Although,there is a growing sense of frustration among us on our collective failure to protect our children from sexual abuse
I DO NOTsupport chemical castrations as a means of reducing this,simply bcz it’s not practically applicable&May not achieve the desired outcomes 👇
I believe it does need further debate
First Some facts
Chemical castration:a form of punishment that has been around for many years&been adopted in some developed countries including Russia,Poland&Germany
Reported studies have shown reduction through this programme from 40%to5%
How it’s done :
1: antidepressant that reduces obsessive compulsive disorders
2: anti androgens : that reduces testosterone levels in the blood to prepubertal levels.
Needs repeated doses and monitoring.
1:It Will require constant injectable that need to be given when convict is still Outside and if placed in jail how long he will stay in jail or be free outside
2: may needs constant monitoring
3: Added cost to already crumbling and overstretched law enforcement units.
4: Disturbing reality, mostly brushed under the carpet is that most child sexual abuse happens inside home “incest is the largest form of abuse” r we ready to casters family members ??? How chemical castration will address this complexity ?( cont)
I believe the magic bullet is PROSECUTION
As studies have shown that in most places for child abuse the conviction rate is only 1 %, with 4% acquittal and 95% unresolved .
PROSECUTION is the answer simply because
In Pak, There are not enough conviction , there is pendency of cases, and we have overburdened police force and judiciary.

Rather investing in chemical castration we should Invest in building basic infrastructure consisting of 👇
1; child friendly special and women protection courts in every district
3: Ensuring Trail decisions within 6-8mnths
4: Child awareness programme in school Teaching them What’s the difference between good touch& “bad touch , ensuring child feel safe about reporting such cases.
Please feel free to comment , as this issue doesn’t need a good debate from all the members of society.

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