Castration: An Abbreviated History of Western Manhood
Castration is a lively history of the meaning, function, and act of castration from its place in the early church to its secular reinvention in the Renaissance as a spiritualized form of masculinity in its 20th century position at the core of psychoanalysis.
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In ancient times, eunuchs were used as bedchamber attendants, as suggested by the Greek origin of the word (eunouchos, eun, "bed," + ouchos, a variant of chein, "to keep"). But throughout history in ... Read full review
An objective view cannot in essence be conveyed by a woman, only In sexually stimulated fantisy. All women joke and giggle at the subject of testicular mutilation.That is normal.The average woman talks and visualizes this on a fairly regular basis dealing with everyday life. Sigmond's penis envy theory. A woman doesn't go around inflicting pain to male genitalia. Any woman who was intent on male mutilation would be psycopathic.This subject usually starts and ends in the bedroom. I am glad we have come along way since Vlad the Impaler. also known as Vlad Dragula, play nice in the bedroom,screw each others brains out. Dr. Holt