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Human Neutering

Castration.

Are you male or female?

60% (157) Male
39% (102) Female

259 voters have answered this question.

Are you a parent?

55% (134) Yes
44% (109) No

243 voters have answered this question.

Say you have a son, if it were legal to have him neutered (balls and sack removed), would you?

65% (157) Yes
21% (52) Maybe
13% (32) No

241 voters have answered this question.

If you said "no" to neutering, would it matter if all your friends were neutering their sons?

57% (69) Yes, I want to do it but I don't want my son to be the only one neutered.
11% (14) Yes, I always follow the trend.
31% (38) No, it's just a fad or it's not relevant.

121 voters have answered this question.

If you would neuter him, or would think about it, why?

80% (166) It would calm him down.
66% (137) He would do better in school (with no girls to focus on).
51% (107) It would prevent teen pregnancy.
58% (121) He would live longer (this is true).
23% (48) Those things look and/or smell gross!
13% (27) Some other reason (write in):

206 voters have answered this question.

If your son were neutered, would you also have his "pole" removed?

55% (142) Yes
20% (52) Maybe
24% (62) No

256 voters have answered this question.

If you would remove his "pole", or would think about it, why?

33% (71) It would prevent him from assaulting a woman.
58% (125) He would be less distracted (nothing to play with).
53% (115) It would look better if he was smooth.
44% (95) It would be easier to clean if he was smooth.
56% (121) Why have something he can't ever use?
64% (139) He would have to pee sitting down (no mess!).
9% (21) Some other reason (write in):

215 voters have answered this question.

If you said "no" to removing it, would it change your mind if I told you he could still pee? They create a hole down lower so he can sit to pee.

64% (97) Yes! I was worried he wouldn't be able to pee. Off with it!
35% (54) No, I'd still leave it attached.

151 voters have answered this question.

Assuming you would neuter him or remove his pole, when would you have it done?

12% (25) Near birth, like they do with circumcision. That way, he won't remember having them.
54% (113) Some time before puberty, maybe 5 or 6, before they get big and hairy (eww!).
33% (68) Some time after puberty, during his teens. I would take him to the clinic if he started acting badly.

206 voters have answered this question.

Say boys commonly had their junk removed (like 30% of boys), would that make you feel better about your daughter having a sleepover with such a boy?

27% (66) Yes, if he were neutered.
59% (144) Yes, but only if he had it all removed.
13% (33) No, he's still a boy (even though he's really not).

243 voters have answered this question.

Lastly, should it be legal for parents to have their son's junk removed?

88% (194) Yes
11% (26) No

220 voters have answered this question.

I lied, this is the last question. If it was legal, and even if you wouldn't get your son "done", should boys commonly have their junk removed?

26% (56) Yes, maybe 1 out of 3 boys should.
60% (129) Yes, every 2 out of 3 boys should.
12% (27) No, it should be uncommon, but legal.

212 voters have answered this question.

This poll was created on 2016-09-30 14:36:38 by Xing40
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