Korean eunuchs of the Joseon dynasty, most of whom either underwent castration voluntarily or lost their genitals to dogs, were found to have lived, on average, fourteen to nineteen years longer than their intact male counterparts. | Harper's Magazine

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Korean eunuchs of the Joseon dynasty, most of whom either underwent castration voluntarily or lost their genitals to dogs, were found to have lived, on average, fourteen to nineteen years longer than their intact male counterparts.

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Korean eunuchs of the Joseon dynasty, most of whom either underwent castration voluntarily or lost their genitals to dogs, were found to have lived, on average, fourteen to nineteen years longer than their intact male counterparts.

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