By Ms Chor Lor | Friday, July 31, 2009 | 5:21 pm | 640 views
Came across this question just now.
As you know, a female who become a male, after going through the necessary operations, will then be officially legally male.
So as a legal male, say one day, they really commit a serious crime that requires caning. We were wondering will they get cane?
Though legally male, somehow they could still be physically weaker than a genetic male. Can they really withstand the caning?
Logically, now that they are male, they should be going through the caning right?
We could not come to a conclusion because such a thing had never happen before and neither heard of.
What do you think? Should they be caned just like a genetic male as well?
For a male who became female, we are legally female liao, so won’t get caning. So do we say it is to be fair that a female who became male should deserve the same caning as all other genetic males as well?
This is indeed a very open hole question…………………….which I think only the government can answer……………..Random Posts