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‘Teach boys and men’: Castration won’t assist in dealing with GBV – activist

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ANC social transformation committee chairperson Lindiwe Sisulu – who proposed that rapists be chemically castrated – seemingly agrees with experts on gender-based violence (GBV) that education, and not castration is the best way to change the attitude of men. However, Sisulu may have missed the mark yet again when she proposed introducing a “special school curriculum which would teach boys how to respect women”. Speaking at the sixth national policy conference in Nasrec, Sisulu said the ANC was concerned about GBV and proposed boys should be taught in school not to rape or sexually assault women. ALSO READ: No point…

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