As the Telegraph reports (here) ten teenage boys were castrated in the 1950s by the Dutch Roman Catholic Church as a “treatment” for homosexuality. Dutch journalist Joep Dohmen, uncovered ten cases of the castrations, one of which was suffered by Henk Heithuis, who was castrated as a minor for reporting to police sexual abuse by a priest that he endured while in the boarding home. Although the priests were convicted of the abuses, Heithuis was still transported to a Catholic hospital, and underwent a surgical castration as a treatment for homosexuality and, according to the report, a punishment for tattling on the clergy.
May I remind you that the Catholic church actively encouraged the castration of pre-pubescent boys, for musical training during the Baroque period. At the time every church choir used castrated boy sopranos (Castrati), as women were not allowed to participate in church services.