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castrated

(kăs′trāt-ĕd)
Rendered incapable of reproduction by removal of the testicles or ovaries.
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"That was a real startling finding," he says, noting that male animals whose sexual activity is triggered by high blood levels of testosterone lose interest when castrated.
They will feel even more appalled that he literally castrated young women in a state-funded hospital.
Weight gain following castration is common due to the decreased metabolic rate of a castrated dog.
The quick answer is to get him castrated. If you don't want the effect to be permanent, ask about the implant Superlorin, which reduces testosterone levels to let you see what the effects of castration would be.
He needs to be castrated." Newman was hired to kill Hayley's boyfriend in February 2015.
Following the by-election violence, Manasseh Azure, in his article, compared the weakness of the IGP to clamp down on perpetrators of these violent acts, to a castrated pig.
"Kamal Shakya has filed a complaint against two transgender - Neetu and Sikandar - stating that they first offered him a job at their house and then forcefully castrated him.
Males are less likely to exhibit that infuriating, instinctive aggression towards other male dogs if they are castrated, although neutering is not a replacement for good training.
The steer, or a male castrated animal, belonged to ranch owner Geoff Pearson of Lake Preston, Western Australia, reports ABC news.
THE doctor jailed for Michael Jackson's involuntary manslaughter claims the King of Pop was "chemically castrated" by his abusive father.
In the case of male bovines indicate that these non- castrated animals presents some advantages such as greater corporal development and meat production and better feed conversion.