Czech Republic under fire for ‘penis testing’ gay refugees
The European Union's top human rights agency is criticizing the Czech Republic for its practice of using a "sexual arousal" test to see if refugee claimants are telling the truth when they claim to be gay.
According to a report released last week by the EU's Fundamental Rights Agency, refugees claiming to be gay have been subjected to "phallometric testing," a process in which sensors are attached to the penis, and the subject is then shown straight porn.
"Those applicants who become aroused are denied asylum," reports the BBC. If the sensor picks up no movement, the Czech government considers the person to be gay and refugee status is granted.................