Sin problem with cages are that they aren't effective on everyone especially if the wearer's desperate. It's easier to secure the testicles than the offending meat stick above it.
I'm sure there's a better solution out there, heck I think there are anti-hormonal drugs you could employ.
I think a healthy community culture and upbringing environment is a sufficiently effective prevention method however, and if anything that is effective for some, religion as a tool can work. When that fails, you get problems like the outreached communities (yes, even in our state of WA) that are currently being subjected to rape and fratricide
audioguy58 Secondly, Implied Warranty of Merchantability would come into play, meaning that the belt maker could be sued and/or face possible enforcement action from the Federal Trade Commission and/or state attorneys general if any individual consumer wishes to argue that the seller’s product is ineffective at its ostensible purpose. If you sell something as a toaster, it has to be able to toast bread. If you sell something as a mousetrap, it has to be able to catch mice.
Considering how sketchy technology laws and things like warranty has gotten, I'm sure they'd be able to weave their way out of trouble with disclaimers somehow if a CB failed to prevent pregenancy for whatever reason (e.g. belt is only specified against seminal injection through rigid syringes greater than 2mm, and is ineffective if the belt was unlocked for whatever reason)
audioguy58 I would like to live in an “information perfect” world where every aspect of your life was represented by fields in control blocks (“documents”) residing in cloud storage.
so like china? If you provide the governement with too much control you'll end up with their 1984 situation again. Even Australia, a country that is/was ranked higher on the human rights spectrum than U.S. is undergoing similar issues currently with increased control over what the police can do as of late.
audioguy58 any piece of information about me that you are legally allowed to look up would be available online for free.
That's saying a lot, and even if you can't legally get some information yourself as it would be considered stalking or something along those lines, you could always pay a private investigator, which does have the legal rights beyond a regular civilian
audioguy58 Encrypted security certificates would be everywhere
If there's a will, there's a way. Hacker communities will always enjoy this privilege the most.
Raquel In my family one of them makes every modification and enhancement of our belts.
I may have missed it, but what's that modification/enhancement?
curious Made to measure medical braces etc can easily cost hundreds if not thousands of Euros.
aren't there some that literally cost as much as a moderately sized family car?
Angelina i just think i could accept it better if a judge says i need a belt than that my father simply decides so, as i said i am very divided on this.
Don't readily give up your basic human rights just because someone else said you don't deserve it. Giving up control leaves room for bad actors to exploit.