There was that Origen in the 2nd(?) century - to avoid the temptation of the flesh, he castrated himself. Maybe following his example ought to be made obligatory.
That might run up against the prohibition in Leviticus against marking the body.
The ironic thing about the Origen castration thing is that he interpreted a passage about castration in the Gospels literally while he was an early major supporter of non-literal Scriptural interpretation.
You're at it again.
I hope you aren't serious.
Origen --- who castrated himself --- is regarded by the Church as having committed a grave wrong. As Augustine (?) said, "It's not the corrupt body that leads the pure soul astray, it's the corrupt soul that leads the pure body astray."