Zhanna Nurzhanova, 36, was angry after hearing her lover had admitted his interest in another woman. Shocking new details have emerged how Zhanna Nurzhanova, 36, went about using a scalpel to sever the testicles of her lover named as R. Suleimanov because she alleged he had been eyeing other women. The Kazakh beautician was reportedly furious that he had confessed to his sister that he was attracted to a woman called Karina. However, one expert says the man will still be able to have sex in future despite the vicious attack. The court statement and a graphic picture makes clear that while his testicles were removed, his penis remains intact.
Jealous girlfriend tricked lover into 'sex game' then sliced off testicles with scalpel
Man castrated by pitbull 'in revenge for raping woman' | Metro News
He escaped back to the heart of a civil war, became a Communist official and then a target of radical leftists before being finally left in peace. He died in , in an old temple that had become his home, and his biography was finally published in English this year. It unveils formerly taboo subjects like the sex life of eunuchs and the emperor they served, the agonizing castrations often done at home and also often lethal, and the incontinence and shame that came with the promise of great power. They effectively swapped their reproductive organs for a hope of exclusive access to the emperor that made some into rich and influential politicians. His desperate father performed the castration on the bed of their mud-walled home, with no anesthetic and only oil-soaked paper as a bandage.
A furious gang caught a suspected rapist then tortured him by making a pit bull terrier eat his genitals. Horrific footage shows how he was stripped naked, handcuffed and pinned to the ground as five men surrounded him. One of the gang then covers his mouth with a rag to stifle his cries for help.
Surgical castration has a long and ugly history — from ancient Athenian man-slaves and 18 th -century Italian castrati to 19 th -century America, when a man named Dr. Harry Sharp castrated nearly inmates, aiming to reduce the likelihood that they would offend again. These days, the treatment is associated with sex offenders or people with troubling sexual fantasies they fear they will act on. The drug Lupron tricks the hormone in the brain that tells the pituitary gland to produce testosterone. Renee Sorrentino is one of a handful of psychiatrists offering Lupron to patients in Massachusetts.