Canada halts penis-measuring lie detector program

You just can’t make stuff like this up.

Canada has decided that a program that used a penis-measuring lie detector might not be such a good idea.

Late last month, Youth Forensic Psychiatric Services in Burnaby, British Columbia was forced to shut down a decades-old program where troubled youths had a device placed on their penises while they were subjected to media depicting stuff like rape and child pornography. The final straw was when one of the test administrators was arrested for a sexual assault allegedly committed during leisure time.

For 25 years they’ve been using this thing on kids.

Still think more government is the solution?

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2 Responses to Canada halts penis-measuring lie detector program

  1. DirtCrashr says:

    GOOD LORD! WTF is wrong with these statists? They are mentally diminished.

  2. WilliamtheCoroner says:

    The plesythmograph is a way of measuring arousal in males–It typically is used on sex offenders, to see if they get turned on by images of torture. Or, to see if they get erect when shown photos of small children. Supposedly, after therapy, one’s dick doesn’t get hard when one sees a child, it’s a cure.

    The same technology has been used to “make” people straight, get a hard on when you see a naked man, get a shock, see a woman, don’t get a shock.

    As sexual orientation and interest are very resistant to change, I’m not sure how it works.

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