+240 All rapists should get a MANDITORY castration upon being found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt, amirite?

by Anonymous 13 years ago

All who disagree to this are rapists

by Anonymous 13 years ago

I didn't know this was YouTube ...oh Or we think that everything in this world isn't always black and white.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

my english teacher says this all the time. He's my favorite teacher.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

not all rapists are male http://www.myfacewhen.com/402/

by Anonymous 13 years ago

How would a girl rape a guy? with a strap on? And since we seem to be using picture :http://www.myfacewhen.com/332/

by Anonymous 13 years ago

http://www.myfacewhen.com/321/ and it is more of women not girls. I would not know I am not a rape-ologist but some people have been raped by women

by Anonymous 13 years ago

You don't need a penis to rape.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

Actually, under UK law, you do. Penetration by any other object is sexual assault, or grievous bodily harm, not rape.

by Anonymous 1 year ago

I would MAYBE support this for serial rapists, but for first time offenders I think a lengthy prison sentence should be the only punishment.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

They still have a penis...

by Anonymous 13 years ago

and there is always room for doubt.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

There have been reports of women on women rape. And I read where a woman threatened a man to have sex with her, and if he tried to get her off, she'd scream and call the police and report rape. Sometimes its not just physical power one needs over another for it to be rape.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

What if they have some kind of mental illness, or they'd been raped and abused themselves their whole lives and they don't know anything else? In my opinion, castration is way too harsh. Unless someone is like a serial rapist, and they have nothing wrong with them mentally apart from enjoying people's suffering or whatever. And what if someone raped someone in their sleep (it's happened, people do weird things in their sleep), or in some other state in which they wouldn't be aware of it and/or wouldn't remember it?

by Anonymous 13 years ago

The victim would remember.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

Yeah, but my point is, if the person who raped someone was asleep or otherwise unaware when they did it, it's not really their fault, since they couldn't really control their actions if they didn't know they were doing them, if that makes sense. And so while they'd still technically be counted as a "rapist", they wouldn't deserve the punishment since they had no control over what they were doing.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

So you don't think a drunk driver that kills someone deserves punishment? And before you counter with "that person chose to drink and drive" (and since we are dealing with very unlikely scenarios) what if said person had their drink spiked, should they still be held accountable? Even so, a "sleeping rapist" still has the potential to commit more acts of rape, consciously or not, and should damn well be held accountable because of that.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

If someone had their drink spiked, then it wouldn't have been their fault that they were driving drunk/impaired, so in my opinion no, they shouldn't be held accountable/punished for something they had no influence over. Of course someone who raped someone in their sleep has the *potential* to do it again, but technically, I have the *potential* to go killing or raping people too, but nobody's punishing me for that. *Everyone* has the potential to rape someone. Most just don't do it. In the case of someone who did it in their sleep, doing weird things in your sleep can often be caused by stress and/or sleep disorders (as far as I know), and both of those are simple enough to cure, so instead of being punished for something that wasn't their fault, they could just be told/forced to ensure it never happens again, by fixing whatever caused it to happen.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

Nobody is punishing you because you haven't ALREADY DONE IT. I'm guessing? HUGE difference actually. And I'm by no means an expert, but I'm pretty sure nobody gets so stressed out they rape folks in their sleep. Also, do you really can be "fixed" without drastic measures? Look, I'm gonna go out on a limb and assume you're still a kid, and I promise I'm not trying to be a jerk, but honestly there's no point in discussing this further. Agree to disagree?

by Anonymous 13 years ago

Yeah okay, agree to disagree.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

There are female rapists. What should we do for them? http://tinyurl.com/d3p32m

by Anonymous 13 years ago

They should also have their balls removed.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

Sorry, but there's just too much room for error in out current legal system today to enact such a permanent punishment. Innocent people are put to death, which is also a punishment reserved for people found guilty "beyond a reasonable doubt". Having innocent people go through that torture would just be ridiculous.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

... I'm quite afraid you see... You are right again sir, this condition seems permanent.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

The real issue is that any people are falsly charged with crimes they didn't commit. How do you apoligize to a guy who you casterated when you later find out he was innocent the whole time?

by Anonymous 13 years ago

Sound Orwellian to you? Yeah, me too. Our government shouldn't have that kind of power, no matter who they're using it on.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

I'm surprised no one has said this, but... *Mandatory*

by Anonymous 13 years ago

Yess, eye hait itt wen peepul carnt spel az wel!

by Anonymous 1 year ago

It would be better to just sentence them to death. I think if someone commits such a crime that shows that they have no respect for human life then they should not have the right to live.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

It would be better to just sentence them to death. I think if someone commits such a crime that shows that they have no respect for human life then they should not have the right to live.

by Anonymous 13 years ago

Firstly, in English law, the definition of rape is penetration without consent, so a woman can not be a rapist. She can commit sexual assault, and she can sexually abuse, but she can never rape. Also, sexual crimes by women are vanishingly small, and their crimes are perfectly well covered by other laws, so let’s stop this stupid “women can also rape” nonsense. In response to the question in hand, I’ll simply repeat my answer to a similar question posted previously: There are numerous accounts of women fighting off a male attacker by kicking, kneeing, punching or squeezing his testicles. We continue to be amazed & empowered by just how little effort is required by us to incapacitate a man in sickening pain, and it will always be our best option when confronted by a rapist. And you want to take away the most vulnerable target on a man’s body that we can use to defend ourselves? Ah, I hear you say. He won’t have the urge to rape if we remove his testicles! Well, I am pretty sure that before the stitches in his scrotum are removed, he will have purchased testosterone supplements online, and his levels of it will be probably be even higher than before his castration! The only way to deprive him of the ability to rape is the removal of his penis which, unfortunately, would be considered inhumane. A viable alternative to this is to perform a very simple operation to sever the nerves supplying the penis, close to the prostate gland. This would render the penis permanently numb and flaccid. This, I feel, would also act as an effective deterrent to all would-be rapists.

by Anonymous 1 year ago