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Will Long 5 months
I don't like it. It's validating the cultural myth that testosterone is a root cause of socially dysfunctional behaviour. And it re-establishes the precedent that chemically reconditioning someone for sexually unacceptible behaviour (which TOTALLY won't become a much broader category in the meetoo era).

Jackie MOD 5 months
Wow. I didnt expect to feel so conflicted reading the news. On one hand, this is probably the best treatment I've heard of for Male sex offenders to stop future crimes. it seems to reduce recidivism by 90% when combined with therapeutic treatment (which this law doesn't consider). On the other hand, I feel like it crosses a line of personal liberty and body autonomy that i dont like at all. this should be a voluntary process, perhaps with a touch of leniency given to those willing to undertake it. I'm not saying it should mitigate jail time, but perhaps make conditions of parole less intensive as long as they stay on the treatment. theres another thing I dont like about the bill, and that's that the meds cost $1000 a month in some cases and considering that is an ex-con how will they possibly pay for that? that's like advocating for a poverty sentance, and that's a bit much. so, I'm for the treatment but against the implementation of this law, but I still feel a little shakey on it all... change my mind?
Based Haole 5 months
no one cares you fucking shill all you do is push corporate media links and report comments that refute your idiocy ya dumb cunt
Jackie MOD 5 months
and all you do is push the Jewish question, hate speech, and adhominem attacks because you dont have fact to support your positions. you couldn't even engage with my comment here, hell I doubt you even read it, all you could do is call me a "dumb cunt" which is ironic because you clearly werent smart enough to come up with a coherent counterargument.
Jester 5 months
Based, you need to chill. I don’t always agree with Jackie but she has every right to make her points. Don’t be a detestable fool.

Monique Michaelson 5 months
This is a great idea. 😀

Raymond M Hein Jr 5 months
This is a bad idea innocent people will fall prey to this

ConcealCarryProtect 5 months
Better than a lobotomy.

park mclean 5 months
So what happens to child killers? Nothing... Maybe cutting the hand of thieves off can be next...

Property 5 months
cruel and unusual punishment

Miro Živec 5 months
According to this "modern law" 14 and older can now be legally targeted without a worry for the raping party of getting "castrated". This should sound great or what? I wonder if the politicians that came with these "briliant" solutions, got themself their brains castrated.

Little Scar 5 months
Too humane. I want public castrations with miniature guillotines. It could be a Pay-Per-View thing lol.

Fonky Munk 5 months
Alabama is sounding more and more like a shitshow every day...

michael zubas 5 months
KISS YOUR NUTE GOODBYE!!! Anyone remember Sin City?

Brian Clark 5 months
I prefer they castrate these piles of excrement the old fashioned way.

Call Me Ninj 5 months
So... uh... what about FEMALE sex offenders?

Petri Fide 5 months
I guess Biden will be skipping this state.

(Un)Fortunate Son 5 months
I say chemical castration violates the eight amendment. If they’re going to cut someone’s balls off just use a knife. Saves the taxpayer

Wig Idacious 5 months
How will Joe Biden win the Presidency if his nuts are neutralised? This is a death blow to the pedo deep state.

Mike Clark 5 months
I think this can be considered cruel and unusual punishment. Some kind of clock work orange shit this is.

CoLpOeSnED 5 months
might this lead to some Clockwork Orange type shit? next we could chemically alter brain chemistry of criminals to make them more docile.

Jason S Savitt 5 months
I call that mercy

Parker 5 months
Alabama is becoming a theocratic madland.