need as many breeders. Routine male castration about two years after the start of adulthood would be about right,.It would allow then to start towards their full growth, so they would be better workers..
Many women would enjoy having a few gelding slaves to cater to their needs, instead of mens. I don't know what the fuss is all about, they'd be happy after they were gelded. Slice into their scrotum, extract their Gonads, suture the cords closed, Snip, snip, and suture the empty scrotum closed. They will be up and working in less then a week!
Dr. Sal Limpone, B.A. D.D.
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