Genital Nullification or Eunuch procedures involve the removal of testes or all external genitalia to create a smooth transition from the abdomen to the groin.
The removal of the penis is desired by some males. Occasionally ‘ Eunuchs’ desire penis removal later after having been so for several years. The removal of the penis involves and requires significantly greater skill than the removal of the testes.
Advanced techniques of nullification include severing the ‘suspensory ligaments’ to drop the penis before amputating it, to produce a urinary outlet lower down for convenience. A new urinary opening may be made between the root of the penis and the anus, but this involves advanced incision and suturing skills.
Such an opening reduces the need to remove more of the penis itself to lower the urinary opening for convenience. Where do you pee from? During the surgery a catheter is placed in the urethra, where it remains during post-op and healing for about five days. A tiny (or large, depending on the exact style of the operation) pee hole remains.