Well obv you're a troll, but interesting fact!
the baroque period had a period in which men could sing with their prepubescent voice as a career throughout their lives. If their father/teacher decided that the boy had a beautiful false setto, the father would force their son to be castrated (where they snip snip their balls) so their voice never deepened.
They were very successful and the good ones were regarded as masters. However, it was obviously a traumatic experience (no sedatives, i believe) and the view at the time was that you 'live on' through your heir, and if your castrated your infertile, so this posed a huge dilemma for the castrati in that they would not live on through their children.