:: snerk ::
Wait, what?! I think it speaks to a real, functional difference. I’m fairly certain castration has a much bigger effect on the patient’s sexual performance, etc., than ovariectomy has.
Plus, testicles are visible.
It seems to me that erectile problems are more akin to lubrication problems in women than to problems with orgasm. The female equivalent to Viagra is already available over the counter.
FYI, the procedure is called “oophorectomy” in the context of human medical procedures.
As long as there’s no fraud or coercion, I’m not sure what the problem is. What’s wrong with making orgasms easier to reach?