In the New York Times
, Stephen Castle reports on a case in the Netherlands dating back to the 1950s: Roman Catholic Church officials are accused
of surgically castrating as many as ten young men. In at least one case, the act may have been punishment against a child who went to police to report that he had been sexually abused by priests. The castrations may have also been "treatment for homosexuality." The article contains descriptions that may be upsetting.
(via Mia Farrow)
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