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White Rose Sex Crime Law Comes into Effect in Taiwan

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Re: White Rose Sex Crime Law Comes into Effect in Taiwan

Postby rowland » 24 Jul 2015, 23:03

Gman wrote:Well thanks to advances in neurological science we are able, or soon will be, to determine which areas of the brain respond to narcotic stimulation. In my home city there is a high degree of property crime by drug addicts and this drugs use has been sighted as a primary reason for repeat offences. Perhaps in the near future we can line up these suckers for selective lobotomies. Or, we could nip this whole problem in the bud and simply lobotomize all drug users?


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If I thought this sort of thing were safe, I'd be all for it. But the brain is complicated. It's like rocket science or something.

There are certain criminals so vile and dangerous that I wouldn't shed many tears if their brains were butchered. But in the hands of a tyrannical government, this could lead humanity down a dark path. It's an even bigger conflict of interest than eugenics.

Speaking of which, Planned Parenthood has been caught organlegging. Wasn't hard to see that coming.
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Re: White Rose Sex Crime Law Comes into Effect in Taiwan

Postby Ermintrude » 25 Jul 2015, 09:25

Doesn't the support of chemical castration make the assumption that sexual abuse is always about physical arousal? I just can't see what good it would do in a lot of cases, ethics aside.
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Re: White Rose Sex Crime Law Comes into Effect in Taiwan

Postby Tempo Gain » 25 Jul 2015, 13:41

I don't think it assumes that it always is. Studies have shown that it does have some suppressive effects. There should be some threshold where this is desirable even if not always true.
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Re: White Rose Sex Crime Law Comes into Effect in Taiwan

Postby Ermintrude » 25 Jul 2015, 14:43

Tempo Gain wrote:I don't think it assumes that it always is. Studies have shown that it does have some suppressive effects. There should be some threshold where this is desirable even if not always true.


Sure. But to give any government agency the power to decide that is not good.
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Re: White Rose Sex Crime Law Comes into Effect in Taiwan

Postby Tempo Gain » 26 Jul 2015, 00:24

Agree, and I was leaving the ethics aside too.
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